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Eisner and Harvey Award nominee, and Eagle Award winner Steve Conley is launching a Kickstarter campaign to help produce the first print collection of his webcomic graphic novel BLOOP
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To celebrate 10,000 “likes” on Facebook, I’ve put together a downloadable sketchbook featuring behind-the-scenes art just for you fans and friends!
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With the last-minute addition of a squid to the villain’s head, we had reached our Tentacle Limit. Our more literate readers will recognize the Tentacle Limit as the standard first established by Jane Austen in Sense and Sensibility, early drafts of which had tentacles everywhere.
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…but I think the addition of a squid stuck on the top of the villain’s head might be the most absurd thing I’ve come up with. And it’s way more fun to draw than it should be. Here are two more sketch cards featuring Pinion (that’s his name) and his squid-do. On Monday, I’ll be
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Each day, before working on the next page, I warm up by drawing sketches on artist trading cards. These are small 2.5 by 3.5 bristol sheets. This latest batch solidified some final thoughts regarding Bloop’s appearance. I’ve decided that I prefer to not close the shape around his jaw – you can see the two
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