Artist Khary Randolph lets us in on his hybrid digital process, which combines the best of both worlds using both a wacom cintiq and regular old fashioned pencil and paper.

While the focus of this site is mainly on what is already being used to create comic books, I couldn’t help myself from posting this news about a gadget from Wacom, makers of wonderful pen tablets like the Intuos and the Cintiq, which is all the rage with digital artists. Their new product works with […]

Bleeding Cool took the time to gather up all the relavent tweets from Marvel’s head honcho, Joe Quesada, who shared in immaculate detail an anniversary cover he drew for Fantastic Four. Here are a few snippets: There is an amazing amount of detail covering how he uses a cintiq to rough out and begin his […]

Comics artist Peter Gross, currently working on “Unwritten” for Vertigo/DC Comics, was visited by Matt Gillmer who spoke to him about his work, how he does it and where he fits in the grand scheme of comic-dom.  A great look into the process behind one of the great comics out there. While the video is […]

There are very few artists as coveted as Frank Quitely.  His simple and unmistakable style is loved by many many fans.  In this video clip he shows off his process of digital roughs on a Cintiq, to analog pencils and back to digital cleanup, bypassing the traditional inking process.  It’s a great watch that is […]