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Concha Sáez
VIA
mentaltimetraveller:

MATH BASS
Ladder, 2014
mentaltimetraveller:

Math Bass
ryannordkitchen:

Dufy
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Ettore Spalletti
substrom:

Atsushi Sakai
screentonetv:

Two Eyes of the Beautiful II is featured in Joe McCulloch’s SPX con report today:

Still, drawing like Umezu isn’t the point. Neither, frankly, is parody or camping it up, since Umezu’s whole approach to horror already accounts for the thin boundary between comedy and terror in its gleefully over-the-top tone. No, what Smith does is open Umezu up to different ways of depicting scenes, like slipping word balloons outside the frame or behind characters’ eyes, or switching back and forth between the story’s degenerating actress villain and an absurdly flattering old movie of hers on television in harsh six-panel grids. 


Joe also attended the panel I participated in with my Closed Caption Comics comrades:

There was a strong sense of community among the participants. The moderator was Brian Nicholson, another writer I’ve known online for the better part of a decade, and while I can’t comment on his handling of the panel for its first half, he seemed inclined to push out questions (or sometimes just ideas) and let the panelists hold their own conversation, prompting each other with follow-ups of their own. Everybody clearly knew each other closely, which was evident from both the texture of their interactions and the content. They became friends in college due to shared interests: Mat Brinkman, Ron Regé, Jr. They became each other’s “hype girls,” as Molly Colleen O’Connell put it, offering each other intense enough support to carry them over periods of disenchantment and disinterest in comics. When Conor Stechschulte edited an erotic anthology, Sock, no small pleasure came from discovering that everyone else was kind of weird too – commonality in peccadilloes, which is a decent description for small press comics.

 All true!
Hey you can buy that book ya know: HERE.
screentonetv:

Two Eyes of the Beautiful II is featured in Joe McCulloch’s SPX con report today:

Still, drawing like Umezu isn’t the point. Neither, frankly, is parody or camping it up, since Umezu’s whole approach to horror already accounts for the thin boundary between comedy and terror in its gleefully over-the-top tone. No, what Smith does is open Umezu up to different ways of depicting scenes, like slipping word balloons outside the frame or behind characters’ eyes, or switching back and forth between the story’s degenerating actress villain and an absurdly flattering old movie of hers on television in harsh six-panel grids. 


Joe also attended the panel I participated in with my Closed Caption Comics comrades:

There was a strong sense of community among the participants. The moderator was Brian Nicholson, another writer I’ve known online for the better part of a decade, and while I can’t comment on his handling of the panel for its first half, he seemed inclined to push out questions (or sometimes just ideas) and let the panelists hold their own conversation, prompting each other with follow-ups of their own. Everybody clearly knew each other closely, which was evident from both the texture of their interactions and the content. They became friends in college due to shared interests: Mat Brinkman, Ron Regé, Jr. They became each other’s “hype girls,” as Molly Colleen O’Connell put it, offering each other intense enough support to carry them over periods of disenchantment and disinterest in comics. When Conor Stechschulte edited an erotic anthology, Sock, no small pleasure came from discovering that everyone else was kind of weird too – commonality in peccadilloes, which is a decent description for small press comics.

 All true!
Hey you can buy that book ya know: HERE.