A perfectly scientifically accurate portrayal of a prehistoric scene. I liked those movies.
Archive for October, 2015
Feeling a little daring here, but this is a digital portrait of my comics pal Jesse Bochner, at one of my favourite hangouts, Monastiraki on Saint Laurence Blvd. in Mile End, Montreal.
Some new sketches. I’m always drawing, but not been putting everything up, even though I used to do that.
Drawn while talking on the phone. I can do this because another part of the brain is being used. If I were reading or writing something, I totally wouldn’t be able to hear the conversation. But drawing, that’s different.
Feeling much more confident about my digital painting skills. As always, this is an ongoing journey. Not perfect. Below is the reference photo. I actually feel happier just making things up, but the snap does give you a better idea of the colours. I’m not really a fan of the “super-realistic” look. Would rather have […]
On the little computer.
Gene Luen Yang Finally getting around to this. The Blue Metropolis Book Fest is Montreal’s premiere English language lit bash, taking place in April. This year I attended a couple of events, mainly centred around graphic novels and their creators. It was great seeing Gene Luen Yang, who gave a workshop on graphic storytelling, and […]