Archive for December, 2012

Midwinter Night’s Dreams #4

Pen and ink, 1994.

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Midwinter Night’s Dreams #3

Pen and Ink, 1994.

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Midwinter Night’s Dreams #2

Pen and ink.  1994

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Midwinter Night’s Dreams #1

The ground’s froze hard.  Keen as the frost. Time to bank the fire, settle in under the puff, and see what dreams we are made of.

Pen and ink, 1994.

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Speaking In Pictures

This is a page from an unpublished experimental comic I did in 1979.  It began life as a rejected try-out story for CREEPY magazine; to which I added captions and balloons filled with pictures instead of words.

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The Complete Snarg And Toot

This is as far as I got.

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ARTHUR Sighted In The Wild

Hot off the presses!  Cool size, eh?

I’m not sure if ARTHUR is going to be distributed to comic book stores.  But I am sure there is a limited print run. To insure you get your copy head over to the ARTHUR website.

Update:  Jay just sent a link to this list of retailers who will be carrying ARTHUR.

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Zen Pain Tomorrow

Digital sketch.  November 2012.

 

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God’s Bee

Digital sketch.  Summer of 2012

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Dusting Off The Blogwebs

Hi!  Remember me?  Rick?  Veitch?  You know, the cartoonist?  I was the guy who used to post every day with some odd-ball artifact from a life-time of making comics.   Yes, I’ve been a sorry excuse for a blogger.  But after a few months down in the commercial art coal mine, I’m crawling into the daylight and hope to be posting again regularly.

I know I promised at least one more post on Joe Kubert, and I’ve got a good one rolling around in the backbrain.

But first I wanted to alert the world that the much-loved, much-missed ARTHUR Magazine is coming back.  And it’s got me answering Jay Babcock’s penetrating and intuitive questions about my dream art and dreamwork.  Alan Moore chimes in too.  The new ARTHUR is going to be print only and tabloid size, so I’m delighted they chose to use my very recent Self-Portrait in Six Dimensions on the cover.  The first new issue (#33) releases on December 22.  You can order a copy direct from their site. Or better yet, subscribe.

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