From the flat files: pencils from a comic for Intel.
from The Exquisite Book (Chronicle)
Artists Authors Thinkers Directors
by Paul Hornschemeier
112-page full-color 6” x 6.5” hardcover • $19.99
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One hundred influences — one hundred portraits from The New York Times best selling author of Life with Mr. Dangerous and Mother, Come Home.
Culled from cartoonist Paul Hornschemeier’s drawing blog, The Daily Forlorn (one of Tumblr’s featured illustration blogs), Artists Authors Thinkers Directors is as stylistically varied as the subjects it explores. A scrawled, single line drawing of Lenny Bruce, a triangular Heisenberg… A stippled Stanley Kubrick, a bubbly Billy Wilder… Each turn of the page offers a new take on a familiar face.
In the afterword, Hornschemeier includes brief notes on each portrait and that creator’s particular work or insight that spoke specifically to him. And in that specificity, much of what is universally affecting in each creator shines through.
My recreation of one of the greatest comics ever made. The original can be seen here.
Background studies for an animation project.
From the flat files: Cover for Project Superior (Adhouse Books)
Further noodling in Manga Studio…
Messing around in Manga Studio…
This was announced last week, but to reiterate: I’ll be contributing comics to the newly announced magazine The Pitchfork Review. Here’s the title panel… (It’s a comic about my decade+ in bands, and all the feelings that ran through those times.)
You can read more about Pitchfork’s new print publication in The New York Times article.
From the flat files: A page from “Of This Much We Are Certain” (Autobiographix, Dark Horse)
Testing a new Pilot multi-pen, coloring in Photoshop
I’m re-blogging this because I was re-watching North by Northwest tonight and when Ned Glass popped up as the ticket seller, I realized I’d been missing him. This was the second drawing ever posted on this blog, over two years ago.
I mention the inimitable Mr. Glass in the introduction of Artists Authors Thinkers Directors because, hey, Ned Glass.