Thursday, February 14, 2008
Time to move on
We've finally put up a real Periscope Studio site with nifty galleries showing off our various specialties and the work of most of the individual members. And more importantly, we've integrated the blog into the site itself. Our old posts are up over there now, but this site will still stay up as an archive, (We learned what happens when you abandon a blogspot address.)
So head on over to http://periscopestudio.com
, browse around and put us in your rss feed!
Wednesday, February 13, 2008
Kieron's Old Spice storyboards, feat. Will Ferrell
Tuesday, February 12, 2008
Tuesday, February 05, 2008
The Stranger is making the following offer
Make him, her, or them blush with a FREE valentine in The Stranger! The first 2,000 mash notes we receive are guaranteed to appear in our special Valentine's Day issue on February 14th!
SUBMISSION DEADLINE for all valentines: 5 pm on Friday, February 8th.
to get your message printed with this design by Colleen Coover, or one of four other lovely designs by artists Kris Chau
, Rob Ullmann
, Aaron Edge, and Mark Kaufman
Labels: Colleen Coover, illustration, Seattle, Valentine
Wednesday, January 30, 2008
Jesse Hamm gets Boing Boing'd
Good As Lily is the latest book from Minx, who publish girl-positive comics aimed at young readers, and it may just be the best volume in the series so far. I've been a fan of the Minx comics imprint since I read the first volume, The Plain Janes. Good As Lily comes from Derek Kirk Kim (author of the multiple-award-winning Same Difference and Other Stories, and new illustrator Jesse Hamm.Cory Doctorow raves about Derek and Jesse's Good as Lily.
Labels: Good as Lily, Jesse Hamm
Tuesday, January 29, 2008
David here. My issue of Marvel Adventures Fantastic Four, #34 comes out next month. Written by the undeniable Paul Tobin (yes, you cannot deny him, EVER), this is our first project together. Here are some of the pages, pencilled by me, inked by Kris Justice, colored by Guillem Mari.
Aww, Sue Storm
Cripes! Someone just tossed The Thing through a wall!
Labels: David Hahn, Fantastic Four, flowers, Paul Tobin
Monday, January 28, 2008
Duin and Colleen
Colleen and her sister, Janine, grew up reading coverless comics that her grandmother salvaged from her job at the neighborhood Five & Dime. Archie Andrews and Richie Rich taught her to read, and Dan DeCarlo and Harvey Comics' artists like Warren Kremer, Ernie Colon and Sid Couchey introduced her to the wondrous effect of sharp, clean lines on the comic page.Steve Duin talks to Colleen Coover at the Oregon Live blog.
Labels: Colleen Coover, press, Steve Duin