Mostly sketches. Occasionally a painting. Nothing political other than caricatures reinforcing the truism "Politics is Show Business for Ugly People".
Wow! Pretty damn cool! Dr. Kozmic is looking a little more stylized these days.So when to we find out what's happening inside this comic!?I suggested to Skribbl that he do a sketch book of his robot designs that he's been posting on Robotopia... perhaps you could make a Cosmic Theatre sketchbook (that is, if you don't have the time to do a full Cosmic Theatre comic, that is).
Great cover. You and Rick are doing some great illos. The tease that there might be a story to go with that cover makes me light headed
Wow! I just put this up a few minutes ago. You guys must monitor the TAG web site as often as I do.Thanks for the compliments!
I was home today watching Denise and Tommy, so it was easy to pop in from time to time.
Awesome! I am in awe ... So much, but it comes together really well!
I have no excuse
Looks great Tom!! Did you draw this for the cover or is this an amalgamation of sketches from your sketchbook???
It's an amalgamation of many drawings I've been doing recently. I was looking through past pages and I latched onto this notion: I draw different things in different styles depending on how I feel that day. But they still all come from somewhere inside me, and they are all connected to a central theme on some level. Can I find that level and assemble them such that the apparent inconsistencies don't matter... or are even a plus?There are a few artists around that seem to be able to work this way, having different parts of the art function on different levels of reality, and I find their work exciting in a way that it wouldn't be if they felt compelled to be obsessively consistent.
Tom, have you seen the comic version of the film 1941? It was made by Steven Bissette and it was a wild collage style that got more and more out of control as the story moved forward. He used propaganda art from WW2, among other stuff, to fill out the pages. The art wasn't attractive to look at, but it was a raw style that was very different from anything else that was coming out at that time.Your personal style is much more refined and pleasant to look at, but the layering of different images reminds me a bit of that strange comic.
Have not seen it. I did a google search on it just now. Though there are numerous hits, none of them had any illustrations. Now I'm curious.
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