Team Alsop was in Aarhus, Denmark for the Art-Bubble festival at Dokk1 in April 2017. In this video interview Arni Beck Gunnarson talks to writer Chris Miskiewicz and artist Palle Schmidt about their collaboration, the origins of Thomas Alsop and the Danish (special) edition. Enjoy!
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After a few failed attempts and snafus (including a thunder storm that took out the hour-long recording before it was properly saved) we finally got to record an in-depth with our friends at Comics Alternative. Go here for show notes or just click play below.
The creators of Thomas Alsop managed to wiggle their way in to a few podcasts as part of the promotion of the new trade paperback. We had a lot of fun discussing our own book and Frank Miller’s The Dark Knight Returns on Bleeding Cool’s podcast The Bleed. You can listen to the episode here. […]
Another look at the process behind Thomas Alsop. Here the rough layout for page 20 of issue #2: And here’s what the looks like after pencils and ink wash:
Here is a little timelapse video of Palle’s sketching process, previously posted at comicsforbeginners.com.
Palle: I modelled Gordon after the actor Robert Vaughn (Bullit, The Magnificent Seven). I liked the arrogant intelligence he came across with and I could find images of him both as a young man and and older. Ashley was modelled after actor/director Sofia Coppola. As Thomas’ sister, I wanted there to be a resemblance – […]
So, at Phoenix Comic Con, writer Chris Miskewicz endured the heat to deliver the first issue of Thomas Alsop for the hungry masses. Both the “standard” edition with a cover by the artist, Palle Schmidt, as well as the variant cover by our friend Dean Haspiel flew over the counter as the day went by. […]
Writer Chris Miskiewicz and artist Palle Schmidt had a nice chat with a reporter from USA Today last week. The result can be read here: http://www.usatoday.com/story/life/2014/05/22/thomas-alsop-comic-book-series-exclusive/9464157/ We are both blown away by the amount of interest for this book. If you still haven’t ordered issue #1 of Thomas Alsop (released June 18th), go bug your […]