Tuesday, July 03, 2007

A little peek at the Whiteout movie. 

Extra TV made a visit to the Whiteout set and shot this interview with Kate Beckinsale. Turn down the sound on your computer so you don't have to hear the creepy-ass voice-over guy. This was actually filmed one of the days I was there. And hey, as long as Warner Bros is showing a bit of the look of the film, I guess I might as well put up a few of my sketchbook doodles from the set:

Kate Beckinsale and Gabriel Macht, in character.

Executive Producer Don Carmody

A tech waitiing for instructions.

Director of Photography Chris Soos

Director Dominic Sena. When his focus got intense, he'd sort of "conduct" along with the action, moving his hands like there was an orchestra in front of him.

Our daily list of Jeff Parker raves: Scans Daily | Face rockery | London Loves Comics | Johanna Draper's Comics Worth Reading | Wednesday's Haul | Newsarama

Those Newsarama and Scans Daily links also have comics in them for you to read.

Here's a sharp review of a favorite webcomic of mine- Planet Saturday, by Pittsburgh-based illustrator Monty Kane.

Douglas Wolk writes us:

Hi, my dear Portland friends--

As most of you know, I've got a book that comes out this week:
"Reading Comics: How Graphic Novels Work and What They Mean." There's
going to be a release party for it, too: a First Thursday event this
Thursday evening, July 5, from 6 to 10 PM. It's at Floating World
Comics, an awesome little comics-and-art-book store at 20 NW Fifth
Ave. #101, between Burnside and Couch; their number is 503.241.0227.
The "Reading Comics" release party doubles as an art opening and book
release party for Jeremy Tinder's book "Black Ghost Apple Factory."
It should be a good time.

Jeremy also made a poster for the party, which you can see here.

Here's a sketch from Jonathan Case of a character from his GN in progress, Sea Freak.

-Steve Lieber, posting for Periscope.

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