Author Archives: Jim Keefe

About Jim Keefe

Jim Keefe is the current artist of the Sally Forth comic strip, he is also the writer and artist of the Flash Gordon comic strip - both available at ComicsKingdom.com. A graduate of the Joe Kubert School, Keefe likewise teaches Comic Art. Teaching and speaking engagements include SVA in Manhattan, Hofstra’s UCCE Youth Programs, The University of Minnesota and most recently the Minneapolis College of Art and Design.

Inktober 2017: Week 2

“Every October, artists all over the world take on the Inktober drawing challenge by doing one ink drawing a day the entire month.” –Jake Parker Just did a couple this week. Hope to do better next week… (click on images … Continue reading

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Inking Sally Forth

Video of a sketchbook drawing I did that was a giveaway prize at Doc Schaefer’s 24-hour comics day challenge 2017.

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Inktober 2017: Week 1

“Every October, artists all over the world take on the Inktober drawing challenge by doing one ink drawing a day the entire month.” –Jake Parker I didn’t do one every day, but here’s a few I’ve done so far… (click … Continue reading

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Southwest Journal Interview

Here’s an interview I did recently for our neighborhood paper the Southwest Journal focusing on how I reference local locations for use in the Sally Forth strip. On the Comics Page, Scenes from Minneapolis For the blog post where I used … Continue reading

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Inktober Sketch 10/1/2017

Using fashion shots off Pinterest for reference. The drawing surface is Strathmore Sketch paper. Inked with a Isabey Red Sable Round Brush, size 2.

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Drop Panel – 10/1/2017

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On the Drawing Board

Preview of a panel from an upcoming Sally Forth Sunday page. Establishing shot of Ted’s Parent’s house. Pen and ink (meaning dip pen, brush and rapidographs) with a little razor blade technique for the grass and Pro White opaque watercolour … Continue reading

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