Zander Cannon has been working in comics, writing and drawing titles such as Top 10 for ABC Comics, T Minus and The Replacement God.  Here Zander talks about his process as a writer/artist as well as his tools of the trade. Writer/Artist Zander Cannon Talks Shop at NYCC from The Comic Archive on Vimeo.

One of the most sought after inkers in comics today, Dexter Vines has been lending his clean brush lines to the work of artists such as Ed McGuinness, Steve McNiven and Carlos Pacheco. While at NYCC he took a few minutes to chat about what tools he uses and working with pencillers. Inker Dexter Vines […]

Working on a pinup for John Layman’s “Chew”, Mike Furth inks over Aris Iliopoulos’ pencils in a timelapse video from start to finish. Tools used were a Winsor & Newton Series 7 #3 brush, a Deleter Maru dip pen and a series of Micron marker pens as well as Pelikan drawing ink and templates. Timelapse […]

Cliff Chiang’s simple elegant style stands out among comics artists. Here he talks shop, about his process, tools, going to cons and responsibilities as an artist. Talking with Cliff Chiang at NYCC from The Comic Archive on Vimeo.

While at New York Comic Con Brian Bolland, whose clean style can be found on many many covers for DC Comics, 2000AD and Batman: The Killing Joke, takes some time away from a Batman sketch to talk shop. Filling us in on some of his old tools of the trade as well as talking about […]