No artist remains static through their career. New influences, better mastery of the tools and just plain practice make everyone change over time. Most often for the better. Here Dean Haspiel looks back and describes how his art has changed over the years.

While traditional tools for making comic book artwork, such as brushes and pens, still play a major role in creating, digital tools have found a place in many an artist’s toolkit. Here writer/artist Dean Haspiel talks about what tools he uses and the place that photoshop has found in his process.

Veteran writer/artist Dean Haspiel talks about how he broke into comics, training with the likes of Howard Chaykin and Bill Sienkiewicz.

Every comic book artist uses a slightly different set of tools that play to their strengths and sensibilities as an artist. Here writer/artist Dean Haspiel talks about the evolution over the years of the tools that he uses to create his comics. (note: I believe this is the Kuretake brush pen that Dean uses but […]

The first time you “break into” comics and get to see your work printed is the culmination of a ton of hard work and determination. Here writer/artist Dean Haspiel talks about what is was like for him.