Hm, not sure what needs to go in that last panel… Also! Friendly reminder that you can get some comics with *deep discounts* if you order before the end of the month.
Here, in chronological order, are the comics I have published in 2013. I don’t think I forgot anything. Maybe you would enjoy reading some of these over the approaching holiday. Online Comics Workbook One Page Comics (I drew about 170 this year!) Travel (from We Will Remain) Ghosts, or About the Author Pawn Murder She Wrote (written by Sean […]
1) Frank Santoro’s Correspondence Course is currently open for applications. If you’ve followed my work for a while, you may know that I took the course in 2012. Here is the comic I made with Frank’s help, and here is something I wrote about the course shortly after completing it. I recommend that you take […]
Um, off the top of my head…I like how people have been talking about criticism lately. That’s interesting, except when it’s boring and frustrating. I like micropublishers a lot. I like pamphlet comics and serialization. I dislike Kickstarters that don’t provide line item descriptions of how the money will be spent, though I guess I […]
I mean, not that time has elapsed between now and when I was starting out. This probably sounds like a typical cartoonist humblebrag, but I’m young! I feel like I’m still starting out! Anyways, to my memory I focused on straightforward things like drawing well and figuring out the basic mechanics of comics like panel-to-panel […]
At the moment I draw straight to ink with Pentel brush pens dipped into this ink or Microns. Tracing paper and some lightboxing instead of penciling on bristol. Though I do a tiny bit of underdrawing in red mechanical pencil when necessary (trying to shed that), and I still use bristol when I’m doing inkwashes or something and […]
I’ve started answering this question in a half dozen different ways. How about this, which I think is sort of true: I want to tell stories in service of abstract/experimental sequences and use abstraction and formal experimentation in service of stories.
I have lots of thoughts about why comics is really great and interesting as a medium, but it’s not like I ever sat down and made a pro/con list of comics versus art/writing/whatever else I might have decided to pursue creatively. I think, more than anything else, it is just that making comics seemed more […]