Wes Craig, comic book writer and artist, describes the steps and methodology behind his artistic process, from roughing out a page to inking it.

Alan Moore is one of the undisputed greats among not just living comics creators, but pretty much through the history of the modern comic. Here he is being interviewed in 2008 by Street Law Productions and LJ Pindling talking about what he would tell aspiring writers and artists about the industry.

Craig Thompson, a personal favorite, has very few books out there for you to read. “Goodbye Chunky Rice” and “Blankets” showcase his amazing talent as a writer and artist and “Carnet de Voyage” is a sketchbook that again remains personal and accessible all at the same time. Well his library is growing in September with […]

Hidden beneath the surface of every page of beautifully rendered comic book artwork is what many feel is the real challenge of creating comics. Storytelling. Here artist Wes Craig talks about what he feels is his responsibility as a comic book storyteller.

For many creators in the comics field getting published is easier than becoming a regular professional. Getting regularly paid work that allows you to focus solely on creating comics is the goal, but that means a lot of networking and hard work. Here artist Wes Craig talks about his own personal transition from struggling to […]