Read MoreThe Gamut of Comic Creators at Sheridan College in the 1970s
As a child growing up in the 1980s and 1990s, I was innocently unaware of the fact that many of the cartoons that I watched were produced in Canada. Companies like Nelvana, Atkinson Film-Arts, Cinar and later Mainframe Entertainment and…
Read MoreOut with the old, and in with the…old?
Happy New Year Everyone! At the end of 2016, I decided to sell off some of my original art collection. It is always a bit of a scary proposition, because unlike Graded Comic Books the price of artwork can have…
A gathering of wonderful art spotted by yours truly these last few days: Anderson, Wrightson, Green, Poplaski, Trimpe, Kane, Sutton.Read MoreWeb Arted Jan 8th
A gathering of wonderful art spotted by yours truly these last few days.Read MoreWeb Arted Feb 13th
A gathering of wonderful art spotted by yours truly these last few days at Hake's Auction 213.Read MoreWeb Arted Nov 7th
In the mid '70's I was part of an advanced art class in Valley Heights Secondary School. My art teacher was Ross Bateman, younger brother of the famous Canadian wildlife artist Robert Bateman. He made it possible for those who were seriously considering a career in art to have 2 periods per day where we could work on whatever field we intended to go into. You guessed it: for me that was drawing comics.Read MoreMy Journey Through H.G. Wells’ Time Machine