I’m excited to share with you the final cover art (Korra drawn by Joaquim Dos Santos and painted by me, with a background painting by Fred Stewart) for the upcoming Korra Book One: Air art book, published by our good friends at Dark Horse Books. This was a real labor of love (heavy on the labor) for Mike, Joaquim, and me and all those who helped as we put this book together, and we are so proud of all the great artists’ work inside and can’t wait to share it with all of you. The plan is to do one of these art books per “book” of Korra (so four total), which is daunting yet fantastic.
Direct market on sale date: July 24, 2013.
Book market on sale date: August 6, 2013.
9” x 12” hardcover, 144 pages
One could say this is the precise microscopic point where science and art converge.
A Boy and His Atom, The World’s Smallest Movie, from IBM
The fortune cookie from the season five finale of Star Wars: The Clone Wars seems especially relevant considering the news about the series today:
After all the worrying I did over Ahsoka the last few episodes of the season, it never occurred to me to worry about the show.
It’s official! In addition to picking up new series Breadwinners, Nickelodeon has picked up Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles for a third season!
Can I get a “High three!”?
HUGE congratulations to John Kahrs for Paperman’s win at the Oscars last night!!! I could absolutely not be more proud of him and the entire team (my neighbors heard so too). Thank you thank you thank you for letting me be a small part of it!!
Here’s a little section of boards I did that were not used - at one point George was fighting the daily commuters and the paper planes helped him get to the platform, but Meg was gone by then….
…I have no idea why the board artists are listed under “screenwriters,” but this idea and story came wholly from John and was based on his experience living in New York.
This short was a thing of beauty! Congratulations!
So, today at work (for research of course) I was reintroduced to the world of savagery, super-science, and sorcery that is “Thundarr the Barbarian”! This is why I love working in cartoons!