||[Nov. 3rd, 2010|07:34 pm]
LOTS MORE UNDER THE C-C-C-
bigger version of my cover HERE
spider-man one, can't remember if i put this up or not, but this one was on COVERED
^^^ Birthday card for my grandpa :)
Now here is some stuff from university project i did on patterns in nature:
And this one has nothing to do with anything really
this was just an experiment, was thinking of making it a really long comic, but I basically just came up with the panel layout then made up what was going on in each panel as i went along and then lost interest so you'll never find out what the cat has spotted :-| oh and the title is jibberish too. Look forward to me drawing comix with worthwhile content at somepoint in the future
aaaaaaamazing, like always!
Ahhh these are amazing! Those moths are beautiful! And that tiny Spiderman killlss me *3*
Listen man, you've got the "it" factor right now. I really think you've got what it takes to do a super special comic that will be legendary. Take this general advice: Write something you really care about. I really want to read that.
SECONDED. Also, Kiel, I keep forgetting to post more stuff on Stylus...THIS WILL BE REMEDIED.
It's okay if you don't. You just make me look bad :)
Kidding. Post. We love you.
I wanna know more about your process. Do you do a lot of stuff straight to the computer, like on a tablet? Or do you scan your work in and then mess with it? You may have posted this before but I AM NEW.
i sketch onto bristol board with a mechanical pencil then ink it with a hunt 102 nib and india ink, then i let that dry, rub out the pencil lines, scan it, then colour it in photoshop BAM
There's too much good in this post. The expressions on all the cats' faces in the plane picture, the spiderman cover, everything else.
Some of your illustrations are like warped Richard Scarry cartoons - I mean that in the best possible way! It'd be hilarious to have a book of yours that taught kids words like "gunner" and "Hawkman" instead of "post office" and "banana".
I cannot tell you how excited I get when I see you've posted new stuff, man.
As always, you're a constant inspiration to work harder and try new things in my comics.
And I second what Kiel said!!
I assume you have heard the Richard Scarry reference before.
Anyway...very inspired work...
I can't help but hear Richard Attenburough narrate about the savage majesty of the ordeal of the Laser Mouth Owl.