...if you can. I'm finally getting used to the sound of my own voice (sort of) so I'll probably listen and cross my fingers that I don't embarrass myself. It was conducted by a couple of nice guys over at the Savannah College of Art and Design.
Just go to: http://seqalab.com/ and take a listen and then take a listen to some of the other podcasts there. (I also understand you can get these via iTunes as well)
This is how they describe what they're doing:
The SEQALAB podcast is a production of the students, faculty, and alumni of the sequential art department at the Savannah College of Art and Design. This twice-weekly podcast is for comics enthusiasts and hopeful creators who want to learn about comics and their production, gain industry insights, and celebrate the significance of the medium. Through education, practice, and expert instruction it is the goal of SEQALAB to aid listeners in becoming successful self-publishers or industry freelancers
Sounds pretty good to me and I'm flattered they consider me worth talking to.
And as a special bonus (special?) I came across some old art that I drew when I was just an innocent 15 year old Burroughs fan. Should be good for a few laughs, eh? AND to prove we all have to start somewhere.
Monday, May 04, 2009
I know it's been awhile, but I've been working on a series of short term projects that all had tight deadlines. Including a series of posters for Nickelodeon, starting a new children's book for HarperCollins, several character designs for some new projects, attitudes and expressions as well as putting together a couple of feature pitches.
And I'm still crossing my fingers that the secret project I've mentioned before manages to get all it's funding in place.
As if that's not enough I'm also toying with an idea for a new sketchbook. This time it won't be art from other projects I've worked on or even commissions. I don't want to give too much away, but it should prove to be pretty interesting if i can ever get the free time together necessary to work on it.
So, because you come here to see art and not listen to me whine about how little free time I have I thought I'd post some stuff that you've probably never seen before. These are in no particular order. Some are pretty old and some are really unfinished (especially the two Mars piecees) and some are for projects that never got too far or that I got hired for. I'll try to do this again before too long.