Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on September 14, 2010 - 15:19
I got a chance to do short interviews with Sara Turner and Jerzy Drowd at SPX this past weekend.
Sara was there to promote her new comic The Ghosts of Pineville. They also had a print collection of The Replacements, a webcomic that originally ran on GraphicSmash.com that Sara worked on with Jerzy. Jerzy and Sara put out a lot of their work under their Make Like A Tree banner where you can also find out more about what they're working on.
Jerzy was there to promote a new minicomic, Tiny Hamiltons, that he did with his wife Anne. He also let slip that he's already written another volume of his webcomic The Front although it sounds like it won't be until next year at the earliest that we'll see it on the web.
Submitted by bobweiner on September 16, 2009 - 08:00
Donâ€™t forget to surf by and read todayâ€™s UNcubed!
Submitted by bobweiner on September 2, 2009 - 05:17
A new UNcubed uploaded itself to the ether late last night. (Okay, I helped.)
Submitted by bobweiner on July 16, 2009 - 06:42
If so, you should definitely check out the following podcasts:
Art & Story, with Jerzy Drozd and Mark Rudolph. A & S is about to hit their 100th episode in the next several weeks. What is Art & Story, you ask? In essence: Two comic creators discuss the craft of making comics and try to wrap their brains around the larger ideas of their chosen artform.
Submitted by Delos on June 10, 2009 - 10:00
What Did I Learnâ€
weekly webcomic reviews by Delos
(this is a repost)
Submitted by bobweiner on May 27, 2009 - 21:11
What is the Big Illustration Party Time podcast you ask? To borrow their byline - it’s “a podcast about the ins and outs of freelance illustration and cartooning”. It’s a GREAT show for artists and illustrators with lots of valuable content. The production quality of their episodes has been top-notch.
Recently, however, their recording equipment died, and to add to the woes, they don’t have the financial means to get new equipment.
Not wanting to sit around, myself, Jerzy Drozd, and Mark Rudolph (of the excellent Art & Story podcast), decided to help save the day by creating some pieces of art that Kevin and Josh can auction off to raise money to purchase new recording gear. All proceeds raised will go directly towards getting replacement recording gear.
Below are two pieces that will be available for auction:
Submitted by bobweiner on January 16, 2009 - 21:33
Catching up on my blog posts, here are a few notable items I wanted to share with ya:
Submitted by bobweiner on January 12, 2009 - 21:48
As usual, Iâ€™m a little late in posting the show notes up for last Saturdayâ€™s Sequential Artistsâ€™ Pub podcast. Once again we had an excellent
turn-out - the topic of discussion was using color effectively - both in branding your website, as well as your webcomic. The following links were mentioned:
Submitted by bobweiner on January 4, 2009 - 22:00
In the better-late-than-never department, itâ€™s time for me to reflect on what 2008 was like, in an effort to assess what I was able to accomplish (and what I have yet to) in an effort to push further ahead in 2009.
So, without further ado:
Submitted by bobweiner on December 7, 2008 - 14:24
Tonight on the Javiland podcast at 6PM PST (9PM EST), show host Javier Hernandez will be talking with Jerzy Drozd, Mark Rudolph (ART & STORY podcast) Kevin Cross (MINI-COMICS DUMP TRUCK) and myself (SEQUENTIAL ARTISTS PUB) to discuss the topic of podcasts on the craft of sequential arts.
It should be a really good [...]