Tim Bradstreet is one of the quintessential noir styled illustrators who has lent his creative talents to creating book covers, movie storyboards and animation, roleplaying games, trading cards and posters. His versatility has garnered him much exposure over the years, a far cry from his early days when he struggled to be noticed. Continue readingTweet
As a followup to my webcomics roundup for 2010, here is a list of comics bloggers that you should definitely follow this year. Some of these blogs contain valuable insights and commentary, some provide you with the latest and greatest in the world of comics, and others offer you straight up eye-candy and popular webcomic magic of their own.
Take a look and get acquainted with these blogs! They’ll definitely leave you inspired… Continue readingTweet
When I was growing up, I recall taking one look at Jim Lee’s style, and aspired to become a comic book artist with his level of efficiency and precision in his artwork. His runs on Marvel Comics X-Men, Image Comics Wild C.A.T.s and DC Comics Batman: Hush are some of his best known works. Have a look at this gallery of Jim Lee’s work throughout his career. Continue readingTweet