Wednesday, December 15, 2004

Lots of local links 

"(Parker) vividly contrasts the desolate and bleak facility with the spirited yet clearly frustrated scientists within."
Comic Book Galaxy reviews FALLOUT published by G.T. Labs

"There's no longer an infrastructure to support more than a tiny number of up-and-coming cartoonists, which is unfortunate, because the talent base out there is enormous."
The Washington Post talks to Portland's Barry "Ampersand" Deutsch. (registration required) And here, at Barry's blog is the complete text of the interview. Via Kip

"I did some Olympic stuff for Nike (her stuff: the 2000 Australian Olympic team), and athletes are almost superheroes. Some of the athletes, their bodies are so crazily shaped, especially when you get into the weightlifters or the cyclists; you have to custom-fit and custom-design their stuff because they might have really gigantic thighs and then these teeny-tiny upper bodies."The Oregonian talks to local fashion experts about The Incredibles' Edna Mode.

Also of local interest, I illustrated the cover story for this week's Willamette Week.

One of my favorite genres is back! Ron Randall is working on a online comic for an romance publisher. Here's a sneak peek.

Finally, David Hahn has an Escapist story coming up in issue number five. It's written by his Bite Club collaborator, Howard Chaykin, and David's taking care of all the visuals: pencils, inks letters and colors.
Here's a before and after showing one of David's pencil layouts and the completed art:

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