Category Archives: Artists – Cartoonists

Artist Spotlight: Jose Delbo

One of the first teachers I had when I attended the Joe Kubert School was Jose Delbo. One of the exercises he would have us do every week was draw horses. The following are a few examples I kept (circa … Continue reading

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Artist Spotlight: George Evans

COMICS’ HIGH-FLYING AVIATION ARTIST by Steve Stiles In the course of an impressive career spanning half a century, George Evans has established himself as one of the comics field’s finest illustrative talents. During that time span, Evans has worked for … Continue reading

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Cartoonist Jim Keefe (age 13) in the Minneapolis Tribune

Time for the Wayback Machine, Mr. Peabody, to a chilly winter’s day 34 years ago… Back in 1978 – waaaaaaay before I had the inkling that I’d eventually have a comic strip of my own in the newspaper – the … Continue reading

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Thomas Fluharty – As I Was Going Along…

I just got back from the opening reception of Thomas Fluharty’s gallery exhibition at the Inez Greenberg Gallery in Bloomington, Minnesota (a quick word of thanks to writer/cartoonist Craig MacIntosh for tipping me off to it). Fluharty is a prolific … Continue reading

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Networking and the High Cost of Comic Conventions

It’s been my experience that networking is the key in getting work in the art field. I know it seems basic but it bears repeating that if an employer is not familiar with you and your work then they won’t … Continue reading

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