I bought some art supplies this week including new white acrylic ink for highlights. I also used up the last piece of art board on my pad, so I used the back. A felicitous convergence of two events on a week saturated with politics.
I’m getting closer to launching my Kickstarter campaign to fund the first print-run of my co-creator owned graphic novel, Vex. On Saturday my friend Jason came by the studio where he patiently filmed me stumbling through an hour or so of trying to speak for only two minutes worth of video. Note to self: Next
In that awkward land of misery known as the 8th grade, I remember a graphic artist coming to talk to us about his job. I suppose it was career day, though I can’t really remember. But, I’m pretty sure he didn’t just stumble in off the street, disheveled and desperately trying to caffeinate himself with coffee from
Comics Fact: You can depict Blob eating the intestines of a fallen Wasp. But you can’t draw Wolverine smoking a cigar.
I was listening to bluegrass this morning. That might have something to do with my warm-up sketch.
The police who patrol downtown near our studio have acquired a couple Segways in the last few years. I have yet to see them chase anyone down. So far they ride side by side, CHiPs style, stopping at red lights and meandering in circles waiting for the light to change. I don’t have a bucket
After yesterday’s warm up a friend of mine asked for a bearded man with chainsaw arms. You’re welcome, Trey.
Pitt Brush pen on Bristol. I love these pens when they come out of the package, but after about 2-3 hours of use the tip is pretty much useless.
The Virginia Comicon was great as usual. This was my warm up sketch from the show. Pitt brush pen on 9×12 Bristol board.