Archive for the 'Drawing' Category

David Lynch Poster

Art for a recent poster I drew for the David Lynch series at the Trylon.

Signing Some Books

Just signin’ some Beta Testing The Apocalypse. Get your own signed copy (with a free Skyway Sleepless!) here.

Beta Testing Cover Process Part 7

This is how final front/back cover (pictured, click to see full-size) to Beta Testing the Apocalypse came to be (see parts 12345, 6 of this series).

It was one of the most complicated drawings I’d drawn. It was done! Or was it… ?

More soon!

Fellini Trylon Poster

Another poster (here’s the previous one) for my favorite Twin Cities movie house: The Trylon.

 

Beta Testing Cover Process Part 4

If you’re just joining us, check out parts 123.
It took me a while to work up the nerve to ink this thing. Normally I would’ve inked most of the building with rules & rapidographs. But I decided against it… Since everything was so rigidly planned out, I wanted to have a more organic line in the finishing process. Click on the image to super-size.

Beta Testing Cover Process Part 3

A few quick tests of the pencils with type & color.

beta testing the apocalypse cover rough

Beta Testing Cover Process Part 2

After the cover concept was approved it was time to pencil… this was the most complicated drawing I’ve done in a long time… maybe since architecture school? Click on the image for full-sized glory.

Beta Testing the Apocalypse Pancil

Beta Testing Cover Process Part 1

Over the next few posts, I’m going to show some process imagery of the Beta Testing the Apocalypse cover. Here are the original two ideas for the cover… idea 2 won the day in the end.

Emergency Broadcast Cartoon

ebc_by_tomk_kaczynski

Found this while doing some cleaning. A trial comic done with different tools to see how well it’ll shrink. I think it’s from around the time I made Trans Atlantis.

Sketchbook 035

by Tom Kaczynski