sarah glidden

Inked crowd scene panel. Inking this was way more fun than penciling it was. Well, inking is always more fun I guess.

Inked crowd scene panel. Inking this was way more fun than penciling it was. Well, inking is always more fun I guess.

— 2 days ago with 10 notes
Rusiñol copy of the day

RusiƱol copy of the day

— 4 days ago with 7 notes

Panel process for a night scene lit by car headlights, from illegible thumbnail, to value study, to finished panel.

— 2 weeks ago with 20 notes
#process  #rolling blackouts 
Testing out new paper: Canson vs Fabriano

Testing out new paper: Canson vs Fabriano

— 2 weeks ago with 11 notes
Watching the Guardian’s ww1 documentary

Watching the Guardian’s ww1 documentary

— 2 weeks ago with 14 notes
Another deleted scene from Rolling Blackouts: reading Telling True Stories, a great collection of writing on narrative journalism.

Another deleted scene from Rolling Blackouts: reading Telling True Stories, a great collection of writing on narrative journalism.

— 4 months ago with 32 notes
If I haven’t posted anything here for a while, its because I’m busy at work painting Rolling Blackouts. Here’s a deleted scene: Jessica Partnow busy at work at the Seattle Globalist office, making journalism happen.

If I haven’t posted anything here for a while, its because I’m busy at work painting Rolling Blackouts. Here’s a deleted scene: Jessica Partnow busy at work at the Seattle Globalist office, making journalism happen.

— 4 months ago with 25 notes
#Seattle Globalist 
the only way to overcome my aversion of drawing cars is to draw those jerks until I no longer fear them. Take that, cars!

the only way to overcome my aversion of drawing cars is to draw those jerks until I no longer fear them. Take that, cars!

— 5 months ago with 13 notes
people on the collectivo, people on the street

people on the collectivo, people on the street

— 6 months ago with 9 notes
I took some of Gary Panter’s sketchbook advice and started dividing up pages into panels to reduce the stress of being faced with a blank page. I find it really works for me! So here’s some sketches from lunch in Tigre.

I took some of Gary Panter’s sketchbook advice and started dividing up pages into panels to reduce the stress of being faced with a blank page. I find it really works for me! So here’s some sketches from lunch in Tigre.

— 6 months ago with 15 notes