A miscellany of weekly ramblings on comics, art and film by Ted Mathot, storyboard artist and writer/artist/self-publisher of graphic novels and comics
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Saturday, August 06, 2005

Time for some drawings

I'm realizing I don't post enough artwork here on Rose and Isabel, so here are some of the latest sketches I've been doing while exploring the new book. These are all quick digital sketches, done on the Wacom Cintiq. -T






6 comments:

Mustashrik said...

Hey there!

these are real nice quick sketch studies!

have you always worked digitally, and if not personally which do you prefer, mechanical or digital drawing?

Keep it up ;)

Mush!

Luxo Jr. said...

Nice sketches! I can't wait to see more.
*Keeps saving as to buy Rose and Isabel*

TSM said...

thanks y'all.

mustashrik - i haven't fully made the switch to digital yet...i'm still doing the layouts for the books on paper, although all the finishes are done digitally.

they both have their plusses and minuses, but digital is getting better and better all the time. the new cintiqs have more sensitivity and software tools are looking more and more like traditional media.

it won't be long!

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J said...

Hey Ted, Great Work. I'm looking forward to R&I part 2.
j