Thursday, November 21, 2019


RUFF SKETCH!

An Animation & Comic Book Portfolio

Do you want full size copies of my animation drawings? I launched an Indiegogo campaign to publish a softcover book containing rare animation drawings and short accounts about being a young animator back in the 1970s & early 1980s.

https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/ruff-sketch-an-animation-comic-book-portfolio/x/22300073#/





Sunday, October 6, 2019

My First Kickstarter Campaign Is Now Fully Funded!

 

Ruff Sketch!

An Animation & Comic Book Portfolio

Do you want full size copies of my animation drawings? I launched a Kickstarter campaign to publish a softcover book containing rare animation drawings and short accounts about being a young animator back in the 1970s & early 1980s.

Check out this link: http://kck.st/2nrqrnX

Sunday, June 24, 2018

Bloodwing Angel Chronicles

I'm using my sense of animation in posing action in my web comic "Bloodwing Angel Chronicles", and not going for the more realistic style of sequential art. I prefer a web comic that is drawn as a caricatured reality...after all, it IS a comic!

Using Angelic powers burns up a lot of calories! To survive, Mychal has to eat what’s on hand.
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Sunday, April 15, 2018

Caricatured Reality

Expression, expression, expression! Caricatured posing is much more entertaining than a realistically drawn comic panel. Check out this thumbnail of one of today's updates to my webcomic "Bloodwing Angel Chronicles".


Sunday, April 8, 2018

Using the Animation Principles of Squash and Stretch In Drawing Webcomics

Using the animation principles of squash and stretch when drawing character poses in my webcomic "Bloodwing Angel Chronicles" gives them a subtle feeling of dynamic plasticity and action. Check out this page from this week's Sunday update. Also, note the use of "Anticipation, Action, and Reaction" in this sequential art depiction of tossing a rock with force and anger.