Tuesday, December 27, 2016

What Bus!

Bus ad idea:)

Sunday, December 25, 2016

What a year!!!

Saturday, December 24, 2016

What hallway decorations!

test render update


London central comic book store "Orbital Comics" picks "Cerebus in hell?" as "Greatest Return" on staff's "favorites of 2016" lists

Friday, December 23, 2016

What Grim Reaper!

test render update


Dave Sim Weekly Update: Cerebus In Hell? #1 ~ Coming to a Store Near You! http://momentofcerebus.blogspot.com/2016/12/weekly-update-162-cerebus-in-hell-1.html

and order "Cerebus in hell?' issue 3 https://www.previewsworld.com/Catalog/JAN171148
And this week's all new "Cerebus in hell?" online comic strips http://momentofcerebus.blogspot.com/2016/12/cerebus-in-hell-week-26.html

Cerebus on 2 CBR (Comic Book Resources) lists

"Best Wolverine parodies"

top comic runs of 2016

2 new editions to the "Wall of Cerebus" at Escape Pod Comics comic book store by Mark Wheatley and John Porcellino

Monday, December 19, 2016

What Holidays!


"The Comics Beat" spotlights the progress on Dave Sim's magnum opus "The Strange Death of Alex Raymond"

Sunday, December 18, 2016

Wednesday, December 14, 2016

What Cerebus Shadow Beast Battle!

 "Cerebus stumbles battling the Shadow Beast" animation progress by Sergey Belyaev

Tuesday, December 13, 2016

What Rough Teaser Ideas!

Below some very rough Cerebus teaser movie poster ideas

Sunday, December 11, 2016

What Shadow Beast Battle!

 "Cerebus battling Shadow Beast" animation progress by Sergey Belyaev.

Saturday, December 10, 2016

What "Pigt" tribe!

test render update


Dave Sim was LIVE today answering questions on the last day of kickstarter for restoration of the Oscar Wilde tribute "Cerebus: Melmoth" graphic novel http://momentofcerebus.blogspot.com/

Dave Sim Weekly Update: hours left of kickstarter! PLUS: get yer postcards!! http://momentofcerebus.blogspot.com/2016/12/weekly-update-160-cerebus-postcard.html

This week's brand new Cerebus online comic strips http://momentofcerebus.blogspot.com/2016/12/cerebus-in-hell-week-24.html

Saturday, December 3, 2016

What ladder climbing! What Clouds!

test render

clouds created and rendered by Rob Ellis


Article compares Cerebus to Bojack Horseman: "Bojack Horseman owes a lot to Cerebus the Aardvark" https://www.overthinkingit.com/2016/11/30/tracing-lineage-bojack-horseman/

Friday, December 2, 2016

What Lid?

test render - and oops just realized didn't use the updated texture environment file


This week's all new "Cerebus in hell?" online comic strips http://momentofcerebus.blogspot.com/2016/12/cerebus-in-hell-week-23.html

Dave Sim Weekly Update: Jerry Siegel 

The comic review series "Sanctuary of Reality" has just completed "Cerebus: Melmoth"

"Cerebus: Melmoth" kickstarter-graphic-novel-restoration-campaign continues

Watercolor painting of Cerebus by Mark Wheatley

Now on Amazon Prime. Haven't watched yet, but will - hey, especially seeing how their revolution was inspired by Cerebus

Monday, November 28, 2016

What Battle!

"Skeleton Fight sequence" rough puttogether of test renders 


The ongoing comic review series "Sanctuary of Reality" is up to Cerebus issue #146

Sunday, November 27, 2016

What Leap!

test render

Friday, November 25, 2016

What Skeletons!

test render

test render


Dave Sim's Weekly Update: high praise for Colin Upton's new comic "Kicking At The Darkness" http://momentofcerebus.blogspot.com/2016/11/weekly-update-158-colin-uptons-kicking.html

This week's all new Cerebus online comic strips http://momentofcerebus.blogspot.com/2016/11/cerebus-in-hell-week-22.html

Order "Cerebus in hell?" issue 1!

Thursday, November 24, 2016

What Moonlight! What Skull!

created and rendered by Rob Ellis

alternative idea test render update


Below Thanksgiving Holiday Greetings" from Red Anvil Comics

"Cerebus in Hell?" review

Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Tuesday, November 22, 2016

What Perplexion!

test render


Cerebus-Graphic-Novel-restoration-kickstarter continues with the 6th "phonebook" in the series: "Melmoth"

The Comics Reporter shout out to latest kickstarter http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/comics_by_request_people_places_in_need_of_funding112116/

 "Sanctuary of Reality" starts reviewing Melmoth https://youtu.be/ajWqb-19LpI

Image Comics founder Erik Larsen of "Savage Dragon" fame:
"Crazy to think I'm almost in the 220s now. 81 issues away from tying Dave Sim's record on Cerebus. 82 away from beating it".

Aaron Conley draws Cerebus with his comic character Sabertooth Swordsman https://www.instagram.com/p/BNFkCCvj1Mg/

Comic artist Indigo Kelleigh starts drawing of Cerebus https://www.instagram.com/p/BNFhboTBg_U/?taken-by=indigo_k

Sunday, November 20, 2016

What Cerebus and Skeleton tumbling!

test render


"A Moment of Cerebus" blog turns 5 years old! Happy Birthday!! http://momentofcerebus.blogspot.com/2016/11/happy-5th-birthday-amoc.html

Two Dave Sim videos featured in the latest "The Comics Reporter Video Parade"

Erik Jacoby: My friend, local comic book creator/writer/artist Roy Chang, drew up this wonderful Cerebus for me on Local Comic Shop Day! at Other Realms Ltd - The Comic & Game Specialist
I think he did a bang up job!!!

Saturday, November 19, 2016

What Chop! What Hurling!

slight test render update

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Dave Sim Weekly Update: Penguin/Random House deal http://momentofcerebus.blogspot.com/2016/11/weekly-update-157-fame-at-last.html

This week's online "Cerebus in hell?" comic strips http://momentofcerebus.blogspot.com/2016/11/cerebus-in-hell-week-21.html

Cerebus Superfan Award winning Jesse Herndon is back with "Sanctuary of Reality". Jesse says: "Finally finished video-reviewing all of "Cerebus: Jaka's Story"!

"Cerebus: Melmoth" Graphic-Novel-restoration-kickstarter continues http://momentofcerebus.blogspot.com/2016/11/the-cerebus-ending-crisis-can-we-keep_18.html

Page 45 "Cerebus: Cover Art Treasury" review

a Spanish comicbook youtube channel made a brief clip skimming the book "Cerebus: Cover Art Treasury"

"32 PAGES, 2 STAPLES" podcast praises "Cerebus in Hell? #0"
and "Cerebus Cover Art Treasury" and new Gerhard/Morrison story in "Heavy Metal #283" (starting at 31:00)

Joe Pruitt draws Cerebus

Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Tuesday, November 15, 2016

What Moon! What Clouds!

CGI moon and clouds created and test rendered by Rob Ellis

Monday, November 14, 2016

What Duck?

test render update

test render

Sunday, November 13, 2016

What Running!

"Skeleton stabs Cerebus seeks higher ground" test render

Saturday, November 12, 2016

What Fighting!

test render update


"Cerebus: Melmoth" Graphic Novel restoration Kickstarter now started https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/c-minus-kid/can6-cerebus-archive-number-six

Dave Sim Weekly Update: "Cerebus Archive #6" Is Now Live! http://momentofcerebus.blogspot.com/2016/11/weekly-update-156-cerebus-archive-6-is.html https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8WWB4PKM8vk

Phil reviews "Cerebus in Hell?" #0: "...surpassingly strange. Only Sim could conceive of something like this, and only Sim could pull it off — which he does"

Menachem Tzvi Perlow:
Found this sign in the graphic novel section of North York Centeral Library in Toronto.

Thursday, November 10, 2016

What Omen!

test render

test render update


This week's all new "Cerebus in hell?" comic strips http://momentofcerebus.blogspot.com/2016/11/cerebus-in-hell-week-20.html

"Cerebus: Melmoth" Graphic Novel restoration now started

What Skeleton!

test render update

Tuesday, November 8, 2016

What Disbelief! What Dictator!

"Cerebus disbelief and worried" test render

"Cerebus the Dictator" test render


Gerhard draws family on the patio at Dino’s Cafe from the Cerebus Melmoth Street Scene http://gerhardart.com/dining-at-dinos/
Gerhard also draws Cerebus while at Wizard World Pittsburgh this last weekend http://gerhardart.com/the-last-show-of-the-year/

Monday, November 7, 2016

What Bunny Suit!

test render

Sunday, November 6, 2016

What pouch of gold!

test render


New Cerebus drawing by Joshua Hixson for the "Wall of Cerebus" in Menachem Luchins' comic store "Escape Pod Comics". Menachem says:
Local artist & future legend @joshixson just picked up some comics and dropped off a gift: a new addition for the #WallOfCerebus!

Sam Noir shares Cerebus mural on wall of comic store "Hairy Tarantula"

Saturday, November 5, 2016

What Elrod Entrance! What Look!

"Elrod the albino enters" test render

"Elrod seeks Cerebus attention" test render update


Washington Post lists Cerebus among "Three graphic novels to read to get through this election" https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/monkey-cage/wp/2016/11/04/three-graphic-novels-to-read-to-get-through-this-election/

Dave Sim Weekly Update: In Memoriam - Craig Miller (1959-2012) http://momentofcerebus.blogspot.com/2016/11/weekly-update-155-in-memoriam-craig.html

This week's all new "Cerebus in hell?" online comic strips http://momentofcerebus.blogspot.com/2016/11/cerebus-in-hell-week-19.html

Wednesday, November 2, 2016

What Army!

"Cerebus (and Elrod the albino) against an army" test render


Gerhard commision "request to have a family pictured on the patio at Dino’s Cafe from the Melmoth Street Scene."

Tuesday, November 1, 2016

What Mysterious Outsider! What Poster!

"Mysterious outsider protagonist opening idea" rough puttogether of test renders 

well ok super rough movie poster idea using a free template and readily available images, some that didn't have an alpha channel -with the right ones  and some further finesse however...maybe. 
Inspired by this Cerebus comic cover featured in the brand new hardcover book from IDW "CEREBUS COVER ART TREASURY"
photograph by Menachem Luchins‎ who has the book available at his comic store Escape Pod Comics


Michael Yakutis‎ shares his new Cerebus tattoo
Michael says:
Now that it's all healed up I can finally share my new Cerebus tattoo! This was a b-day gift from my lovely fiance. It's from issue 195, the first issue I ever bought/read. I was around 12 years old or so when I first read it and needless to say I was confused as hell but I could tell that it was special. It wasn't until I became an adult that Cerebus became my favorite comic book character. And now I'm stuck with him forever! I still have that copy of 195. I consider it one of my prized possessions.

John Christian shares his Cerebus framed art

Monday, October 31, 2016

What Capture!

test render

Sunday, October 30, 2016

What Dawn Riding!

test render

Wednesday, October 26, 2016

What Elrod Albino Warrior!

test render


Cerebus In Hell? #1 In Shops: 25 January 2017
Diamond Order Code: NOV160995

"The Cockroach" from Cerebus on list ranking "Parody Superheroes"
could maybe have mentioned that Dave Sim and "The Cockroach" inspired the #1 choice "The Tick":)

Orville Carver shares his signed and framed Cerebus poster

Saturday, October 22, 2016

What True King!

"True King Elrod the albino" test render update

Friday, October 21, 2016

What Necross! What Galaxy!

rough puttogether of test renders

Cerebus the Galaxy Guardian - trailer for fun:)


Dave Sim Weekly Update: "Cerebus In Hell?" issue #0 hardcopy comic book  -- coming soon!!!" http://momentofcerebus.blogspot.com/2016/10/weekly-update-153-cerebus-in-hell.html

Jay Hilgenfeld shares his progress drawing Cerebus https://www.instagram.com/p/BLzEJCaDWU-/

Thursday, October 20, 2016

What Fortune!

test render


This week's all new "Cerebus In Hell?" online comic strips http://momentofcerebus.blogspot.com/2016/10/cerebus-in-hell-week-17.html

Wednesday, October 19, 2016

What Prison Break! What Crystal Ball!

"Cerebus and Elrod the albino prison break" test render update

"Wizard Crystal Ball" test render update


Bleeding Cool article on "Cerebus in hell?" issue #1 release

"Cerebus Cover Art Treasury" from IDW early review

Monday, October 17, 2016

What Punchy Clouds! What Title!

cloud update test render

"Cerebus title rough idea" test render
Not actual music:)
Music is from the new indie movie "Greasy Strangler" produced by Elijah Wood, who in turn is starring in the new TV series "Dirk Gently" from IDW, publisher of the new Cerebus book coming out


Get your copy of "Smile Of The Absent Cat" drawn by Gerhard and written by Grant Morrison in issue 283 of Heavy Metal Magazine. In Shops: 26 October 2016 Diamond Order Code: AUG161692 http://momentofcerebus.blogspot.com/2016/10/gerhards-smile-of-absent-cat.html

EXCLUSIVE PREVIEW: 13 COVERS from the spectacular CEREBUS COVER ART TREASURY out 10/19 from Dave Sim, Gerhard and IDW

Sunday, October 16, 2016

What Elrod compliments!

"Elrod the albino gives a compliment" test render update

Saturday, October 15, 2016

What Elbow Grease!

slight test render update

Friday, October 14, 2016

What Underground!

test render update


Dave Sim Weekly Update: Get your copy of the magazine "Following Cerebus" http://momentofcerebus.blogspot.com/2016/10/weekly-update-152-following-following.html

Cerebus on Ray Van Horn, Jr. list: "10 Memorable Moments Working in a Comic Book Shop" http://rayvanhornjr3.blogspot.com/2016/10/big-dumb-lists-10-memorable-moments.html

Thursday, October 13, 2016

slight test render update

slight test render update

slight update


"Cerebus Cover Art Treasury" in shops: 26 October 2016. Diamond Order Code: OCT140536

"Cerebus Vol 13: Going Home (Remastered Edition)" in shops: October 2016. Diamond Order Code: STAR10981

"CEREBUS IN HELL? #0" shipping 20 October 2016. Diamond Order Code: JUL161105 http://momentofcerebus.blogspot.com/2016/10/cerebus-in-hell-week-16.html

Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Tuesday, October 11, 2016

What Albino Team-Up!

test render update


Linda Sejic Cerebus drawing for Escape Pod Comics comic store https://www.instagram.com/p/BLPS6sHjNHX/

Troy Little Cerebus "inktober" drawing

Monday, October 10, 2016

What Vacation! What Settling In! What Catching Up!


Waitwhat - there's a new aardvark in town: "Gilbert the aardvark!"
There's room for all of us and I hope it does well - hey every movie should star an aardvark if you ask me:)
Legendary comic artist Alex Robinson shared this entertainment fun bit on facebook while I was away - see below.
Alex Robinson: "When I saw this headline I thought the CEREBUS movie was finally being released!"
I further added in the comments with: here's what "Gilbert" looks like in the Unified picture


Latest "Cerebus in hell?" online comic strips

"Foreward Reviews" spotlight "Cerebus in hell?" https://www.forewordreviews.com/foresights/posts/the-life-death-and-return-of-cerebus-speaking-with-graphic-novelist-dave-sim/

The Comics Journal spotlights Dave Sim interview with CBR

CBR (Comic Book Resources) interviews Dave Sim about his latest "Cerebus in hell?" comic

Dave Sim Weekly Update" Cerebus volume "Gojng Home" remastered! http://momentofcerebus.blogspot.com/2016/10/weekly-update-151-going-home-remastered.html

Cerebus by Stjepan Šejić (artists on Witchblade among others) for Escape Pod Comics comic store

Escape Pod Comic store owner Menachem Luchins:
So... I asked Carla Speed McNeil for something for the Wall of Cerebus... And then she did this Michele, saying #51 was the first issue she read. So... Now she's doing a larger piece. #Obviously

Friday, September 30, 2016

What Elrod Punch!

"Elrod the albino knocks out guard" test render update progress


This week's all new "Cerebus in hell?" strips

Dave Sim Weekly Update Mark & Natasha Torre - In Memoriam http://momentofcerebus.blogspot.com/2016/09/weekly-update-150-mark-natasha-torre-in.html

Thursday, September 29, 2016

What Moon Clouds!

 "CGI Moon clouds update" creation and rendering by Rob Ellis
(Keeping in mind there are 24 frames in a second) Rob Ellis says: "the clouds before were taking over an hour to render per frame. I've redone them with a different lighting system and reduced the amount. I think it actually looks better and they're rendering in like 20mins per frame! I've rendered 700 already, attached are a couple =D" To which i replied: "they didn't lose any of their awesomeness - on the contrary. Really spectacular looking!"


"The Hollywood Reporter" lists Cerebus among greatest barbarians - and compares him to 2000 AD's Sláine:)  http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/heat-vision/2000-ad-10-read-collections-933403

Cerebus at London Comicon

What Cerebus Action Figure Statue Figurine!

Dave Sim is asking for feedback on the now proposed Cerebus statue (originally to be an action figure) by George Gatsis and Dan Grant.
George has generously provided cloud storage for the making of the Cerebus film and Dan has modeled several of the CGI characters featured in the film along with props such as Cerebus' vest. They have my fullest support - and even though I introduced the two of them to each other since they both live in Toronto:) this venture is not connected in any way with the film. And Sandeep's suggestion in the comments to have statues made of the many other supporting characters is a great one - if launched and done right I think it would be a huge success. Even people who have only the vaguest idea who they are, if at all, will want them as they are really "fun" looking characters - of course people will want them!

It bears pointing out that I also fully support the already "Dave Sim approved figurine" by Zeke Sabee. Zeke Sabee animated several sequences for the Cerebus film, but again this figurine was totally separate from the film. 
Sabee btw said this when joining the project:
"I read the article about the project and I must admit that this is the craziest and also the greatest film project I have ever heard about. If you manage to finish this you will surely become a national hero or something. I'm glad to be a tiny part of this great work."
:) too kind!
Below is the "official sanctioned figurine" that was to be sold with a special edition of the IDW audio/visual High Society package. In the end it was just deemed too costly. And in case you are curious here's the cost breakdown at the time - and hey maybe someone will deem it worthy pursuing afterall...and perhaps the costs have gone down since then, too.


Complete cost breakdown:

Basically, there are three options in terms of location and pricing. Here are the best offers, so you can choose which ever one you find most suitable.

Option 1 UK

There are a number of companies around Bristol, and I have found a local company, who offer great service at a reasonable price. This is a friendly and reliable company.
You can check their web site: http://www.amalgam-models.co.uk/

Their pricing and timescale (1000 unit):

Mould making and poly resin casting: $7,700 (£4,700) ($7.7 per unit)  --- 6 weeks 
Hand painting: $34,500 (£21,000) ($34.5 per unit)  --- 6 weeks
Total: $42,300 (£25,700) ($42.3 per unit) --- 12 weeks

Shipping not included.
Deposit: 50%

Option 2 California

It was a bit more difficult to find a company in California, but there is an amazing company in Burbank. I would be happy to work with them. It is run by a sculptor, called Ron Lee, a 67 year old sculptor, a skilled professional. He worked with Disney, Warner Bros, etc.
Their web site: http://www.ronlee.com/

They would produce high quality, first class figurines.
They could realise the whole production for a total of approx. $25,000 (1000 units $25 per unit) including master tool making, resin casting, hand painting, and shipping.
Deposit: 50%

They can complete the figurines from scratch to the finished product in 6-8 weeks.
They are located in Burbank, a 2 hours drive from San Diego, so you can visit their workshop and check their progress.
They are also able to pre-package the figurines and make them ready for distribution.
In addition, you can save some money on shipping the figurines because the company is based in California.

Option 3 My network of freelance model makers and painters

This is the cheapest and still the best in terms of quality, so I would recommend this option.
I have a network of highly skilled freelance professional mould makers and professional painters. I worked with them and they provide top class service. They work with world-famous companies and they have the facilities to carry out the production.
I have contacted the potential specialists and managed to find those who can start as soon as the project is confirmed. I will manage the whole production, so you don’t have to deal with them; I am your one-stop shop.
There is one thing to consider: it is the slowest process, as we have to move the items between locations. I think it will cause a delay of about 2 weeks.

Pricing and timescale:

Mould making: $2,000 (£1,200) ($2 per unit) --- 2 weeks
Poly resin casting: $5,750 (£3,500) ($5.75 per unit) --- 6 weeks
Hand painting: $9,000 (£5,500) ($9 per unit) --- 6-8 weeks
Total: $16,750 (£10,200) ($16,75 per unit) --- 6 weeks

Deposit: 25%

I will send a sample figurine so that you could check the design and quality, and I will send photos about the progress. You can control the whole process and suggest changes when necessary.

Artistic fee and royalty
I would accept a one-off payment for creating the figurine, so you don’t have to deal with paying royalty later. I am fond of this character and I like the idea of adding a figurine to this special edition.

For creating the figurine I would accept $3,000 (£1,800)

For this amount of money, you will get the original version of the figurine (10cm or 4 inches) to add to your product release. Because you will become the owner of the figurine’s copyright, you can release the figurines later again and sell more units if you want to.

Moreover, for this price you will also get a large version of the same figurine (15cm or 6 inches), so you can add these to an even more special edition or sell them individually as a limited series.  These larger figurines would be limited to 30 pieces only, so these could sell for $1,200 each

The figurine was even done at Dave's suggestion, too, and Zeke put a lot of work into it.
Here's an earlier version he did.

I also fully support Cerebus film animator Sergey Belyaev's Cerebus figurine. He did this for fun with his friend's 3D printer. Model is 42 gram, 70 cubic centimeter model en 130 cubic centimeter "machine space"
figure sale price 25€
12.5€ labor and material cost
shipping 8.7 € to USA

At the time Dave gave us a the go ahead for this as a kickstarter reward - pretty much giving us carte blanche to proceed with a Cerebus Film kickstarter however we wanted. Very nice - and he even offered signed movie posters as kickstarter rewards.
I didn't go ahead at the time and now that window is kinda closed as it would conflict with the Cerebus graphic novel restorations.

Anyway, I hope in one way or another the world will see lots and lots of statues, figurines and action figures of Cerebus and his supporting cast of wacky characters.

Tuesday, September 27, 2016

What Elrod the albino!

"Elrod the albino threatens guard" test render update progress


Miles reads all of Cerebus and reviews it: "Cerebus is daunting. I love it, but it’s daunting af" http://www.nowisnottherhyme.net/cerebus

Monday, September 26, 2016

What Necross/Thrunk Transformation! What Serpent! What Bird!

"Necross, Thrunk, Farmers, High Priest and Cerebus " rough puttogether sequence of test renders

 "Cerebus, Serpent, Bird and Wizard" rough puttogether of test renders

while waiting for the debate just put this silly thing together:) hopefully doesn't come off


New Cerebus Gerhard prints available

New Cerebus drawn review

Saturday, September 24, 2016

What Necross, Thrunk, Cerebus and the whole universe!

"Necross, Thrunk, Cerebus and the whole universe" rough puttogether of test renders

test render

test render

Thursday, September 22, 2016

What Moon!

"CGI Clouds with CGI Moon added" progress by Rob Ellis


This week's "Cerebus in hell?" strips

The Comics Journal reviews the book "The Greatest Comic Book of All Time" - features a chapter on Cerebus
From the review: "Each possible “Greatest Comic Book of All Time” is given [it's own chapter with] pros and cons in terms of popularity/sales and esteem (not just how beloved it is, but who loves it). And in almost every case, it is made clear that the choice of comic book or cartoonist they chose to consider is in some way a stand-in for many other possibilities (Art Spiegelman’s chapter could have been about Alison Bechdel, Alan Moore’s about Neil Gaiman, Archie comics about Dell or Disney)."

From "Amazing Heroes" Cerebus, featured prominently in the foreground, drawn by legendary Bruce Timm, co-creator and producer of "Batman: The Animated Series" among many other things - posted yesterday at the "Darwyn Cooke and Bruce Timm" tumblr page

Wednesday, September 21, 2016

What Flailing!

test render

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

What Grey Dwarf! What Wizard!

test render


Carson Grubaugh's Cerebus reread continues

Sean Michael Robinson announces his "remastered" version of Cerebus volume "Going Home" is at the printer

Monday, September 19, 2016

What Moonlight Clouds! Cerebus Focuser!

"Almost midnight in the courtyard garden of the Wizard" clouds progress by Rob Ellis
more progres below

"Cerebus more focus" test render

Sunday, September 18, 2016

What Cerebus Focus!

test render update
Script/code by Technical Director Nick Wolensky applied. The Cerebus rig and a few others broke with a Maya software update - this especially effected the arms and legs. Sometimes more noticeable than others depending on the movement involved. Thanks to Nick for creating the code which fixes this instantly when applied to the scenes.

Saturday, September 17, 2016

What Wizard! What Demand!

test render


Dave Sim Weekly Update: Cerebus hardcovers http://momentofcerebus.blogspot.com/2016/09/weekly-update-148-guys-minds.html

Friday, September 16, 2016

What Wizard! What Forehead Wipe!

test render


This week's "Cerebus in hell?" comic strips

Thursday, September 15, 2016

What Wizard Stabbing!

"Cerebus takes a stab at the Wizard" test render update

Wednesday, September 14, 2016

What Wizard! What Doom!

test render


Reddit Cerebus reread day 2: "300 Days of Cerebus: Day 2 - Cerebus #2"

Tuesday, September 13, 2016

What hello! What Thrunk!

"Thrunk says hello" test render


Reddit Cerebus reread starts with
"300 Days of Cerebus: Day 1 - Cerebus #1" https://www.reddit.com/r/comicbooks/comments/52i2n9/300_days_of_cerebus_day_1_cerebus_1/
Cerebus the Aardvark two eyes

Carson Grubaugh's Cerebus Re-Read continues

Monday, September 12, 2016

What Necross and Cerebus teleportation!

"Necross and Cerebus teleportation" test render


Comic creator Jared Osborn rereads Cerebus

Lecture about Cerebus in a month at iCon Festival in Israel https://www.facebook.com/events/232948533773862/

Saturday, September 10, 2016

What Necross Spin off! What Statue!

test render update


Preview of Cerebus statue by George Gatsis and Dan Grant https://youtu.be/5zwDwZiKaOY

Cerebus statue animations by George and Dan for upcoming intros to "Dave Sim Weekly Update" episodes https://youtu.be/gJUMcrvEfwA

Friday, September 9, 2016

What Cerebus Reaction!

test render


Dave Sim Weekly Update: "Cerebus In Hell? #0" off to the printer. Correspondence organized. New animated intro by George Gatsis and Dan Grant

Dan Pawley's Cerebus re-read continues

Thursday, September 8, 2016

What Rock Giant! What Thrunk!

test render

TBT: Cerebus film trailer from yesteryear https://youtu.be/KdSISp1Oqng
TBT: another Cerebus film trailer from more recent yesteryear:) https://youtu.be/h0Hhm7O-UT8


A new "find"? Rob Ellis, who works on the Cerebus film, says: "I was just watching Style Wars (the train graffiti documentary) DVD and Disc 2 has an option called Destroy All Lines, its like 40 mins of continuous trains going past with art. At about 12:30 I noticed Cerebus painted on one of the trains!! It must be from the late 70's or early 80's."
I haven't found it anywhere skimming the internet...yet maybe one of the first examples of Cerebus graffiti? Make sure to check out Margaret Liss' awesome photo collection of Cerebus Graffiti art https://www.flickr.com/photos/cerebusfangirl/galleries/72157624497402773/

Wednesday, September 7, 2016

What Update!

rough puttogether of test renders

What Wizard Death!

made up of test renders - need to update background transitions for continuity among other things:)

test render

Tuesday, September 6, 2016

What Wizard Speech!

test render progresss

and below early test render progress on the scene right before


Image and BOOM! comic artist Jamie Jones draws Cerebus

Cerebus by comics legend Fred Hembeck 

Sunday, September 4, 2016

What Cerebus Trailer:)

Cerebus test render trailer - done for fun:) Just found - done a while ago and whatever reason decided not to make it public...but hey it's got some things going for it:)


Dave Sim Weekly Update:"The Many Origins Of NOT Jaka".

The Comics Journal looks at Ernest Hemingway's appearance in Cerebus

Rich Tommaso draws Cerebus for the "Cerebus wall" at the Escape Pod comic book store

Thursday, September 1, 2016

What Wizard Speech!

"Wizard corpse final speech" test render progress

Wednesday, August 31, 2016

What Elrod showing!

"Elrod showed Cerebus" test render
below in context


Dave Sim the Orson Welles of comics. Read Sean Robinson's pitch for the Cerebus-comic-restoration-kickstarter - only a few days left!

Carson Grubaugh's Cerebus Re-Read Challenge continues with "Melmoth"

Tuesday, August 30, 2016

What Explosion! What Necross!

"Explosive Cerebus" sequence rough puttogether of test renders

So...hey howabout a pre-Cerebus spin-off staring Necross and the villagers below headed by the High Priest and his sidekick Despuess from issue 5? Really there are so many colorful characters in the Cerebus series - any one of them worthy of their own title in an expansive Cerebusverse. Anyway, just an idea. Pardon the rough sketch below:)


New comic story from Grant Morrison and Gerhard (and edited by Rantz Hoseley!) coming soon