Friday, January 16, 2015

Me at Comics Arts Los Angeles


Comics Arts Los Angeles 2014

Comics Arts Los Angeles. 

I Interviewed Nathan Bulmer and Berkeley Mews.

The very first Comic Arts Los Angeles 12/6, at the Think Tank Gallery in downtown LA. A “free, public event promoting the appreciation of comics, graphic novels, and sequential arts,” the event will have in attendance a bunch of pals of ours, including “Manly” co-creator Jesse Moynihan, past and current Adventure Timers Seo Kim, Phil Rynda, David C. Smith, and Andy Ristaino, Bravest Warriors character designer Bob Flynn, “Doctor Lollipop” character designer Brianne Drouhard, and Bee & PuppyCat’s Madeleine Flores, Becky Dreistadt, Frank Gibson, and Natasha Allegri. 

Comic Arts LA is free and open to the public. CALA


CALA 2014 COMICS IN ANIMATION panel

Comics in Animation
11:30 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.

As methods of visual storytelling, comics and animation are natural bedfellows. Among the legions of cartoonists-turned-animators in Los Angeles are Lisa Hanawalt (Bojack Horseman), Natasha Allegri (Bee & Puppycat), and Ryan Pequin (Regular Show), who will be talking to Phil Rynda (Adventure Time) about their experiences coexisting in the comics and animation worlds, how they create work unique to each form, and how comics and animation have cross-pollinated techniques.

CALA is a free, public event promoting the appreciation of comics, graphic novels, and sequential arts among the broader Los Angeles public.

Comic Arts LA will take place December 6th, 2014 at Think Tank Gallery in Downtown Los Angeles.



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