Wednesday, November 12, 2008

more mysterius activity...

jeff and i did an interview(?) over at cbr about the creative process (or at least our creative process, which is mostly paper-mâché and thumb wrestling). so if you're a fan of me babbling like an idiot (and i know you are) then swing on over.

here's some of the mysterius prep stuff we talk about...



10 comments:

Ty said...

Is there some sort of hidden meaning with the t-shirt of the monkey with the missile in its mouth?

Looking forward to the book.

tomfowler said...

only that rocket eating monkeys are awesome

Otter said...

It somehow entirely fails to surprise me that you've already drawn a naked Delfi.

Just sayin'.

=shane white= said...

Love the pencil studies. I wish I was able to convincingly get as much character down with the consistency from pose to pose.

I need more animation training in my diet. Or more Fowler.

=s=

deakat said...

Wow! You've been a busy guy. That'll teach me to get caught up in my personal drama and neglect my friends' blogs. I'll be buying myself some comics for my birthday in January. :)

tomfowler said...

chris: you haven't seen the books and books that i've devoted to naked mysterius...

shane: i don't know that animation training necessarily helps any. i produced some of the worst drawing of my life while i was working (however briefly) in animation. both in my professional and personal work.

to many short cuts and bad habits...

deanne: i glad to hear someone will be buying it.

aside from my mum of course.

deakat said...

By the way, I've syndicated you on LiveJournal (http://syndicated.livejournal.com/bigbugblarg/) so that I won't miss any future updates. S'alright?

tomfowler said...

i have no idea what that means, but it sounds fine to me...

Leigh G said...

Ahhhh Mrs Fowler...long time no speaky...
Very much looking forward to getting this book my friend. Me and Michael were singing your praises when I visited the offices in October.
I thought he crossed the line when he said you had "tight buns" though...

tomfowler said...

no no. they are exceptionally tight.