Ryan Andrews and Dan Berry talk about Ryan’s work, Totoro dung, Dragonball, his life in rural Japan and the difficulties of weaning yourself off Photoshop.
Here’s an update from Ryan by email;
Here’s the photos of my tools I’m using right now. They didn’t have my “Manga Black” ink last time I went so I got this. I don’t really have a favorite brand of brush or ink yet. I pretty much just go and grab whatever they have. I used to have a favorite paper, but it looks like they changed the recipe cause it doesn’t work the same anymore. Avalon watercolor by Holbein. Its like 50 USD for a pad of 20 sheets though, which is why I don’t really have any paper right now.
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Hey, great podcast! You guys are hilarious. I’ve been a fan of Ryan’s work for a while now, and just discovered Dan’s recently – really like your stuff too 😀 It was really helpful to hear about both of your process, and especially about how spontaneous you are with your lines (since I’m trying to find ways to loosen up my drawings a bit), so thanks a lot for putting this interview together!
Did you ever figure out what that POV post apocalyptic webcomic was?
Hey Brian, it looks like its not up as a webcomic anymore since Drawn and Quarterly published it, but it’s called Daybreak, by Brian Ralph
Thanks for replying. The preview looks interesting.
Forgot to mention in my original comment – great interview.
Thanks to you and Dan for putting it out.