Fri. April 5th, 2013

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New podcast is up guys ... This week is part 2 of the interview with awesome illustrator, painter, comic book & sketch card artist, Edward Cherniga.

In this one Edwards gives his thoughts on sketch cards (and the business end of sketch cards) He talks a bit about the state of the comics biz, and also shares his aspirations to make his own creator owned comic book series.

...and as little added bonus, heres the first, fully painted page of my own, creator owned comic book series - Curse Of The Wolfs Heart.

Check out Edward's website, at ...http://www.cherniga.com/
and connect with him on facebook ... https://www.facebook.com/EdwardCherni

Music for this video was provided courtesy of Mevio's Music Alley
No Matter What by David Parker
Check him out at ... http://music.mevio.com/
... or visit Davids own website at ... http://www.soundclick.com/DavidParker

Hope everyone likes the show & see you next week!
- Jeff


Sean Tiffany said...

I haven't listened to the whole podcast yet, just the introduction, but the new page for the comic looks really great and I can't wait to see more. I love the movie and TV inspired sketch cards but I'm an even bigger fan of the stuff you draw yourself out of your own imagination. I can't wait to see it!

Jonathan Wallace said...

Congratulation DA. Jeff Hope you're able to keep the Podcast going really enjoy listening to them while I work.

~DANgerous124 said...

I can't believe I won I bought a Princess Leia print from you and you were kind enough to include two extra prints of Han Solo and Chewbacca. I never got to say thank you. I had planned on making a video of me reviewing your sketch cards. I had an issue with my video editing software not picking up my video files so I have to find another way of doing a review. I'm glad you decided to start doing comics. With deviantART's new comic reader, it might be a good digital platform for your upcoming comic.

*MarkRaats said...

Another fantastic end enlightening podcast mate..
Its always fascinating to hear how we get to the same place but so often from different directions!

Veronica Kosowski said...

I am in love with this painted page - so atmospheric, and the three-dimensionality of the castle is great. Looking forward to seeing more from this project!

*KarstenCoty-Scholl said...

Really amazing interview Jeff, was very thought provoking and entertaining, yet still learned a lot from it.
Also very excited to see your future comic come to fruition, that first page is simply stunning!

Jeff Lafferty said...

~DANgerous124 ... Congratulations Dan! and thanks for helping spread the word about my work. Message me and let me know what you address is again and I'll get the Mad Max card right out to you.


Jeff Lafferty said...

Sean Tiffany ... Thanks Sean, I appreciate that :)

Jonathan Wallace ... Thanks Jonathan!

~DANgerous124 ... Thanks again Dan

*MarkRaats ... Thanks Mark!

Veronica Kosowski ... Thank you Veronica, I'm working on page two now!

*KarstenCoty-Scholl ... Thanks Karsten!


Edward said...

Thanks to everyone for the kind words regarding the interview. Jeff, I cannot think a better outcome from our chat and I am excited to see you doing story work again. Cheers!

Mimi Cortazar said...

Great work !

*ignacio197 said...

You have a very cool style, and traditional !

*Jeffherndraw said...

Thanks Jeff! I've been watching your Youtube videos to stay motivated

Jeff Lafferty said...

Edward ... Thanks again Edward, your a good guy and very gracious to stop by and answer everyone comments here on the site!

Mimi Cortaza ... Thanks Mimi!

*ignacio197 ... Thanks a lot!

*Jeffherndraw ... Thanks Jeff. You do amazing work, so if I somehow help you stay inspired, then that makes me very happy. Thanks for the comment!


Shelley Noble said...

Super fantastic far out on the comic book, Jeff!

Imagine the book punctuated with living/moving, animated scenes from the work you've already put in on the stop mo!

Peter Palmiotti said...

Wonderful interview, definitely worth a 2nd listen to!

Jeff Lafferty said...

Shelley Noble ... Thanks Shelly

Peter Palmiotti ... Thanks a lot Peter.