My schedule is a mess this week. I’ve decided to lock the doors to my place until I’m caught up on all the projects I want to catch up on. Fuck the day star.
Anyway, I’m all moved into a new pad in Vannncouvver’s west end.
It’s a different scene than I’m used to but I like it. I told Marian I need to get a Hawaiian shirt, she does not approve.
Here’s a drawing I did of the outdoors near my place.
Mostly I’ve been hiding out working on Prophet and Warheads stuff and reading Murakami’s IQ84. I’m almost done with it so I’ve been trying to read it slowwww. Murakami stuff works on me like Moebius comics. It’s so inspiring in how good it is in a way that makes it seem easier to make my own work.
I drew some fan art:
The frog was just redrawn from a sign while I was waiting for a bus.
The Comic book legal defense fund shirt I drew off of part of a Neil Gaiman poem got announced at San Diego. (25% of the sales go to the CBLDF)
You can order it here: http://www.threadless.com/product/3899/The_Day_The_Saucers_Came_Issue_3_Vol_6
Also Prophet #27 comes out today. Comics alliance put up a preview:
Lin Visel did the back up this issue. Here’s some pages from it:
And a drawing of Prophet Lin did:
More of her stuff here: http://thechipperwhale.net/
Also this Prophet issue starts with a flashback showing the far future Diehard.
yeah, this guy:
Here’s an Image Giannis drew of Diehard for a Who’s who in the Prophet universe style bio sheet we’re running in #28.
And unrelated to actual Prophet stuff here’s a sketch I did of Liefeld’s Vogue.
I was thinking this is how I’d want to draw her as a fashionable killer like some extreme version of Dakota North.
Let your body move to the music, hey, hey, hey.
So We’ve got Badrock’s kid in #26, Die hard and Vogue. yup yup yup
Also Simon Roy showed up last week and drew the Prophet collection cover.
And here’s a drawing I did for one of the credits pages based off Giannis flashback scene:
And a couple more sketchbook pages:
I’ve been listening to this Brother Ali song a lot:
And I’ve been really impressed by everything on this french comics artist Boulet’s site: