Thursday, November 16, 2017

Cerebus film survives worst fire in California history

Our home is partially destroyed, but luckily we're alive - and the multiple hard drives with Cerebus film material made it as well. WHEW.
Though some material is backed up on the cloud (thanks to George Gatsis for providing use of his cloud) a lot isn't. In fact so much I'm not sure the film would have survived had the hard drives been lost.
This has been the least productive 5 weeks in the long history of making this film as we've been hotel hopping with our 3 kitties, but there is light at the end of the tunnel, things are settling - and at the end of next week we should be moving into our new place back in LA.
Our little excursion to Santa Rosa happened 3 years ago for no other reason that this is where Charles Schulz worked on "Peanuts". It was an incredibly tranquil time that came to a nightmarish end. And hopefully maybe just a little bit of Schulz' spirit infused the film - though I know Dave has his own criticism of the strip...anyway, it's somewhat fitting to be leaving as Charles Schulz' home is now burnt down.

Below are a couple of images from the current facebook challenge making the rounds "7 black and white images featuring no humans, no animals and no explanation". I was nominated by Matt Dow right prior to the fire - and as of yesterday Matt is now running the Cerebus HQ blog "A moment of Cerebus". Big congrats!!!

Sunday, September 17, 2017

What return back!

Everything is now "test rendered" but some small odds and ends - less than 10 seconds combined. Will be going over what to tweak as we focus on "final pieces". Not yet sure what to post here moving forward - have to save something for the final film (and generally for when we get closer to hype the release).


Dave Sim Weekly Update Episode 200: Dave in new hardcover book "Jack Kirby 100"

Monty shares his Cerebus original art page

Bleeding Cool article on Cerebus comic book environment artist Gerhard
additional Gerhard convention pics cerebus fanart found on Instagram

Friday, September 8, 2017

What Minotaur, "Spikes" and bird!

test render

test render

As it stands we have now "test rendered" the entire film save a few seconds of odds and ends. So now all that remains are final polished pieces...though we should save something for the final film - so not sure what we'll post moving forward, but we'll think of something. It will probably be much more sporadic till it's time to start hyping things up for a premiere.


Dave Sim Weekly Update: "Comic writing advice, Gus Funnell, Al Hewetson"

Spanish video review of "Cerebus: Church and State". I tried the youtube translate function, but gave up as it was still a little too hard to follow.

Tuesday, September 5, 2017

What bird! What merchant!

test render

test render

Monday, September 4, 2017

What door open!

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Dave Sim Weekly Update: BatVark origin! Dave Sim's Bruce Wayne smoking jacket! Batvark contest winner! And more!!

Coming in December - order now: "The Canadian Alternative: Cartoonists, Comics, and Graphic Novels" featuring Cerebus on the cover

Thursday, August 31, 2017

What Rolling Along!


Bleeding Cool spotlights "DEATH OF CEREBUS IN HELL #1" comicbook. Order now!

"Out right geekery" puts the comic "Batvark #1" in their "top 5". "Batvark #1" is in stores this week

"Invest Comics" puts the comic "Batvark #1" in their "top 5" as well. ""Batvark#1" in stores this week

Dave Sim Weekly Update: BatVark! Colin Upton!

Dave Sim Weekly Update: Colin Upton!! And Jim Pinkoski sells a half million comics!

Cory Foster's reread of Cerebus continues with "Guys"

Gerhard draws Aaquavark? and more in link

The first Cerebus collaboration between Dave and Gerhard now up on "Comic Art Fans" - click image in link for super close up view of page

Blog highlighting the "Single Page" feature from Cerebus where Sim offered comic creators a platform in the back of his comics, giving artists exposure to an audience eager for new alternative comics. For a while, the Single Pages were some of the best value comics available, with one page offering up a wide variety of styles and techniques from established pros and new talent alike. Below see feminist comic artist Trina Robbins' page click link for more

John Christian shares his find of young Dave Sim (11?) fan letter to Superman

VICE comic book artist Tyler Boss draws Cerebus

MSN features story regarding Cerebus' huge record:)

Wednesday, August 16, 2017

What Alley UVs!

Cerebus Film: "Prince Mick and Prince Keef alley" environment UV texture update by Rob Ellis


Dave Sim Weekly Update: "Cerebus In Hell? #0 Officially SOLD OUT!!"