Friday, November 11, 2011

Moebius’ “Airtight Garage” by Khary Randolph


"my submission for Airtight Garage. Here's a giant robot black guy. It wasn't until I was halfway through this that I realized I was basically drawing a black Phantom." - k.

Monday, November 7, 2011

Moebius' "Airtight Garage" by Tyler Crook



“I think the Air Tight garage was the first thing I ever read by Moebius. If I understand it right, he was pretty much making up the story as he went along in sort of a stream of consciousness kinda way. And it shows when you read it. The story meanders and feels a bit disjointed and kinda pointless sometimes. Some of the pages look like they took a week to draw and others look like they took two minutes. But the thing that is really great about it is this: it's an amazing artist playing with the medium. He's having fun and trying stuff and not worrying the work as a whole. It feels like it was fun to make and I think that makes it really fun to read.” - Tyler

15 x 11, gouache and water color on watercolor paper.

Moebius' "Airtight Garage" by Christopher Mitten

Moebius' "Airtight Garage" by Robbi Rodriguez

Sunday, November 6, 2011

Master Race by Nathan Fox (EC Comics Week)

“Homage to this EC Impact Series & Krigstein's horror/suspence classic.

In grad school, my thesis advisor brought in a tattered, well thumbed through edition of EC Classics. Among them was MASTER RACE and my first exposure to B. Krigstein and his work. Needless to say - it blew my mind.
I was enthralled with the collection of stories. It was easily my first real sit down with ANY form of EC Comics. (A new world, door, window, whatever - was opened that day...). Something about the pace, suspense, movement and storytelling of this story, especially, made everything suddenly click into place - How I got interested in visual-storytelling, illustration and the possibility of working in comics as a profession - it all just clicked. Krigstein's work lead me to Berthet & Bernet, rediscovering Caniff and so on (too many to name but much respect to all) - I was hooked...

...and have been happily addicted to this narrative/ink on paper crack-habit ever since.
Inspirational stuff. Long live storytelling!” - Nathan

Original: Ink on Bristol. Title is scratched out of paper. 13x18.5