This Book looks AMAZING! so looking forward to seeing more of it.
New preview (1st pages) from “Le Monde de Milo” comic-book.
Drawn by french artist Christophe Ferreira, who work in Japan since many years as animator (Mine Fujiko to Iu Onna and Lupin III tv specials, Genius Party, Uchuu Kyoudai, Magic Tree House, Bleach, Wakfu’s Nox and Ogrest tv specials …).
It will be released on March 22th by Dargaud publisher.
Ladies and Gentlemen. The main reason I love Miyazaki and his work with all that my heart offers, made into a brilliant 5 pager.
Sensei, one day i want to shake your hand.
What a brilliant man.
Pixar story artist Emma Coats has tweeted a series of “story basics” over the past month and a half — guidelines that she learned from her more senior colleagues on how to create appealing stories:
#1: You admire a character for trying more than for their successes.
#2: You gotta keep in…
Ted Mathot is a multi-talented artist whose credits include being a story supervisor for Pixar and a writer, artist and self-publisher of graphic novels and comics. Here is a small sample of production work for his books Rose and Isabel and Cora. His storytelling and use of color theory to affect mood and character are just amazing. A must read!
For more of his work check out!
Here are some assorted watercolors by the very talented Italian comic book creator Hugo Pratt. His line work, colors, and attention to historical accuracy have always been a huge attraction for me.
Here’s another Great Book!… Élinor & Jack, this one is also drawn by Raul Arnaiz and Written by the equally talented Maripaz Villar.
Just came across this amazingly drawn book Légendes de ParvaTerra by the very talented Raúl Arnáiz. Do, Check it out!
Peter Laird is the co-creator of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. A self-published black & white comic, first released in 1984 with creative partner Kevin Eastman. Having been a “Turtle Fan” since childhood I wanted to post some of Laird’s awesome pencil work. Most of these images eventually became issue covers but a few are just really cool stand alone illustrations.
To check out much more of his work visit these blogs…
The Dragon in His Dreams
I was first introduced to James Rolfe a few years back after watching some hilarious video game reviews by a guy calling himself the Angry Video Game Nerd…
I soon came to learn that he was only a character, and a small part that made up a much more talented artist and filmmaker. Although I have not had the pleasure of meeting him in person, James is someone who I have been able to relate closely to as an artist.
The video posted here is a very special film he made a while back. It truly touched my heart, so much that I wanted to share it here, for anyone who may ever wonder, why they are who they are?… this film is the most touching and personal film I have seen from him, so please if you are interested take a watch, it may just speak to you.
Visit Cinemassacre for more great works by James.
He’s creepy and He’s kooky, His Art’s a little spooky…
I have always been a big fan of Charles Addams’ “Addams Family.” Here is an assortment of the single panel cartoons that inspired the television series, animated cartoon, movies and musical. I love his use of ink and shading in these, not to mention they always make me laugh.