There is a biopic about Edmond Baudoin! That's fantastic, he is one if the great living masters of comics. However, there's one paragraph of the press release that I can relate to and recognise (below is Domingos Isabelinho's translation from French): To justify his refusal to give him a prestigious award a publisher admitted one…
It must be that time of year again; I'm preparing another book. WIP grids and process pictures!
I just preordered this on first glance, because when Austin English has an almost 200pg book out, that’s what you do. Check out the interior art from 2dcloud’s product page:
The urge to break the rules is completely irresistible
– English quoted in The Ultimate Graphic Novel For Artists, Weirdos And Renegades on HuffPost
My former student and current good friend Rakel Stammer has published this comic to her blog, describing the systematic ill treatment of Roma migrants by the Swedish police and municipalities. It falls perfectly in line with my winter/spring comics class in which the students have just received their final project, to make a political comic…
These days du9's Brèves blog is my main channel for finding new interesting artists. Most recentlyI've gotten acquainted with the work of Mark Ehling (above) and Roberto Masso (below). Really nice, progressive comics to be found on either gentleman's Tumblr page!
I may have stopped tweeting, but my ears still turn red when I’m mentioned: Peter Wilkins of Douglas College, Vancouver, announced today that he will be giving a talk on comics as a technology on next Friday—
Topic will be 6 panel grid as generative technology and heuristic for writing. Will feature discussion of @haverholmand @SimonGrennan_
If the talk is broadcast or recorded in any way I’ll have a link up here as soon as I can!