Wednesday, 21 September 2011

Two Fast Colour #4 preview

Martina Lenzin has put up some photos of the new soon-to-buyable Two Fast Colour #4 on her blog here. You can see a page and a portion of my contribution to it in the photo above. It looks like it's a bit different this time; with a spined cover, just eight contributors and some articles, on Toulouse comics, and interviews (one of them with me). I'm really pleased to be part of this.

Friday, 16 September 2011

Poster for Kicker Conspiracy: Xeno & Oaklander

Meathaus GO FOR THE GOLD! 4, on the Vice website

With an interview with Chris McD and this review/sales pitch;

MEATHAUS Go For the Gold 4
Edited by Chris McD

Meathaus is the best comics collective ever and this gigantic textbook of sketchbook drawings is basically a who's who of the best current illustrators, animators, and cartoonists. It's fucking great and I should know seeing as I'm in it. James Jean, Tomer Hanuka, Mu Pan, Tom Herpich, Arik Roper, Me (Nick Gazin), Angie Wang, and so on contributed pages. This is a must for any art director out there and anyone who’s trying to figure out how to draw. The Meathaus sketchbook anthologies will make you want to draw. This thing is mammoth and good to the last drop.

Thursday, 15 September 2011

Two Fast Colour #4

I have a six page Otto comic in the new issue of Two Fast Colour, a comics anthology from Hamburg, that I've been contributing to since about 2006. It's edited by Marlene Krause and Martina Lenzin, both of whom are very good cartoonists. I think the cover above is by Rui Tenreiro. There's more about the contributors on their Tumblr and I'm sure there'll be some more previews about soon.

A new cat comic; a variation on a theme

Monday, 12 September 2011

A new (non-cat) comic page

The first page, of six, that I've been drawing for a new comics magazine which is coming out next year.

Tuesday, 6 September 2011

Klaus in (one) colour

There'll be more new comics starting from tomorrow, but for now here's something mocked up by Nobrow, from when we first started talking about the book. The one-colour thing didn't work out (something I need to work on) but I think that this one looks good.