Tuesday, March 15, 2005

Inking backgrounds on the Batman Begins comic book.

Yep! That's what i'm doing this week thanks to Serge Lapointe! As I may have said a few times in the "News" section, I do share a studio with Serge, Yanick Paquette, Michel Lacombe, Frefon and Mylene Henry. We all do comic book and illustration work for a living. Once in a while, one of us is trapped in a deadline crunch and we do help each others. So that's what I do right now.
Batman Begins is written by Scott Beatty (BATGIRL: YEAR ONE), the art is by Kilian Plunkett (SUPERMAN: RED SON) & Serge LaPointe is doing the inking.

The previous work I did in mainstream comics was helping Michel on Star Wars Tales #21 and 23. That last one isn't out yet. I helped on the background pencils and some inks.

Tuesday, March 08, 2005

Vote for Veena at Buzzcomix, here's why.

As the title says, I'd like you to vote for Veena in the Buzzcomix toplist. I'm listed there and pretty much nobody votes so my listing is pretty low. I'm trying to see if a good rating will translate into readers.
That's where you can help me: go to my page and vote by clicking on the Buzzcomixs Icon and I'll reward you with a special picture.
Last fall I did the cover for SCREW. It's a porn magazine and it's available in the New York area. But the funny thing is that they like cartoons. So I offered my art and they took it.
Vote and be rewarded.
How is that for hitting below the belt?

Tuesday, March 01, 2005

A review of Veena at "Journey into History"

Journey into History is a web site that does review of webcomics, but the funny thing is that it does it in comic strip form. Simple and effective, you got two characters that interact and chat about a given webcomic. Veena got it's turn on February 28. You can read it here. I believe it is a positive one. You can also chat with Bob Stevenson, the webmaster and artist of the strip. He also does a comic called More Fun with Roger Lagridge.


I also traded links with Miss Dynamite from Sirkowski, a friend who publish in MensuHell (a Montreal zine where I occasionally contribute) . Boy, did my hits go up! I did not know he was this popular!