You’ll need the Emanata Comics app (free for iOS and Android) to read it, but I think this comic looks pretty slick on screen.
Each fall The Center for Cartoon Studies invites 20 of the world’s most promising aspiring cartoonists and graphic novelists to the ramshackle village of White River Junction, Vermont for a no-holds-barred education in comics. Those who complete the two-year program earn a Master of Fine Arts degree and are ready to face the uncertainty of … Continue reading
(click on picture to view full image) I recently had the opportunity to make this drawing for my new friend, Steve. Steve is an incredibly talented musician and his band’s sound is close to infectious — needless to say, I jumped at the chance to make a picture for his rehearsal / party room! He … Continue reading
“Frank Santoro is starting his own Correspondence Course, but it’s small: only ten students will be accepted. It is a one-on-one 8-week correspondence course over phone, e-mail and snail mail. He’s going to focus specifically on advancing your understanding of layouts, color, contour line drawing, and printmaking for producing comic books. Frank is an astonishingly accomplished artist, and … Continue reading
CLICK THE IMAGE TO SEE IT IN ACTION! I made this little animation to conjure an incredible weekend and I hope it works. See you all on the other side of tomorrow! (Here’s a teeny-tiny version)
The Provo Library has been a good friend of mine for a long, long time. I first discovered Stephen King’s writing at the Provo Library. Bill Peet and Roald Dahl were there, too—not to mention M.C. Escher’s work, and books of paintings from Pablo Picasso. Books on writing, drawing, epic fantasies that soared inside my … Continue reading
A. He tells all here. Dustin is the mushy brains behind Diary Comics and Memoir Comics and has been getting a lot of attention in the comics world over the last several months. His scratchy line drawings and funny stories and easy to get into, but hard to get out of. In an effort to … Continue reading