cavalcade o’guys

April 12th, 2006 | Uncategorized

I went down to White River Junction today to hear a panel discussion with Chris Ware, Seth, and Ivan Brunetti at the Center for Cartoon Studies. I forgot my camera so I had to draw. Here’s Seth. Seth
And Chris Ware. chris ware
And Ivan Brunetti. ivan brunetti
And James Sturm, the director of the school. james sturm

9 Responses to “cavalcade o’guys”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Hurrah for the good old CCS! I’ve never met Brunetti or Ware, but you nailed both Sturm and Seth. (Should that be “Sturm und Seth”?)

  2. shoshanna says:

    Fabulous work. I enjoyed your portraits in “The Indelible”; it’s nice to see more portrait work here. Thanks for sharing.

    (And really … did you actually consider taking a camera to a cartoonists’ convention?!? The present outcome is much better.)

  3. B Moore says:

    Great stuff. I love the drawing of Ware.

  4. Anonymous says:

    That’s exactly how I always imagined Chris Ware would look.

  5. lem1955 says:

    I hope you’ve sent the drawings to the men. They should be in their next newsletter. They’re great.

  6. asrai says:

    i love your drawings. i wish i could draw like you. or draw at all really.

    just a funny thing i thought you’d all like in light of Sydney and the parodies of academic language. the journal philosophy and literature runs an annual “bad writing contest”. judith butler won one with a particularly sydney-esque sentence….

  7. Anonymous says:

    Chris Ware is coming to the Wisconsin Book Festival this fall … I can’t wait to see him! Along with Marjane Satrapi and hopefully Lynda J. Barry. Maybe they’ll invite you, too???

  8. shadocat says:

    much more fun than any picture a camera would take;probably more revealing, too.

    any news about where the strip is going to end up? I’m getting ready to send in my $30 if I have to…

  9. Leanne says:

    I get so used to just seeing your characters as themselves (vs as drawings) that I forget how well you draw. How much I liked those postcards drawn from the model way back when. Love these drawings.