Our friends at BDGest have done an extraordinary job on a Virtual Exhibit about a behind the scenes view of the creation of La Bombe.
Here’s the process for drawing comics. Here’s it’s from the upcoming graphic novel, La Bombe.
Some of you may already have noticed, but I started publishing my videos on my own YouTube channel.
Here we are, in the thick of it, at a time where before bulletproof glass didn’t exist.
For those who have been waiting for a new Maelstrom page, you probably have noticed there was some delay. Don’t you worry, there’s a new one slated to be published in the next few days. In the meantime, here’s (another) reason why the rhythm has slowed downed a bit.
Huzzah! Croquis, my sketchbook going to press as I type this! After all this time and all this work, I must say that I’m real proud of the result.
Another one that’s been reworked to accommodate the modifications in the scenario. Rarely in comic books, do we leave so much on the “cutting room floor“. Especially when working as a writer / artist team, once the scene is written and put down to paper by the artist, there’s not much we can afford to change. Since I do it…
Knee deep in snow. Feels like home. While waiting for spring to wake us up from hibernation, the action here is on hyperdrive. The design of the page needs to give a sense of urgency. Smaller, vertical panels will help us get that feeling across.
Two videos for this post. Again, this page was a tough one. Not because it is a fight scene per se, but because I wanted to show a fight scene in a different way. This is more about the confusion that reigns in such a situation. Different ideas I tried…
Big post! This time, the videos are for the whole thing, sketching, penciling and inking. But first, the thumbnail sketches. This was not an easy scene to direct. Many sketches were needed.