Thursday, October 23, 2014

What Up! What Medallions and Vest! Skeleton!

expression update progress by Rob Ellis

medallion and vest added using using script/code SetUp by Nick Wolensky

Cerebus facial expression update progress

3 last Bonus Prints added to the Cerebus Kickstarter! 2 days left!
scroll down on the above link or see them here in the link below

Margaret Liss shares the notebooks: the making of Cerebus issue#98!

Preview of new Cerebus story by Dave Sim! And Dave in gag photos as a new foundation is layed on the "Off-White House"!
 for a better view of the comic in progress

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

What Ground Standing! What Breakfast! What Walnut!

sword adjustment by Rob Ellis

not actual music.
rough layout test render

rough effects concept layout

Dave Sim art auction: Alex Raymond & Linda Evangelista!

Dave Sim drawing new 8 page "Surreal Cerebus Tracing Paper" story!
Alex Robinson draws Cerebus characters for Inktober!

Sunday, October 19, 2014

What Lord Julius! What Pigts! What Butterfly!

animation update progress by Sergey Belyaev

sword added and animation update progress by Rob Ellis

very rough test render and composite

Cerebus Kickstarter four additional Bonus Prints! 1 week left!

and the latest on the "High Society DVD" from IDW

More of Don Simpson drawing Cerebus for "War of the Independents"

A look at 1994's list of "the 20 most powerful people in comics industry". Dave Sim is #12.

Thursday, October 16, 2014

What Wizard Parchment! What Pigt Following! What Village Hope!

rough concept layout trying something

lighting rough layout concept

sword added and animation update progress by Rob Ellis

"Cerebus Volume 1 Remastered Edition" spotlighted in Previews 
October edition!

Bleeding Cool Cerebus Kickstarter rewards! 9 days left!

Cerebus High Society Graphic Novel cleanup is (almooooooost) done! The team gives Canadian Thanksgiving thanks to the fans!

more on the making of the Graphic Novel and why there is a kiss on Dave Sim's notebook

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

What Heading! What Pigts!

test render

very rough layout concept test render

Dave Sim art auction: Dashhiell Hammett and William Randolph Hearst!

Monday, October 13, 2014

What pouch of gold! What Necross anticipation! What race!

We've been on a little hiatus. My main computer went down which gave us additional time to go over notes on the recent rough cut and what to focus on and set up a game plan.

render progress by MegaRender

lipsync and animation update progress by Philip Alexy

layout, sword added animation update by Rob Ellis

Cerebus Kickstarter New Bonus Prints!

Octoberfest Cerebus style by Gerhard!
Also here's Dave from a few days ago on his way to Octoberfest with cartoonist Mike Kitchen and his family

New Cerebus Film Tumblr page!

Site excited about the new "Cerebus Volume 1 Remastered Edition" and will be reading Cerebus for the first time

Spawn creator, Todd McFarlane tells USA Today he won't be satisfied until he surpasses the now-coveted #300 mark held by Dave Sims' "Cerebus". He says: "I have to have that record, too,"

Cerebus Graphic Novel restoration and cleanup progress!

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

What alertness! What skidding! What High Priest! And lots of exciting Cerebus news!

sword added and layout progress by Rob Ellis

sword added and layout progress by Rob Ellis

colorgrading progress


Sneak Peek: "Cerebus Cover Gallery HC". Order Now!

Dave Sim art auction

Happy Birthday to Deni Loubert - Aardvark-Vanaheim's publisher for the first 70 issues of Cerebus.

Don Simpson's progress on "War of the Independents" featuring a cameo of Cerebus!

Also features comic book characters created by Oliver Simonsen, the Director of the Cerebus feature film, Captain Zap and his two sidekicks: A-1 the Robot and Polly the Bird from Oliver's comic "Captain Zap"

Cerebus Action Figure progress

New review of "Cerebus: Church & State Volume 1"
From the article: "Church and State is, for many people, the high-water mark of Cerebus. Certainly, it’s the point at which everything comes together perfectly for the first time. If we’re to compare Sim to the Beatles, Church & State might be thought of as his Rubber Soul"