A few pages from my sketchbook. I love exploring the qualities of graphite and ink together–a fine pair, don’t you think?
I’m deep in the drawing process for my look-n-find book and thought I’d mention that I’ve drawn over 1,000 monsters, goblins, snowmen and more for Rumpus on the Run: A Monster Look-N-Find Book–and I’m not even halfway through the drawing stage! Check out this section of the “Monster Art Show”:
HOORAY! We did it! Last weekend we gained over 100 backers and surpassed our funding goal. Thanks to you, the Monster Look-N-Find book is happening! STRETCH GOALS $3000 is the bare minimum needed to make the softcover book, but let’s make this thing in hardcover! Check out these bonus rewards for funding past our goal: $4000: … Read more
All markers on paper. Dang. Kijek/Adamski were also kind enough to post a video on their process. Very enlightening:
From Doodler’s Anonymous: Oh wow. It’s hard to believe it’s been over two years since we printed our first coloring book. I still remember the day we set the pages loose and the kids went wild coloring them in (view the colorific photos). The look on the kids’ faces were priceless, as they added so much … Read more
If you don’t like monsters and can’t stand coloring, then you’re not going to want the Monster Coloring Book. I mean, the thing is 32 pages, packed with spooks, ghouls, haunts and creatures, and is certainly not going to interest you in the least. If you would rather spend your Winter hours bored out of … Read more
Tom Gauld has been a favorite cartoonist and illustrator of mine for nearly a decade now. His small self-published books and comics in the early 2000s were a healthy part of my balanced visual arts diet and his drawings and storytelling have only improved over the years. You might recognize Tom’s simplistic, minimalistic drawing style … Read more