I've seen that film. Great movie. Frankly, I think Crumb is the greatest living draftsman of our time.
I saw "Crumb" in Frank Stack's comic strip class. Prof. Stack was one of the first American underground cartoonists, who contributed to Dark Horse's "American Splendor" and produced his own works such as "The New Adventure of Jesus", "Doorman's Doggie", and "Our Cancer Year". He was the man who inspired me to start inking my works.
Finally I got this loaded in full size...DA had some problems on my comp.
The page is hilarious! The changig expression of the busdriver and the Opeyīs rushing to his seat are ingeniuosly well done effects. Itīs funny how your drawings make robotsīs changing expression feel ralistic and natural, although theyīre metal.
Hey man, I'm impressed more and more by your sketches, and I keep on thinkin' you'd desserve to be published!
And... I'd like to know more about the process, etc... You should update your journal with something which should look like a tutorial or anything else, explaining the way you works, the format, the inking... it could be great!
just a suggestion... congratulation again.
In fact, the question about doing a tutorial is less to learn and copy your style (to my mind of course!), than to know the way you work... because in fact, generaly, in art schools and in art world, it uses to say that "search works" (is it the word?) are more important than finished stuffs ; and I'm very interested by yours (I already told you about your inking for example, and the way you got deep black or grey, etc...) Did I be clear? . You even should talk about your inspiration, etc...