Category Archives: Design

Character, background and artwork design

On Drawing Comic Books

I miss the days of drawing comics. Mike and I created quite a few comics back in the day. Perhaps one of these days we'll have to seriously consider doing more of them. Usually we'd start with a layout. That's … Continue reading

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From Bunny Brothers to Jackalopes

I love how ideas often take on a life of their own. Often, you lose track of them before finding them again years later, whereupon they take on another form. Mike and I had an idea called the Bunny Brothers … Continue reading

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From the Milo-Files

  It's cool coming across old artwork. Mike and I have been working on projects together since 1986, and we're always finding old stuff one of us did years ago. This image I find particularly cool: It's from a birthday … Continue reading

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Jacks designs

During the process of designing the characters we went through many different instances of design. Initially The Jackalope Boyz started as The Iguana Boyz but the dev. execs wanted us to change that due to a conflict with another Monsoon … Continue reading

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“The Sands of Fate” Anatomy of a cover

Here it is! The cover of the second Ribeye the Bullbarian Adventure: _______________________________________________________________________ The cover began life as a rough layout that I drew. My original idea looked like this. At first we weren't quite settled on the villain. Here … Continue reading

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New Ribeye Characters

There are a whole slew of new characters that will be introduced in the new Ribeye book. Here are some of the new designs dreamed up by Mike Milo for characters appearing in the book: Bonefoot: Gator Shaman: Rapstallion: Doe … Continue reading

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