In just 3 short weeks, Special Edition New York Comicon 2015 will hit on June 6-7, 2015 at Pier 94, and I’m very excited. Last year was the inaugural “Special Edition New York Comicon”, also known as #SENYC or SE:NYC), and I attended both days (thanks to CAG’s very own Chris Buckner and Alex Rivera … [Read more…]
Carmine Street Comics (CSC) always appealed to me as a comics shop because of their Storefront Artists Program. As described by CSC: “At CSC, you become a part of the process by interacting with comics-creators (writers AND illustrators) one-on-one as soon as you walk in the door.” It’s a simple idea that I’ve never seen … [Read more…]
I’ll be making an appearance at Big Apple Con on Saturday March 7, 2015! The location: Penn Plaza Pavilion, 401 Seventh Avenue, at 33rd St, NY, NY 10001 I’ll be selling: RDSL Chronicles #1 (a compilation of my four shorts in Innovation Comic written by Wes Locher) Horror of Loon Lake Anthology (an anthology of comic shorts done … [Read more…]
Have you seen the trailer for Ex Machina? Pretty neat eh? After I saw it, I excitedly sent the trailer’s link to Wes Locher telling him that the android in the trailer kept reminding me of Innovationcomic.com’s Sondra. In another instance, when Universal announced their plans to reboot all of their Monsters on the big … [Read more…]
Here is one example of the making comics process, from script to art to letters. Writer: Carl Smith Art: Stan Chou Letterer: Wes Locher Subject: “Smell A Rat” Horror Comic. When I read through scripts, I highlight words that are important to understanding the visual flow of the page. Then I print out the comic … [Read more…]
I’ve learned over the years that an amazing amount of subtext can be crammed into each frame of a movie, TV show, novel, painting, etc. Making comics is no exception. Below is the comic Complexity, written by Wes Locher and drawn by me. Wes Locher gave me a lot of freedom to create the environment … [Read more…]
To date, I have contributed 23 pages to Innovationcomic.com. I have collected them into one gallery here. Enjoy! *Get in touch with me for comic sequential art.
I’ve tabled once in my life — NYCC Artist’s Alley 2012. I am no expert on tabling. However, I am a customer, so that makes me an expert on being a customer. There are many types of customers — I fall into the category of “semi-introverted, comic creator, networking-minded, highly selective, indie loving”. I don’t … [Read more…]
I am interested in all things ancient, hidden, noir, alternative, mold-breaking, dogma-smashing, investigative and relating to discovery. If you have a comic book script along these lines, let’s talk.
I used to think that “breaking into comics” meant being hired by Marvel or DC, or being published by one of the big companies that allows creator-owned titles, like Dark Horse, Dynamite or BOOM. Do you think this way? It’s fine if you do, but may I suggest another way of thinking? “Breaking in” could … [Read more…]