1. If I won Neil Gaiman in an auction…

    If I won Neil Gaiman in an auction…

  2. Got a Wii U last week, and now I have Art Academy Sketchpad installed - a really nice program which yields nice results! A perfect way to practice with colors and different pencils and crayons.

  3. mindfuckmath:

This is by Margreet de Heer.  You can visit her website by clicking here.

    mindfuckmath:

    This is by Margreet de Heer.  You can visit her website by clicking here.

  4. This is an animation of two pages from my book, highlighting the scientific developments during the Middle Ages. Please feel free to share!

  5. I met the amazingly nice and possibly superhuman Neil Gaiman at his booksigning in Rotterdam! Read the full story here: http://bit.ly/18CN2LH

    I met the amazingly nice and possibly superhuman Neil Gaiman at his booksigning in Rotterdam! Read the full story here: http://bit.ly/18CN2LH

  6. When we were in Oxford on holiday, it was graduation week: students in their official robes and high spirits were everywhere! I spotted this scene in Christ Church Meadows, where a graduate and his family were celebrating with a picnic.

    When we were in Oxford on holiday, it was graduation week: students in their official robes and high spirits were everywhere! I spotted this scene in Christ Church Meadows, where a graduate and his family were celebrating with a picnic.

  7. I put a whole lot of brainy cartoons up on my blog, here: http://bit.ly/11N9znJ

    I put a whole lot of brainy cartoons up on my blog, here: http://bit.ly/11N9znJ

  8. Small drawing I did when reading Neil Gaiman’s ‘The Ocean At The End Of The Lane’. A very intriguing book.

    Small drawing I did when reading Neil Gaiman’s ‘The Ocean At The End Of The Lane’. A very intriguing book.

  9. Socrates and the Three Sieves - from my book ‘Philosophy: a Discovery in Comics’. The drawing hand is not mine but the default one in the animation program (Sparkol) - but it looks very much like my own. Except that I hold my pens in a funny way.

  10. I made this animation as an advert for my upcoming book, using the free trial account op Sparkol.

  11. Comic for magazine Open Deur.

    Comic for magazine Open Deur.

  12. This is my drawn explanation of the Scientific Method, from my book Science: a Discovery in Comics, which will be published in the US this Summer.
In The Netherlands, this image is sent out to schools on a postcard, to help students remember how to make their science reports. If you’re a teacher, feel free to make use of this picture - just as long as you leave the source in! Remember, there’s much more science where that came from, and it’s in my newest book!
(Pre-order on Amazon here)

    This is my drawn explanation of the Scientific Method, from my book Science: a Discovery in Comics, which will be published in the US this Summer.

    In The Netherlands, this image is sent out to schools on a postcard, to help students remember how to make their science reports. If you’re a teacher, feel free to make use of this picture - just as long as you leave the source in! Remember, there’s much more science where that came from, and it’s in my newest book!

    (Pre-order on Amazon here)

  13. Here’s the end result of the drawing I posted a preliminary sketch for a few weeks ago. It’s now colored, printed on a HUGE piece of wallpaper and glued to the wall of cafe Terrasmus in the Erasmuspark.
You can read the whole story and see more pictures on my blog: Picture in the Park, Park in the Picture

    Here’s the end result of the drawing I posted a preliminary sketch for a few weeks ago. It’s now colored, printed on a HUGE piece of wallpaper and glued to the wall of cafe Terrasmus in the Erasmuspark.

    You can read the whole story and see more pictures on my blog: Picture in the Park, Park in the Picture

  14. The cover for ‘Anything That Loves’ has been revealed! My Minnie is in the T. (and my husband & myself, in disguise, are in the E)

    northwestpress:

    The cover image for Anything That Loves, at last! As well as an image of the inside covers; the book will have John Lustig’s “Last Kiss” comics (one of which has been the “face” of ATL for this Kickstarter) as endpapers.

    The Kickstarter to fund the printing of the book and other Northwest Press projects will be open for another two weeks. Consider it a preorder, and grab a copy of the book before anyone else! :-D

    http://anythingthatloves.com