zencomix
zencomix:

LAST CALL !

altcomix:

You have about 48 hours to get in on this reblog contest. On Monday morning, whenever I get up, I’ll reblog this post, announcing the end. I’ll go through the notes and count up everybody who entered, put each name on a piece of paper, and pull a name out of a hat. Thanks to everybody so far who has played along!

zencomix:

Defunctink, Booleancomics, Squarecomix, and Pornarriha are added to the contestant list. You can be added, too. Just reblog this post and follow my tumblr, and on Labor Day, I’ll put all the names in a hat.  I’ll have my lovely assistant, Penelope Pitstop, Glamour Gal of The Gas Pedal, pick one name out of the hat. That person will win the last printed copy of The Boy With The Spyrograph Eyes. Act Now! Void Where Prohibited! Results May Vary! May cause nausea, blurry vision, constipation, vomiting, acid indigestion, and simple chronic halitosis. Call your doctor if page 138 gives you a boner, you sick bastard! altcomix:

Only a few days left to enter! 

zencomix:

For the night crew. Drawing next Monday to win a copy of The Boy With The Spyrograph Eyes. To enter, reblog this post and follow my tumblr. 
zencomix:

So far in the running to win this book;SciencepaintedJake ClausenMutant ComixIcallhergradyMDT dba SPXOrlymanThe hardcopy of the book differs from the digital copy in that there is extensive hand coloring with colored pencils and watercolor markers of many pages.

sciencepaintedreblogs:

zencomix:

Liking the post won’t win you a book, you have to reblog and follow (he said in his best carnival barker voice).
altcomix:

I just reached 400 followers, so why not celebrate with a reblog contest! Reblog this post andfollow me, and you will be entered into the contest. The prize? One hardcopy of The Boy With The Spyrograph Eyes. I’ll ship it anywhere in the world. I’ll pick the winner from a hat on Labor Day, September 1st, so, in about a week. Can’t win if you don’t play!
zencomix:

The Boy With The Spyrograph Eyes wasn’t nominated for any Ignatz Awards, and that’s OK. There’s a lot of great comics out there! Congrats to all the nominees, and thanks to SPX for the reblogs, you folks rock. I have 2 hardcopies of the book left if anybody wants one, you snooze, you lose! Or you can pick up a digital copy real cheap.
zencomix:

(via Zen Comix: 177 Pages Long)
Getting my Ignatz Awards submission ready for the mail.
Can’t win if you don’t play!







Great book

Last call to get on this reblog contest!

zencomix:

LAST CALL !

altcomix:

You have about 48 hours to get in on this reblog contest. On Monday morning, whenever I get up, I’ll reblog this post, announcing the end. I’ll go through the notes and count up everybody who entered, put each name on a piece of paper, and pull a name out of a hat. Thanks to everybody so far who has played along!

zencomix:

Defunctink, Booleancomics, Squarecomix, and Pornarriha are added to the contestant list. You can be added, too. Just reblog this post and follow my tumblr, and on Labor Day, I’ll put all the names in a hat. I’ll have my lovely assistant, Penelope Pitstop, Glamour Gal of The Gas Pedal, pick one name out of the hat. That person will win the last printed copy of The Boy With The Spyrograph Eyes. Act Now! Void Where Prohibited! Results May Vary! May cause nausea, blurry vision, constipation, vomiting, acid indigestion, and simple chronic halitosis. Call your doctor if page 138 gives you a boner, you sick bastard!

altcomix:

Only a few days left to enter!

zencomix:

For the night crew. Drawing next Monday to win a copy of The Boy With The Spyrograph Eyes. To enter, reblog this post and follow my tumblr.

zencomix:

So far in the running to win this book;

Sciencepainted

Jake Clausen

Mutant Comix

Icallhergrady

MDT dba SPX

Orlyman

The hardcopy of the book differs from the digital copy in that there is extensive hand coloring with colored pencils and watercolor markers of many pages.

sciencepaintedreblogs:

zencomix:

Liking the post won’t win you a book, you have to reblog and follow (he said in his best carnival barker voice).

altcomix:

I just reached 400 followers, so why not celebrate with a reblog contest! Reblog this post andfollow me, and you will be entered into the contest. The prize? One hardcopy of The Boy With The Spyrograph Eyes. I’ll ship it anywhere in the world. I’ll pick the winner from a hat on Labor Day, September 1st, so, in about a week. Can’t win if you don’t play!

zencomix:

The Boy With The Spyrograph Eyes wasn’t nominated for any Ignatz Awards, and that’s OK. There’s a lot of great comics out there! Congrats to all the nominees, and thanks to SPX for the reblogs, you folks rock. I have 2 hardcopies of the book left if anybody wants one, you snooze, you lose! Or you can pick up a digital copy real cheap.

zencomix:

(via Zen Comix: 177 Pages Long)

Getting my Ignatz Awards submission ready for the mail.

Can’t win if you don’t play!

Great book

Last call to get on this reblog contest!

robbmirsky

Here’s one from the vault!

A mini comic I worked on with my (p)artner of the time.  We printed them out and handed them out at TCAF 2007.  One day, while googling ourselves in vain, we noticed that a small bunch of folk really liked our book we handed out.  There was a message board filled with fan art that they made at a Drink and Draw type gathering.  It was awesome, and a total ego boost!!

I wanted to post this comic because i’m really proud of how it came out in the end.  I realize most people probably haven’t seen it, and I feel like it deserves another posting.  I also feel it important to note that these stories were all written by a woman.  Enjoy!

www.robbmirsky.com

robbmirsky

robbmirsky:

robbmirsky:

I’ve been quietly working away on this short story for a while now.  Back in February, i signed up for the Santoro Correspondence Course for Comic Book Makers.  The course is run by franksantoro who has been working in comics since the late 80’s.  He knows his stuff.  He breathes comics.  He’s nice as Hell.  This is a guy i wanted to learn from.  Frank basically gets you thinking about comics in a whole new light.  Writing and making this story, i took a different approach than normal.  I started by making short sequences and built a story around the actions.  I wrote the dialogue waaaaaay after conceiving and drawing the story.  Everything i did to make this story was pretty much the complete opposite of how i would have done it all before the course.  And he got me to make a story in full colour!!!!  Frank gives some really valuable advice and is really supportive of the projects.  And now i’m seeing comic making in a whole new light, and with a (somewhat) new approach.  This course was really invaluable and I really liked it.

If you are serious about making comics, and may feel like you need some help, or guidance, consider this course.  It’s a lot of work, but i think its really worth it if you keep at it.

http://comicsworkbook.tumblr.com/post/93234509557/comicsworkbook-the-santoro-correspondence

And here is my original post in case it’s too small to read on tumblr…
http://robbmirsky.com/2014/07/29/stevenson/

reblogging in case you missed my comic last week!  Drawn with mainly Sharpies and Microns on tracing paper, and coloured with pencil crayons.  I really love how this thing came out, and it’s pretty different than most things i’ve done to date!  

Read it on my site where you can actually see it properly
http://robbmirsky.com/2014/07/29/stevenson/

Reblogging just cuz….