Letters About Comics
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I’m excited to reveal a new creative storytelling project and a pop-up newsletter!
In praise of a medium that is at once unmeasurable, hopelessly unscalable and algorithmically unfathomable.
A step-by-step breakdown of making my four-page comic Negroni With A Twist - with lots of pictures!
I wasn’t expecting to draw a whole short story in 2020 but here it is - I hope you enjoy it!
Big Magic is everywhere, if you know where to look. Plus a new film I’ve made is now out!
Some thoughts on creativity and work, plus an important announcement about the future of this newsletter.
I’ve been keeping a visual journal during lockdown and I’ve learned to pay attention to the little things.
I break down the visual storytelling in this radical and fascinating graphic novel.
A crucial distinction for all artists - you don’t think in order to draw, you draw in order to think.
A look inside Berlin - one of the best graphic novels I’ve ever read and my thoughts on what filmmakers can learn from comics artists.
Sixteen tips to help you improve your filmmaking and comics art.
This diagram helps me tell visual stories that make the audience both think and feel. Here’s how to use it.
On Spiderman Into The Spider-Verse, the nature of juxtaposition and writing screenplay dialogue.
Thoughts on the creative process and letting the work tell you what it wants to be.
How graphic novels and films are sister mediums, speaking the same language.