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Getting visual

A while ago, Scott Torrance asked me whether it would be okay to include a few of my drawings in an e-book he was putting together.  He sent me a draft version, and lo and behold, it featured the work of some people I admire greatly (plus some people I had never heard of who are also amazing). So of course I said yes.

Little did I know the book, which was eventually published under the title 143 Visuals would make such a splash. First published on gumroad.com, it was then featured on slidehare.net (where it’s been viewed more than 13,000 times, at the time of this writing), and then made its way to iTunes, where it’s still available for free.

In case you’re interested, you can also read a short interview with Scott Torrance on Mike Rohde’s blog Sketchnote Army.

Looking forward to the sequel, 144 Visuals!

143 visuals

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Cartooning Exercises

At the moment, it’s incredibly hard to find the time to draw, but whenever I have a little time on my hands these days, I turn to Ivan Brunetti’s wonderful little book Cartooning. It’s a collection of exercises for aspiring cartoonists, and so far I have only managed to do one set of them. However, it’s been a lot of fun, and I wanted to share the results with you. Ivan Brunetti: Cartooning Exercises (1)

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