Every artist finds a slightly different set of tools to create their artwork. Here writer/artist Anna-Maria Jung talks about what tools she uses and how that has changed over the years.

The first time you are published is a great moment for any comics pro. Here writer/artist Anna-Maria Jung talks about the first time her work saw print and what that was like for her.

Paying homage to Miyazaki’s “My Neighbor Totoro”, artist Anna-Maria Jung designed a t-shirt featuring the title character. Here she shows off her process.

Most comics these days are colored on a computer, typically using Photoshop. That’s where the similarities end. Each artist often find their own specific ways of utilizing the program to create wonderful colors. Here artist Anna-Maria Jung shows off a few pieces of her work.

One of Chip Kidd’s recent comics related works was “Bat-Manga: The Secret History of Batman in Japan”. It focused on one year’s worth of comics by Japanese artist Jiro Kuwata, made in the late 60’s. Here Kidd talks about the genesis and execution of the project.