Ray did a comic strip called “Hall of Best Knowledge” which was obsessive and silly and award winning. He certainly knows his way around a a brush and ink. He’s got some new work up after he retired his “HoBK” called “Drama Club” which is also excellent. In fact, he has used… a colour or two in his new stuff! He’s also just signed a deal with Fantagraphics and sounds like a fun guy. For a few hours of entertainment you can’t go wrong. (Does this man sleep?)
Hall of Best Knowledge
Andrew Bawidamann has made the 40’s pinup his own. Lots of slick renderings of army gals packing heat make for an interesting couple of minutes cheescake. If you collect gig posters, check out his collection.
Published March 21, 2007
Design , Jason Theodor , Resources
View the jpg above, or download the Photoshop colour palette, couresy of Miles Burke. Cheers, Mate!
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