I’m a sucker for drawing bookshelves.
Draw your portrait guvn’r? Your likeness on a scrap of paper to treasure and keep? Only the price of a cup of tea.
Sometimes I have to draw characters to convince my students I am qualified to teach them stuff. Never with much success.
He also wanted to go as a Minecraft Creeper. I drew this a lot looser than usual, just for fun. Not sure if it works?
If you like reading books with lots of pictures in them, you can buy mine extra cheap (with free worldwide shipping) here.
One From The Archives: May 2008 It pains me to look back at my old strips. But I’m doing it anyway. This particular strip is my brother Jack’s favourite comic of mine. He likes it more than the better ones I do these days. You’d like my brother Jack, he’s a lot taller than me.
(source: my old livejournal)
Look at this lovely thing that arrived yesterday. It’s the new issue of Papier from French publisher Editions Delcourt. An anthology edited by Yannick Lejeune and Lewis Trondheim. And I’ve got a five page story in there. There’s also stuff by Trondheim, Guy Delisle, Boulet and a heap of other great people. I couldn’t be in better company. C’est bon.
- Anonymous asked:you're my all-time favorite cartoonist/ comic artist. i'm kind of torn between wanting to be a Serious Artist & develop a really unique style & tell strange, thought-provoking stories (like you) and wanting to draw fanart of ppl kissing. i feel like if i do the latter i can't do the former. any advice? thanks in advance
those aren’t mutually exclusive concerns! nobody’s keeping track on the “serious artist” scoreboard, don’t worry