Tuesday, September 17, 2019

The kitchen floor

I can't see the kitchen floor anymore! It's full of new pages!

Wednesday, July 10, 2019

"The Tax Evader"

I have been looking a lot at Felix Vallotton's use of black and white, and have done a series of drawings in this vein recently. This one is a bit of a jab at Jacques Tardi's rants against the death penalty (which of course wasn't so long ago abolished in France since he did those comic strips featuring the guillotine...) I figured my characters to be cheering. Well, maybe tax evasion would be the only crime left still punishable by Madame Guillotine in their world. We'll see...

Tuesday, July 09, 2019

Acid Vomit! Kickstarter Is Alive!

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I'm currently running a Kickstarter for my first art book Acid Vomit! Please check it out, share & enjoy.

Saturday, June 15, 2019

Work in progress June 2019

There's a bunch more less realized ones on my personal blog.

Tuesday, May 14, 2019

Bike ride

The front of sketchbook #74, somewhat inspired by a photograph by August Sander.

Friday, April 26, 2019

New sketchbook

Sketchbook #73. White ink on black paper.

Sunday, March 31, 2019

Psychopathia Sexualis

Yes, Robert Crumb did his adaptation of this classic book in the 1980s already (and it's excellent, i may add) but that did not stop me from taking it as subject as well, for the next issue of underground mag KUTLUL. I bought my copy back in the 1990s in German and wrestled my way through the parts in Latin (which pays off because those are the dirtiest). Just remember it's intended for serious readers.

Wednesday, February 13, 2019


Study of one of the main characters in "1913 Forever", named Strapatsky. White ink on black paper.

Thursday, February 07, 2019


Spontaneity is a great thing IMO, but sometimes there are just too many little things that didn't quite work out on this here comic page. The devil is in the detail (how trite that may sound). So, the version on top is the new one. Not a big change of plan, but an improvement, i hope. 

I don't do this kind of thing often, but when there is such a situation, drawing the whole thing over is actually less work then to "tweak" it digitally... I hate that. It never works and you don't win time. It's one of those things that will make me want to  burst out in a bitter old man's rant. Digital technology may make several things easier, but it is solely geared towards your convenience. So in the worst case, it leads to lazy artists cutting corners, or trying to do that. I for one happen to like to draw a lot, so, commercial artwork aside, i don't mind spending time on it. Creating is not something that you want to get over with as soon as possible, right? 

Wednesday, January 16, 2019