wip pages for a thing that will be long and meandering!
Confession time, i dont actually listen to other podcasts. but i like the guys that do Tell Me something i dont know and i have heard good things about Silence and Make it then tell everybody.
Dont make me choose my favorite child!
Kind of. we started one and then a cluster of problems happened and i have been to sheepish to follow up.
Not necessarily, but i dont think i need to be interested in the person’s work or their motivations as an artist. I can tell if i’ve done a shitty interview if i obviously didnt care about their work.
is he the guy with the 64 mb chip in his head?
I’ve asked him, he wasnt really very responsive, so i didn’t follow up.
And in all honesty, i am not the hugest fan. I appreciate it visually, but i dont get the same connection that others do.
I pencilled and inked four pages of Glorkian Warrior book three today while listening to this amazing interview with Rob Liefeld. The man has a really infectious love of comics. Anyone who wants to cut their own path through life should listen. I think he would be great fun to draw with, he has a really flamboyant style. He’s really passionate about creating, and really passionate about engaging an audience. I think he’s right… You gotta keep your audience in mind, especially if you’re trying to create something that’s going to blow them away.
Our LA journey brought us to the home of one of the most Memorable characters in comics. There’s not much for me to say about Rob Liefeld that you probably don’t already know. He was an artist at Marvel for his early career, creating characters such as Cable and Deadpool and the poly-bagged X-Force #1. Left Marvel to cofound Image Comics. Created Youngblood and a whole bunch more there, including Prophet(which Brandon and roadtrip buddy, Simon Roy, are both current creators on).
Rob was a very welcoming host, chatting with us for several hours about the highs and lows of comics. It was probably the most energetic part of the LA roadtrip, thanks to Rob’s infectious loves of pictures and words on paper.