He’s awesome. Can’t say I was the most inspired interviewer, but this was fun to do.
Update (7.14.2011): I’m updating this post 6 years later because Tim Carmody pointed out that the Fresno Bee link no longer works. Try this one.
I LOVE your graphic treatment. Save that as a Photoshop action and post it or something ’cause it looks GREAT.
Let me also note that you just became the world expert at comics rendered in CSS. Way to make that text indexable!
I even kinda like the way it ends!
This is beautiful, Matt. Great concept, great execution.
Oh yeah, not bad journalism either 🙂
I’ve been a McCloud fan for quite a while now. As a newspaper editor, I used to think I had a good natural, intuitive sense of what made comics work, how to select them, etc. Like so many other subjects, the more I learn, the less I know. Scott’s insights really help.
I am so impressed! I want to frame and hang in the Poynter Online office area 🙂
Thanks for the comments!
Re: Photoshop stuff — I couldn’t really save it as an action because each photo required tweaking of the different filters to get it to look right. The general process (in Photoshop CS):
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