tobyjones:

Comics

tobyjones:

Comics


laurark:

Comics for Dogs 4.

(via constellation-funk)


jasonviola:

Fear of Flowers Part 3

Read Part 2 

Read Part 1

(via spx)



leahwishnia:

Some ink drawings for outstanding orders of Happiness. 

Thanks for being patient, dudes!


yeahdudecomics:

lola is a dog that hangs out at cha-cha’razzi sometimes

gigidigi:


argyrism asked you:


This may/may not be true for other people, but when I’m wondering about how you choose your colors, I’m wondering about how you make everything, well, harmonic. Noisemaster is a good example of this: he’s got a wide range of colors, but they all work well together, so it doesn’t end up looking garish. So, how do you go about something like that?

Thank you! I want Noisemaster’s pages to look like I’m just selecting colors at random, but it’s really pretty simple. Sure, I use a lot of complementary pairs, triadic colors, etc., but I generally don’t have too much Color Theory Terminology in my head as I’m planning these pages out.
For reference, Pages 447, 448, 451 and 455.
I know I’m not great at technical explanations, but I hope this sheds a little light on what I’m doing!

gigidigi:

This may/may not be true for other people, but when I’m wondering about how you choose your colors, I’m wondering about how you make everything, well, harmonic. Noisemaster is a good example of this: he’s got a wide range of colors, but they all work well together, so it doesn’t end up looking garish. So, how do you go about something like that?

Thank you! I want Noisemaster’s pages to look like I’m just selecting colors at random, but it’s really pretty simple. Sure, I use a lot of complementary pairs, triadic colors, etc., but I generally don’t have too much Color Theory Terminology in my head as I’m planning these pages out.

For reference, Pages 447, 448, 451 and 455.

I know I’m not great at technical explanations, but I hope this sheds a little light on what I’m doing!

(via spx)


comiques:

I’ve been reading Dante’s Inferno on my subway rides to work

comiques:

I’ve been reading Dante’s Inferno on my subway rides to work


koyamapress:

The editors of the book recommendation site Bookish have selected Michael DeForge’s Very Casual as one of their Under-the-Radar Reads of 2013:
“Often compared to “Ghost World” author Daniel Clowes, DeForge creates bizarre, complex, nuanced art that will stay in your head long after you’ve turned the page.” — Bookish
Click here to see some of 2013’s best-kept book secrets!

koyamapress:

The editors of the book recommendation site Bookish have selected Michael DeForge’s Very Casual as one of their Under-the-Radar Reads of 2013:

“Often compared to “Ghost World” author Daniel Clowes, DeForge creates bizarre, complex, nuanced art that will stay in your head long after you’ve turned the page.” — Bookish

Click here to see some of 2013’s best-kept book secrets!

(via spx)


sophiafosterdimino:

My 5-page comic for the anthology Mother, published by Delebile. This book debuted at SPX three months ago. I recommend picking up a copy! It’s full of great stories. The comics are in italian (I relettered it in english for tumblr), but an english translation booklet is included.

Many thanks to the folks at Delebile for inviting me.



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