ARCHIVE: March, 2011
Liz and I are planning on making a coloring book, one that is cool and imaginative and appeals equally to boys and girls. Our idea is to have two space-exploring aliens out in the wacky universe discovering all kinds of weird, cool planets and celestial objects. Here’s a first pass on sketches for some potential [...]
J.L. Bell of Boston 1775 gave an excellent talk on Washington’s forays into intelligence gathering last evening in Cambridge. Bell shared the fruits of his historical detective work, revealing the names (and more enjoyably, excellent character descriptions) of some previously undisclosed spies in Washington’s employ. A very enjoyable and informative talk all around, and I [...]
Michael Kennedy did a series of amazing photographs of re-enactors of the Living History Society. I did a reference sketch of one of them, trying to get a handle on all the accouterments a rebel soldier might have strapped to him. And I gave him a shave to make him a bit more historically accurate.
Been awhile since I posted anything related to my book. I’ve been working so hard on this shit, you guys. My hand is a claw of pain, and each panel I ink gets better. Click it and it will grow.