I've been storyboarding. I've gotten so used to working in design, particularly on Genndy Tartakovsky's SYM-BIONIC TITAN (--yes, let's hear a round of applause for that phenomenal show), that it was a joy to be storyboarding again.
And it's kind of funny that I've gotten so much board work recently, as I'm about to teach a storyboarding for animation class at MoCCA! It's an honor, and a hell of a thrill, and I hope some of ya'll reading this will show up for my class. Here's the link to MoCCA's education program...check it out, yeah? They're offering some pretty interesting classes!
Monday, November 15, 2010
Tuesday, November 02, 2010
LUCKY IN LOVE, the graphic novel with a narrative by George Chieffet and pictures by me, has gotten some high praise. And if you can read Swedish, some moderate praise (but a large part of that is grumbling about the three year wait for Volume Two to be released---hey, I'm drawing as fast as I can, I swear!) Personally, I've been floored by the response of some of my friends and fellow artists. Folks like Bob Fingerman, Jackson Publick, Bill Wray, Shaun McLaughlin, Kevin Langley, Mark Zingerelli, Mark Newgarden and Kim Deitch (KIM DEITCH!) have been generous in their praise and support. Old chum Jamie Rich has been especially vocal about it, and you can read his review amongst the links I'll patch in below. My thanks to Jamie, and to all of the critics for their thoughtful reviews. Take a look, won't you? And if you've read the book, I'd love to hear your thoughts about it. And if you haven't read the book, read what these folks have to say, and think about picking it up. Okay?