pandaliondeathart asked: What is thy flavourite pizzzzza?
this one. simple, but it was unexpectedly good.
ere’s something i did recently for a project called the war to settle the score. about wrestlers. although i would of rather drawn iron shiek, haku was still a cool second choice. he has a reputation behind the scenes as being one of the most legit tough guys in the business. even when he was 14 he was known as the toughest guy on the island where he is from. there are a lot of storys of him getting into bar fights and just laying waste to everyone, ripping off noses, ears, eyes, ripping jaws out with his bare hands. ect.
this guy was not to be messed with..
Anonymous asked: I loved your Leeroy and Popo Comic! I was wondering if another one was in the making?
kind of on the back burner but i will continue leeroy and popo even if i have to end up putting them online for free!
http://1001camisetas.com/2014/04/entrevista-a-louis-roskosch.html i was recently interviewed about tee shirts on this website.
its in spanish so i will post the english here.
I am a British t-shirt designer / illustrator /comics artist from the rural shire of Dorset. I graduated with an animation degree but have only worked one animation job (in China) I did background/colour work. I have one comic published about a bear and dinosaur who are best palz but they are massive losers (the adventures of Leeroy and Popo). And I have done all sorts of illustration jobs. I have been making tee-shirt designs since 2008 but mostly as a side hobby. In august last year i started to put most of my focus on tee shirts (-and freelance illustration jobs- when i get good ones). I hope to get back to making some comics again soon too!
For tee shirts the first thing is the idea. I don’t generally sit down to think of shirt ideas, I think the best ones just pop into your head. So i write ideas down in mysketchbook whenever i get them. I have a mahoosive list of ideas that i try to select the best from and then organize that into another list that I plan to draw. It wasn’t always this smooth though. When I first started drawing pop culture tees it felt quite unnatural. I really had to push myself to come up with anything decent, my first ideas sucked ass.
Sometimes I thumbnail the drawing in my sketchbook, and sometimes i just go straight to the rough drawing, depending on how complicated it is. I use photoshop and an intuos4 but i really wish i had a cintiq. I used to use real pencils/ lightbox but over time the process has become more digital and cyborgificated. But i don’t think anyone would really notice as my style is more natural and hand drawn looking than shiny and sparkly.
How would i describe it? Louis style.
how did i reach it? Just from drawing a lot I think. I try not to put too much thought into style, i just try to be creative when i am making a new picture and use the tools i have picked up along the way to best suit the picture i am doing.
There are a lot of tee shirt sites out there, more than i will ever know about. It’s hard to keep track of them all so i just keep my eye on a few. My faves areyetee, teefury and shirtwoot. The print on demand websites do take a lot of time to manage its true, but its basically work. You get out of it what you put in really so its all good.
Fho sho. Here are some random snippets of things that have helped me along the way, and could possibly help others too!
Your main inspiration source: food
A T-shirt color: navy
A dream client: Nintendo
A movie: Takeshi Kitano movies
A series: Breaking bad, The Sopranos
A band: nile
A book/comic book: Leeroy and Popo
PC or MAC? pc
Cupcakes or pizza? I can eat pizza every day.
V neck tshirts. Yes or no? yea.