1. First look.
A sneak peek at the back cover of Emergence, a new comics anthology from the Pacific Northwest.
We couldn’t be more excited to ring in a new year, filled with new projects and new bursts of creativity. Here’s to 2013! Now let’s go exploring.
neoglyphicmedia:


EMERGENCE back cover.
Artist credits to: Theo Ellsworth, Sean Christensen, and Amy Kuttab.

    First look.

    A sneak peek at the back cover of Emergence, a new comics anthology from the Pacific Northwest.

    We couldn’t be more excited to ring in a new year, filled with new projects and new bursts of creativity. Here’s to 2013! Now let’s go exploring.

    neoglyphicmedia:

    EMERGENCE back cover.

    Artist credits to: Theo Ellsworth, Sean Christensen, and Amy Kuttab.

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  2. Doodlers wanted.
Since 2006, the New Orleans-based 24 Hour Draw-a-Thon has been a yearly highlight for doodle enthusiasts everywhere.
The free art event is an open invitation for anybody, of any age, to come and mingle, dance, and draw the night away. The Draw-a-Thon’s mission being to “encourage creating for the sake of creating.” Even if you’ve never drawn a line in your life, the organizers will host a variety of instructional workshops, so you can spruce up your sketching chops before getting down to the business of putting pen to paper. Who knows? By the time you’re done, you may have made an entire comic book, not to mention a few new friends. 
For art’s sake, we’re making this one our Project of the Day.

    Doodlers wanted.

    Since 2006, the New Orleans-based 24 Hour Draw-a-Thon has been a yearly highlight for doodle enthusiasts everywhere.

    The free art event is an open invitation for anybody, of any age, to come and mingle, dance, and draw the night away. The Draw-a-Thon’s mission being to “encourage creating for the sake of creating.” Even if you’ve never drawn a line in your life, the organizers will host a variety of instructional workshops, so you can spruce up your sketching chops before getting down to the business of putting pen to paper. Who knows? By the time you’re done, you may have made an entire comic book, not to mention a few new friends. 

    For art’s sake, we’re making this one our Project of the Day.

  3. Fig 5.2.: Noah’s Brain
So, this is how much illustrator Noah Kroese loves to draw. Consider us sympathetic to his condition — and not only because we can relate to the “pizza” and “Star Wars" parts. We’re also a big fan of his graphic novel, Saturday, which is about a little girl named India and how she copes with a really, really bad week. It’s dark, funny, and, hey now, it involves dinosaurs. Haven’t we all been there before?! Check out his video for more details (and more Star Wars comparisons). Also, if we drew a graphic of our brains right now, it would mostly be us loving this project.

    Fig 5.2.: Noah’s Brain

    So, this is how much illustrator Noah Kroese loves to draw. Consider us sympathetic to his condition — and not only because we can relate to the “pizza” and “Star Wars" parts. We’re also a big fan of his graphic novel, Saturday, which is about a little girl named India and how she copes with a really, really bad week. It’s dark, funny, and, hey now, it involves dinosaurs. Haven’t we all been there before?! Check out his video for more details (and more Star Wars comparisons). Also, if we drew a graphic of our brains right now, it would mostly be us loving this project.