Talk about drawing under pressure. Hat tip to Mike Lynch and Mark Anderson
Stephen Silver is releasing a video series entitled “The Master’s Series” this month which features Stephen visiting the homes and studios of famous cartoonists to talk about their careers, film their techniques as they draw, ink and color. The series is sold through Schoolism.com for $39. Have you ever wanted to sit in the studio [...]
Tom Gammill puts out another “Learning to Draw” video with another guest appearance with Mel Lazarus.
From the press release: The Chuck Jones Center for Creativity, the non-profit organization founded by Chuck Jones before his death in 2002, announced today the upcoming release of Chuck Jonesâ€”Master Series, Part I the first of two DVDs culled from several hours of interviews conducted in 1990 by Emmy-nominated animation director Jeff DeGrandis. In these [...]
Collections » Slam Bang #4 vol 3 is now available. The anthology includes the artwork of Adam Wilson, Luisa Russo, Dan Burke, Matjaz Bertoncelj, Allen Freeman, Anton Bogaty, Brian Hagen, Rob Schamberger, Charlene Chua,Clint Basinger, David Branstetter, C. William Cooke, Gerorge Hartman, Jason Nocera, Dan Taylor, Jim Pack, James Stanton, Agata Laguniak, Kirt Dinse, Larry [...]
Nancy cartoonist Guy Gilchirst has produced his first music video of his relaunched music career in Nashville. The song is entitled “Jim Beam me up, Scotty” and the video was produced with his artwork and the animation talent of Mike Cope. Guy tells me in an email: Then I started drawing. A few hundred pieces [...]
The National Film Board of Canada (NFB) is featuring a series of short “Making of” documentaries and teasers online for Cordell Barker’s all new animated short, Runaway. Cordell Barker, who directed The Cat Came Back and Strange Invaders, is once again at his best with Runaway. Set to the music of Ben Charest (composer of [...]
» Via Journalista! is news that the New York Times edited political cartoon by Michel Kichna showing Hugo Chavez flipping the bird. Mike Lynch has larger, detailed images. » Phil Hands is featured in a video produced by Wisconsin State Journal. » MariNaomi, author and illustrator of Estrus Comics and Jimmy Gownley, creator of Amelia [...]
» Check out Sally Forth writer Francesco Marciuliano’s video that he has written and produced under his Medium Large feature. And don’t forget to check out some of his comics over at medium-large.com » Dan Piraro is doing another stand up comedy show in Santa Cruz. » Mike Rhode has a photo of a statue [...]
Daryl Cagle has posted a short interview with Etta Hulme, the most widely syndicated female editorial cartoonist. Says Cagle: Etta is a charming, talented, grandmotherly character and her cartoons are just as warm and charming – in sharp contrast to the harsh, younger cartoonists. Indeed. I enjoyed the video clip and hope the larger documentary [...]
I wrote back in October that Brevity co-creators Rodd Perry and Guy Endore-Kaiser were going to be at a book signing at Borders. As part of a promotion of their upcoming calendar release, Border’s has posted a video of them walking through their creative process. It’s a funny video – lots of self-deprecating humor.
Mark Anderson has posted his first pod/video cast.
From the For Better or For Worse web site comes two links to videos with Lynn Johnston produced by the Canadian Broadcast Corporation. The first is a 17 minute video profiling Lynn at work and home. And then they have another feature called “Life in a Comic Strip” that runs 13 minutes and covers his [...]
From most reports Mike Peters had the most entertaining presentation of the OSU Festival of Cartoon Art last weekend. Thanks to Mark Anderson, we have video of the last 7 minutes of Mike’s presentation.