Another memory scene without frames. For the next spread, I’m going to try to make a frameless layout connected across the whole spread, without losing the reading-order. I’m really looking forward to that.
Maybe later I will upload a teaser of that to.
I hope everybody out there have had a great Christmas and a happy new year. I’m finally back for some more consistent blogposting, after a tough december, with deadlines both at work and with the collering of “The Man Of Glass”.
At the moment I’m working hard on finishing the promotion-trailer for “The Man Of Glass”. A good friend of mine, Jess Jensen (Saybia), have composed a fantastic peace of music for the trailer, that really brought the trailer together. And I’m really exited to hear the reactions on both the images and the music, when I publish the trailer.
Below is an images of my workspace in the middle of editing the trailer.
For the first draft of the trailer I used Apples iMovie. But for the final vesion I have been using Final Cut Express, also from Apple. Great tools, highly recomendet.
Well guys, it has happen. I have gotten a contract with Accent UK for the publication of The Man Of Glass.
So, for the first time in my life, i´m not selfpublihing my comic. I´m very exited about it, and is looking forward to be working with all the nice guys at Accent UK.
About a year ago I began developing a concept for a children’s-comic, together with my son. And now i´m finally in the process of drawing the story. It´s quite a different experience than “The Man Of Glass”, witch was planed, to the last detail. This is a free-form work, Where I just play my way through the story.
Below you can see some of the pages that I have done all ready.
This year, for the first time, i was not involved in the arrangements arround the Komiks.dk festival. And for the first time, I could really enjoy the festival.
It was really greate to see you all again there. And a special thanks to the guys at Accent UK for showing interest in my work, and just being the good guys they are.
Here is som pictures from the Komiks.dk 2008 festival:
It was great to see all the people waiting to get ind, right from the start, saturday morning.
There were people reading comics everywhere.
Lots of people, lots of comics. What can I say, I just love it.
The fine guys from Accent UK
Allan Haverholm signing his comic “Sortmund” (Blackmouth), side by side with Dany (France)
Henrik Rehr always at work.
Rasmus Klump giving me a hug. Thanks Thomas 🙂