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The Devil's Concubine: BLOWING S**T UP

The Devil’s Concubine: BLOWING S**T UP

This is what I love about doing comics. That’s a vintage car I’m blowing up, two “actors” risking their life… What would that scene cost if this was a Hollywood movie? But in a graphic novel, what does it cost me to do? Nothing! If I can draw it, I can blow it up. The […]

The Devil's Concubine: DANISH REVIEWS

The Devil’s Concubine: DANISH REVIEWS

I’ve gathered  some reviews of the Danish book. They’re in Danish (surprise) but I thought I would share it with you anyway: Seriejournalen:“De gode takter var allerede at spore i “Skyggen af bevis”, men med “Blodets konkubine” realiseres de næsten alle sammen. Alt er super-prof fra selve værket til dens indpakning…”Læs resten af anmeldelsen her. […]

The Devil's Concubine: COVER ARTIST

The Devil’s Concubine: COVER ARTIST

Let’s start the year off with a bang… It’s official: Danish comic book sensation Peter Snejbjerg has signed on to do a new cover for the US edition of “The Devil’s Concubine“. Peter is known for his work on books such as “The Lords of Misrule“, “Books of Magic”, “Starman”, “The Light Brigade” and “A God […]

The Devil's Concubine: TRAVELLING MONEY

The Devil’s Concubine: TRAVELLING MONEY

Just got word that I have received a travel grant to promote “The Devil’s Concubine” in the US this summer. Thank you, Danish Art Council! The plane ticket is now paid for by Danes’ hard-earned tax money. I assure you that any leftover funds will be spent on comics and colored drinks. I can’t wait. Looking […]

Work in progress: STILETTO

Work in progress: STILETTO

Perhaps introductions are in order. Here are the two protagonist in “Stiletto”. The smarmy guy to the left is Alphonse Ruiz, his older partner to the right is Maynard. This is just a pin-up I did, trying out some new loose techniques. If the pair seem familiar, it’s because they appeared in “The Devil’s Concubine“.

Work in progress: STILETTO

Work in progress: STILETTO

Part 5: Milestones Making a 120 page graphic novel, you need a set of landmarks or you’ll get lost. I started with dividing the story into three parts. Seemed like an appropriate number. I have now finished the first 40 pages and printed a sample for presentation. The three acts don’t completely follow the Hollywood standard, […]