Friday, 16 January 2009

STUDIO TOUR!
















15 comments:

Will Sliney said...

Thats awesome Leigh. Im currently doing my drawing on my Grandmothers kitchen table as im between houses shall we say. Way less extravegant.
That Batman Beyond statue is kickass, never seen it before. I have one question for you though, where are your DVD copies of the Notebook and P.S. I love you, I know they are your two fav films

Leigh G said...

Yes Will, I wouldn't go around telling the ladies you live at Grandmas...it's humiliating enough for you that you have to tell them you're on the SECOND best looking guy in comic after me...

As fot those dvds of "Notebook" and "P.S. I Love You", they were underneath my copies of "Love Actually" and "Miss Congeniality".

the doomsayers?! said...

Oi, get out of MY house, Gallagher!

Leigh G said...

Ugh, with a silly ass name like that, that could only be my nemesis, Molsheerrr... YOU WISH it was your house beardy! Get back to that cardboard box you live in with all those cats! BACK I SAY!!!

Greg said...

Great tour! I've been meaning to check this out, but due to stupid mid year exams, I've been studying (and searching eBay for NES games and other crap :P ) Beri Wrigtson's Frankenstein is an amazing piece, I figured that any zombie fan would want a copy :)

Leigh G said...

Hey Greggy, glad you liked it! Exams eh? Well I don't envy you dude. Good luck with em!

As for the Frankenstein book, my god, I couldn't believe how cheap I got it from amazon with the quality production and size of it! I recommend everyone to pick that baby up--it's a classic!
L

Greg said...

Yeah, my copy is an original paperpack, I think I payed about $2 (1£ over the ocean) at a yard sale. The detail is amazing, all from crosshatching pen lines . . .

Leigh G said...

What?!! I can't belieeeeve you got it that cheap...

Arkon said...

Nice tour, Leigh. :D

And is that a VHS copy of the Matrix I see there? *squints*

Leigh G said...

Cheers Arkon! I've always liked the studio tours they did on CBR--probably not interesting to non comic fans, but to the rest of us, I've always been nosey to see how other comic artists live.

And no, that bad boy you probably saw is The Art of The Matrix book!
L

mike kinsella said...

Nice photos Leigh-thanks for sharing that. You have a very intresting studio. Good luck with your work

Leigh G said...

Cheers Mike! I gotta update it when I get a chance as since then I've got a new Imac and lifesized Iron Man bust!

Ninjasaurus Rex said...

Your homemade drawing board inspired me to make my own, removing my last excuse to avoid sitting down and getting some work done!

Good blog. Dafoe is one of the things I look forward to seeing in 2000AD, in no small part because of your artwork. In an age when everybody wants to work in colour, it's great to see line art so good that adding colour would ruin it.

Leigh G said...

I have to say Ninjasaurus Rex is the coolest name I have ever heard in my life....

And thanks man, I really appreciate it. I'm glad my blog's helped give you a bit of a kick up the ass--to be honest, I've needed one myself lately as I've been feeling burnt out--kicking myself for having such a ridiculously detailed style.

Mate, you need to get some pics up on your blog, if only so I can check out my competition!

Thanks again and good luck to you sir!

L

Ninjasaurus Rex said...

I tanx you for your kind words, sir. My blog went on hiatus because I forgot my password for three months! I'm too busy with the design work at the mo to post pix but there will be some soon...