Some delightfully weird picture I found a few months ago.
Greetings from the dark! Otherwise known as my apartment, where the overhead lights have burnt out, and I’m waiting for Amazon to deliver the shiny-new LED ones. So, for now I’m working by candlelight (and two small desk lamps).
Today is October 1, celebrated day of 24 Hour Comics and the first day of Inktober. Where I no longer have the stamina to stay up 24 hours, I’ve decided to part take in Inktober, a month-long challenge to draw an ink picture every day.
I’ll be posting these to my Instagram, and if I can figure it out, here as well. It will likely comprise of silly fan art, some work on original characters, and maybe even a sneak preview of my upcoming web comic with the ever-talented Annie Rutherford.
Let’s get this Inktober started!
Molly Mahan is one of the best editors I have ever worked with, editing my Red Sonja run at Dynamite. I asked her what she looks for in an artist’s portfolio, what are the warning signs that the person isn’t ready. Good tips here!
MOLLY (EDITOR, VAMPIRELLA, RED SONJA) MAHAN
Two things that…
I’m not the greatest at drawing hands and feet, guess I know what I’ll be working on in the coming days/weeks.
MOLLY MAHAN ON WHAT EDITORS LOOK FOR IN ART PORTFOLIOS
Ironically, I just posted an entry on writer’s block. Never thought I’d get blogger’s block so quickly afterwards.
So what am I doing? Looking for info on the Highlander remake penned by the Iron Man writers. Not coming up with anything new. Also reading bad fan fiction. Maybe I’ll go and write bad fan fiction.
On a happier note, I found my copy of How to Draw Comics the Marvel Way. I forgot how much I loved that book. Now I’m drawing random characters who may or may not make an appearance in Nerds Have More Fun. Which I drew the first story of today. So sometime next week it will be posted (no scanner).
I forgot how out of practice I am with drawing action poses.