Yes, it’s becoming an usual thing … batches of five new pages at a time with the Venice Chronicles. Am I spoiling you? Well perhaps, either way you can read them from here now. Chapter 3.
Archive for March, 2007
I just made a “Sponsor form” for World Wide SketchCrawl 14 (May19th), you can download the PDF here. The form is meant to help each one of us to find and keep track of a few sponsors. Ask your relatives and friends if they are willing to support your drawing marathon. The idea is for [...]
Have you seen this latest trailer? Fresh out of the oven … pretty darn sweet. Update- now high def! thanks Pascal.
… to read the Venice Chronicles online, how can I do that? Been thinking for a while at how poorly I present my comicbook pages on this blog. They are just not very easy to read with the vertical scrolling and the annoying white background of the blog. So, thanks to a good friend pointing [...]
You must’ve heard about the Ancient Book of Myth and War by now right? Well, if you haven’t, here’s the skinny. Awesome book and artshow (at gallery Nucleus this saturday) featuring work by ridiculously talented friends and co-workers: Don Shank, Scott Morse, Lou Romano and Nate Wragg. Not to be missed.
You can see the Japanese Trailer for Ratatouille here. The title over there is “Remi’s delicious Restaurant” (Remi no oishii resutoran).
Five, yes, five brand new pages of unabashed comics. The Venice Chronicles … at the bottom here.
Do you have your favorite sketchbook ready? Tomorrow it’s not only a day to have a nice pint of Guinness but also to draw away for the 13th World Wide SketchCrawl. In the bay area artist are meeting in Berkeley but be sure to check the SketchCrawl forums for groups gathering all over the world! [...]
This trailer for the sequel to Andalusia no Natsu looks like a lot of fun. That puddle shot is pretty sweet. More details on the movie here on GhibliWorld.com.
A nice little article about sketchcrawling on MindsIsland.com. Read it here. Update- And more press for SketchCrawl at the Star Bulletin in Hawaii.