peterhon: leseanthomas: THIS is how you use the flash animation program. By being exceptional FIRST. If you’re an amazing artist/animator, the FLASH program will not change that. If you’re mediocre & weak artist/animator, the FLASH program will not change that.
docshaner: I love these 4 pages from the 21st volume of Alain Dodier’s Jérôme K. Jérôme Bloche. I can’t understand a word of the dialogue, but I don’t need to. Admittedly, part of my admiration for this sequence may have to do with my own little girl, but that doesn’t change how well constructed and drawn this is.
Phil Perfect, place du Palais Royal
A great little wordless comic from Francois Maumont.
(via sweet salgari)
It was originally published in the prehistoric-themed online anthology, Piltdown. Edited by J. Chris Campbell, for Wide Awake Press.
retazosdered: Olivier Schrauwen - Mon Fiston
Taiyo Matsumoto, Takemitsu Zamurai
detrocboi: Enrique Breccia
visualair: “Mujina” - Alberto Breccia (April 15, 1919 - November 10, 1993)
drawnblog: While I’m at it Guillaume Decaux deserves his own post as well. Not only is he a fine artist with incredible breadth, but his blog is a continual source of inspiration. Peppered among posts of his own sketches and drawings are the works of many other amazing artists who inspire and inform his own work.
Decaux is an editorial artist out of (you guessed it) France.