I was halfway through the inks when I realized the paper was one inch wider than my usual brand and I had to find a way to trim one horizontal inch from each of the double panels. the one where he looks out the window was easy - i cut half an inch from each end - but the ones at top and bottom, I had to cut the guy out completely and slide him (and his word balloons) an inch to the left before inking the backgrounds. The finished page is this thick, multilayered monstrosity which, if shot on a drum scanner, may pop half-dressed bankers all over the floor…

Now get off me and fix us a drink. Going back and adding material to the early chapters while i ponder what happens next…

Dividing the loot - sorry it has been awhile between posts - been going back and adding more stuff to earlier scenes. Anyhow, our guys made their getaway and now it’s up to the cops…

HA-HA-HA—WHEW! page 76 finds our guys making their getaway in a mid-fifties Buick. Interior car shots are a pain in the ass - i believe the camera is inside the glove box, here…

HURRY UP! detail from p75…

~THE HELL? TH&TH, page 74.

Surprised to discover door is locked. Sometimes a single gesture can really hang you up - this took well over an hour to hammer out and I am still not entirely happy with it but i think it’s probably as good as it’s gonna get. Drawing is fucking hard work — at least for me…

Two-gun doggy from page 72 :)

Here’s three pages worth of material compressed into one page, which just goes to show that i make a lot of unnecessary work for myself…
Anyhow - our guys finally see some action!

Finally some almost action, here - our guy, Lonnie on the morning of the big heist; assembling the team and getting suited up…

Happy Easter, y’all.

Traveling in Spain for a week or two - we drove through this gap, looking for parking in Toledo…

ajmcguire:

Portrait commissioned for my wedding from Graham Chaffee.
Here it is framed:
And here it is in a poorly lit room on the wall next to a James Stokoe Galactus:

So, this is nice - but check out that awesome Galactus!

ajmcguire:

Portrait commissioned for my wedding from Graham Chaffee.

Here it is framed:

And here it is in a poorly lit room on the wall next to a James Stokoe Galactus:

So, this is nice - but check out that awesome Galactus!

(Reblogged from ajmcguire)

aaronhartman:

Report dog bites, Earl Schuler, 1941, silkscreen poster

Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division, WPA Poster Collection

Most of the people that saw this in 1941 failed to report dog-bites and now most of them are dead - so there ya go…

(Reblogged from aaronhartman)

Been working away at TH&TH - adding a few scenes here and there. Here’s a sampler of the new material - Redd Foxx joins the cast :)