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Late night, as in Charles Knight, the late great scientific illustrator whose paintings will always be “the way dinosaurs look” to the the children of the 50s, 60s and 70s. I looked at a lot of modern illustrations that are … Continue reading
These have actually been done for a while; I was just waiting to be home and at my desk at the same time the internet was working. Go back to the script and see how I have added a tiny … Continue reading
When biking, Mr. Spit (the junior hero of the neighborhood and general purpose bad boy with a heart of gold) rocks a vintage Schwinn Stingray from tbe late 60s or early 70s. This is an established canon fact, and I’m … Continue reading
The end! Of the scribbles, anyway. This is the back cover, which I have decided to make into a sort of mini poster, with a psuedo scientific “illustration” of a brontosaurus, and the story of the comic in old fashioned … Continue reading
Here are the scribbles for the rest of the Cliffside scene. I didn’t realize until I made these scribbles that maybe Josef jumps over the cliff after the apple that Mr. Spit tosses to the dinosaurs. I suppose that’s as … Continue reading
Yesterdays (poor, lonely, single) scribble of page 9 posed an awkward question regarding exactly how much or how little Josef (the model of both the mysterious animal and the horrible creature) and Anpu (retired god) resemble each other. I decided … Continue reading
Scribbles are almost done, and I am posting when I can: stay tuned. This is page 9 of our more or less “live” minicomic, “Day of the Brontosaurus”.And if you think its odd how much Anpu and Josef look alike … Continue reading
Here’s the sketch of the final version of the sign for the Cliffside Motor Inn. There was never any reason for the Cliffside to be where it is–surrounded by farms, far off the main road and not near any tourist … Continue reading
The scribble for page 8 of “Day of the Brontosaurus” went through two drafts. This is sort of unusual– while I often have to try two or more basic layouts before I “finish” one, I very seldom make two versions … Continue reading
And one more set of scribbles, this one long delayed … but it’s a big one: a two page spread with a complex (for me) semi symmetrical composition and lots of weird notes and personal comments and whining. How exactly … Continue reading