moretofollow:

"Will you tell me her story, Bunny?"
"From the beginning?"
"No. No, skip to–"


Tried reading it in digital, and it didn’t work for me somehow. I think Emma Rio’s art is too beautiful and intense to fit within the iPad screen. So, I’m just going to wait for the trade, but the bummer is that I have to wait till June for it to be out. Not fair.

moretofollow:

"Will you tell me her story, Bunny?"

"From the beginning?"

"No. No, skip to–"

Tried reading it in digital, and it didn’t work for me somehow. I think Emma Rio’s art is too beautiful and intense to fit within the iPad screen. So, I’m just going to wait for the trade, but the bummer is that I have to wait till June for it to be out. Not fair.

matttaylordraws:

In two days, my first ever piece of sequential storytelling will be on the shelves in the form of issue seven of Zero from Image comics by the wildly talented and awesome Ales Kot.

A proper blog post about that on wednesday, including why and how it happened, with some of the colored and lettered pages (by Jordie Bellaire and Clayton Cowles respectively).

For now, here is a teaser of some uncolored and unlettered out of context panels. What do they mean? What is happening? Two days and you’ll know.

More reasons to love ZERO.

rferrier:

iasketchblog:

Blacksad by Brian Level
Web: BrianLevelArt.wordpress.com
Twitter: @brian_level

One of my favorite artists doing one of my favorite characters.

rferrier:

iasketchblog:

Blacksad by Brian Level

Web: BrianLevelArt.wordpress.com

Twitter: @brian_level

One of my favorite artists doing one of my favorite characters.

Try not to compromise. So many people don’t do what they really want in their hearts because they feel like they’re not good enough, or they’re not smart enough, or they’re not talented enough… anything. And that doesn’t matter. In order for you to live a remarkable life — in order for you to live a life that is fulfilling — you need to be able to go after what you want. And if you don’t, you’re not going to achieve it — ever.
On Humble Pied, Debbie Millman shares three pieces of wisdom to guide the way to a remarkable life. Dive deeper with her timelessly wonderful illustrated-essay-turned-commencement-address on courage and the creative life. (via explore-blog)
rotaetxe:

My Hellboy day drawing. Cheers to master Mignola.

That’s a HELLBOY I haven’t seen till now.

rotaetxe:

My Hellboy day drawing. Cheers to master Mignola.

That’s a HELLBOY I haven’t seen till now.

aleskot:



Zero #10 is sort of like Samuel Beckett meets Roy Andersson. It occurs to me that I am doing things in comics no-one else is doing. Not in terms of quality — there are some very, very good writers and creators out there, and I have no desire to judge myself like that — but in a sense that what I create is, at the end of the day, springing out of me, out of my experiences, and that it is entirely true to myself. I feel content.

The cover above is for Zero #7, out on Wednesday.

aleskot:

Zero #10 is sort of like Samuel Beckett meets Roy Andersson. It occurs to me that I am doing things in comics no-one else is doing. Not in terms of quality — there are some very, very good writers and creators out there, and I have no desire to judge myself like that — but in a sense that what I create is, at the end of the day, springing out of me, out of my experiences, and that it is entirely true to myself. I feel content.

The cover above is for Zero #7, out on Wednesday.

wildlingprince:

When characters are talking to Starling, they often talk direct to camera, when she is talking to them, she is always looking slightly off-camera. Director Jonathan Demme explained that this was done so as the audience would directly experience her POV, but not theirs, hence encouraged the audience to more readily identify with her.