This is Peter Snejbjerg’s final cover for “The Devil’s Concubine” US. Tomorrow: “Previews” ad revealed.
Not final art, but we’re getting there…
More sketches from Oslo airport. I like the way the guy on the right is resting his mobile on his belly. Ever wonder exactly when all your vanity has gone and you just don’t care anymore? That’s the sign, I guess. When you start resting things on your belly, in public.
A one-day job in Oslo yesterday, speed drawing at a corporate seminar. My flight back was delayed, so I settled in with my sketchbook and a cup of coffee. Here are some of the results. Here’s a little truth about aiports, by the way; The reason they confiscate your mineral water at the security check […]
Just as I had written a post about it, Danish comic fan site Serieland made sure my book “Skyggen af Bevis” is now available for reading online – with my permission, of course. Serieland offers a mix of new and old comics for free online reading. The site is in Danish, but they have a few English comics as well. […]
After “Fusion” the roleplaying game, I wanted to do something else. Something a non-roleplayer could pick up and enjoy. But at the same time, I knew I had something of a fan base in the RPG underground. What to do? I think it was at some convention a guy showed me a White Wolf comic, based […]