Hi everybody! Tom here. The blog here at Boneville has been quiet for a while (we’ve been really, really busy with crazy amounts of stuff – - finishing RASL, and getting ready for the Summer shows), and so I wanted to get it going again. Thought I’d share a couple of cool sketches that I have. When Jeff went to the Barcelona International Comics Festival in 2010, he knew I was a fan of one of the other guests: Gail Simone. So Jeff (being the awesome boss that he is) drew me this quick sketch of Wonder Woman, so Gail could sign it for me.
Gail, who was writing Wonder Woman at the time, wrote the word ballons!
Next, Rachel Rising creator and great friend of ours, Terry Moore, gave me this kick@ss Thor sketch for helping design and layout his Hot Girls, Cold Feet sketchbook.
Hope you enjoyed this little peak behind the scenes of working with indie creators!
I love my job!
Halloween week is upon us! So before I watch Its the Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown tonight…
…I thought I’d share some pics of a party that Jeff, Vijaya and I attended last Saturday night. (I’m so gonna be in trouble for this...)
Here are the lovely Condiment couple, Jeff and Vijaya!
Here’s Vijaya laughing it up with our friend Tim.
And last, but certainly not least…we received this awesome picture of Fone Bone! This is a homemade costume that a loving mom made for her son Jack, for the big day! GREAT JOB ERICA!
HAPPY HALLOWEEN EVERYONE! Let the "ketchup" jokes begin!
Today's Wall Street Journal has a great article about graphic novels including Bone and Kazu Kibuishi's Amulet!
Colleen Doran has been out doing some serious gardening. On her blog she has pictures of the harvest, and even a mouth watering photo of an heirloom salad. She also has some interesting concept sketches from a Warren Ellis animated project she was working on. The character studies are tight; they have an Alex Toth feel to them. I don't have a much higher compliment than that.
Man, that's my kind of blog!
Just got back from a week in Spain,where there is a huge festival there in the seaside city of A Coruna. Vijaya and I were treated fantasically, and given a tour of the Cathedral in nearby Santiago. I'm still recovering from the time difference (and the late night gatherings), but I will get a photo journal together in a couple of days. Until then, here is a link to a very cool blog done in espanol!