Andrew Hart is a Co-Founder of the Philadelphia Cartoonist Society. He uses a quill pen and a thin, but powerful line. You can scroll through his blog with immaculate sketch pages by clicking HERE. You can read all of his syndicated, sweet and gloom-embracing Winston comics HERE.
Look at these detailed sketchbooks drawings and intense, refined drawings from M. Gérin on his Tumblr.
Everett from Mineshaft sent Meathaus over the latest issue and a note that says:
Hope like the new Mineshaft.
Best wishes to you and Meathaus.
Yes! Thanks for this exciting comics, drawing, writing and Crumb’s dreams magazine. You’ve got Christoph Mueller doing a comic about growing up obsessing over Crumb then meeting him and corresponding with him, some Mary Fleener, Jay Lynch, Bill Griffith, and more in Issue 30. William Crook Jr. draws some city and landscapes. We took so long to get this post up you can already get your eyeballs over to the Mineshaft website and pre-order issue #31, coming right up! See previous issue of Mineshaft sent to Meathaus here.
Samuel Cochetel has been drawing in his sketchbooks in a fatter, simpler ink line recently often with gray marker shading. Also check out his illustration work and older sketchbook work on his website and tumblr and these last two posts we did about him.
Robertryan Cory made some cartoon waves recently when he shared the cartoon design theory lecture slides that he presented to students at CalArts. See the C-brew post on that. But since we last dug into his Flickr he’s loaded a new wave of next-level placemat art and sketchbook pieces on there. Take a look.