Wednesday, February 23, 2005
In other news, Pete Woods was interviewed by Chris Arrant at Newsarama:
"With Robin the book has (or rather had) an optimistic and youthful lead character, so I worked in a very bouncy, cartoony style. With Detective Comics I moved on to a much more dark, shadowy, and realistic style more befitting the mood of Batman. Catwoman was more challenging to come up with a style."
Tuesday, February 22, 2005
It's a colorful, riotous place that seems a bit like a comic book universe itself, where shelves groan beneath art reference books and model cars and stuffed piranhas, the stereo blares "Eaten by the Monster of Love," and on a recent afternoon, one member was scanning photographs of his own face being ground into a carpet, so that he would have a photo reference for the latest fight scene he needed to draw."
Inara Verzemnieks, writing about us in a big article this week in The Oregonian
There were a bunch of great photos too, which aren't on line. I'll get them scanned in a bit.
Wednesday, February 02, 2005
And then, this weekend, just about the whole studio will be guests at The Emerald City Comicon in Seattle. This is a damn fine show, with a spectacular guest list. Follow the link and take a look.
Original art for Road to Perdition 2 by Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez
-and here are direct links to the previous auctions: