Killing for a Living With a background in the French Foreign Legion and an intimidating physique, Jean-Luc ought to be the right man for a little freelance murder. He is effective, if not too bright, and he doesn’t get attached to people or things – Except his car, a 1960’s Citroën. A loner by heart, […]
It’s official; I have been accepted to the Danish Film School screenwriting master class. So next year will be pretty busy… I posted this news to Facebook yesterday and got over a hundred “likes”. So it seems there are people out there who appreciate my efforts to break from the artist to writer side of things. Not […]
All the interviews I did at New York Comic Con this October, edited together for your enjoyment. The music is Robert Green’s “Kiss Me While We’re Waiting to get Famous”.
Today I am the artist Palle Schmidt. Yesterday I was the writer Palle Schmidt. I really want to write more, but people keep wanting me to draw and they’re shovelling money at me and praising my artwork. How can I turn them down? Such a dillema. Anyway, I’m not going to show you the boring work-for-hire […]
People have asked me what a comics script looks like. Well, here’s a sample of how I do it: As you can see, I pretty much write it like a movie script. Since I’m “directing” myself, there’s no need to include descriptions of each frame. I do the breakdowns later. Sometimes I edit a bit in […]
David Gallaher and Steve Ellis talk about their book Box 13.Filmed at New York Comic Con with an iPod.