Luke Humphris

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Comic Artist, writer, and wearer of boots.

I keep most of comics as Luke at Sea

Contact me for any information or a quote on commissions:
lukehumphris@gmail.com

caitlindmajor:

I made a video diary about my time at the Small Press Expo!

I may make an appearance in this

— 16 hours ago with 13 notes

More copic practice, my scans never look as the originals, but I am a long way off from the level of quality I want. Story for all this stuff starts here:

http://drunken-comics.com/canada/wordpress/?webcomic1=001-2

— 2 days ago with 1 note
#comic  #perfectly normal human being  #copic 
Back from SPX

SPX is amazing as everyone says it is. I made a quick comic about it on tumblr, which I hope doesn’t put anything in a negative light, that show rocks the docks. I have had a few bursts of not getting out of bed recently and my updates have suffered quite a bit because of it. I have built up a little bit of a buffer though so things should be smooth sailing from now on, or until I get sad over…

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— 3 days ago
I hope I don’t sound completely whiney. SPX is my favourite con so far, it has the focus on the right areas. 10/10 would recommend.

I hope I don’t sound completely whiney. SPX is my favourite con so far, it has the focus on the right areas. 10/10 would recommend.

— 3 days ago with 19 notes
#SPX  #spx 2014  #luke humphris  #julia wertz 
Zine and Indie Comic Symposium - THIS WEEKEND!

papercutscollective:

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The 3 day celebration of the zine and comic mediums is upon us! ZICS is a gathering to meet with other fans and creators from the local and interstate scenes. Its panels and workshops where you can learn about the Zine and Indie Comic community and the craft, it’s a marketplace where you can acquire the hard to find zines and indie comics, its an exhibition space where you can see original art!


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— 4 weeks ago with 17 notes
New video post, and what nots

New video post, and what nots

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So I have done the second video post thing, I got a few other little ones in the work and I will do one about SPX after I go, I’m enjoying doing them. Perfectly Normal Human being is being updated constantly, I’m trying to learn how to make my scans look as nice as the originals I do, if that is even possible. My lettering has gone somewhere from horrible to almost legible, which is pretty nice.

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— 1 month ago
#SPX  #comic  #perfectly normal human being 
fredundead asked: not sure if you know but the link to your comic website, in your little description blurb, has a comma in it :)


Answer:

I cannot express how much I love you for telling me this

— 1 month ago with 1 note
100% accurate self representations

100% accurate self representations

— 1 month ago with 2 notes

Look at me pretending I know how to manually ink and use copics and letter comics. I’ll be rocking some of these fellas at SPX

— 1 month ago with 48 notes
#spx 

ohyeahcomics:

The artist of our previous post, Luke Humphris (lukehumphris here on Tumblr), made these great business cards for this year’s SD Comic-Con. They are so well thought out, with touches like the LH logo wax seal, and were really fun to hold and open. It’s not our usual thing to post photos, but hey, it does include a good comic!

Luke blogs at Luke at Sea and you can find him and his work on:
TumblrFacebook | Twitter | Deviantart 

— 1 month ago with 29 notes
mkhoddy:

spx:

SPX TO ANNOUNCE INTERNATIONAL GUEST LINEUP
Tomorrow we’ve got a press release going out highlighting the international guests we’re excited to welcome to SPX 2014.
Some you may recognize immediately, others you may be encountering for the first time but every one of these talented creators is someone you should know!
Here’s the rundown!
Simon Hanselmann will arrive from Australia to debut Megahex, his eagerly awaited new collection from Fantagraphics, collecting the darkly comedic and unexpectedly moving comics that have earned him an enormous following online.
At SPX, Hanselmann will kick off a national book tour with Michael DeForge and Patrick Kyle; the trio will participate in a special live edition of the inkstuds radio show at SPX, led by regular Inkstuds host Robin McConnell and special guest co-host Brandon Graham ( royalboiler ).
Aisha Franz is a German cartoonist whose SPX debut and first book for Drawn & Quarterly ( drawnandquarterly ) is Earthling, which has also been published in German, French, Italian, and Spanish.
Franz lives in Berlin where she is a member of the Treasure Fleet comics collective. In addition to an active illustration career she has contributed comics to Pitchfork Review ( pitchfork , Kus!, Kuti Kuti ( kushkomikss ), and many more publications. Her second graphic novel, Brigitte und der Perlen-hort, has been published in German and French.
Yvan Alagbé and Dominique Goblet will travel to SPX from France and Belgium, respectively, with a range of work from the avant-garde Brussels-based publishing house Frémok. Alagbé co-founded the influential French publishing house Éditions Amok, which later merged with the Belgian publisher Fréon to form Frémok and continues to champion poetic work at the borderline of comics and fine art.
Alagbé’s new book École de la Misère, rendered in beautiful ink and wash, further expresses his clear-eyed, penetrating career-long investigation into mysterious desire and explosive cultural conflict.
Goblet, an early contributor to the Fréon flagship anthology Frigorevue, has produced a challenging and beautiful body of work that productively troubles the distinctions between fiction and autobiography, and between narrative and poetic image-making.
At SPX she will debut the groundbreaking full-color graphic novel Plus si Entente, a book produced collaboratively with German cartoonist Kai Pfeiffer. Working internationally, the pair swapped pages and responded to ideas, images, compositions and colors proposed by the other to test the possibilities of narrative within the comics form.
Exhibiting as Frémok, Goblet and Alagbé will also bring with them many works from the publisher’s catalog, including the award-winning collection of Kamagurka and Herr Seele’s Cowboy Henk comic strips (an instant sell-out at MoCCA) and the American debut of Kamagurka and Seele’s brand new Cowboy Henk book, Histoire de la Belgique (pour tous).
Mana Neyesteni is an Iranian cartoonist and illustrator for economic, intellectual, political, cultural, and professional magazines. He is particularly known for his work for the newspaper Zan and Persian language Radio Zamaneh.
A 2006 political cartoon by Neyesteni prompted riots among the oppressed Azeri minority in Iran; the paper in which the cartoon appeared was promptly closed and Neyestani was imprisoned. Upon his temporary release three months later he left the country and currently resides in France. He is the recipient of the Cartoonists Rights Network International award for courage in editorial cartooning, 2010.
His graphic novel An Iranian Metamorphosis was originally published in French, and will debut in an English-language edition from Uncivilized Books at SPX.
Publisher, editor, critic and event organizer Daniel Jiménez Quiroz is the editor of Revista Larva, the leading Colombian comics anthology, which publishes work by artists from throughout South America. Larva has spun off the comics publishing house Editorial Robot, which has published work by artists including Peter Kuper and Powerpaola.
Quiroz also co-organizes the Entreviñetas comics festival which is now in its fifth year and has featured guests including Gabrielle Bell, Ruppert & Mulot, and Anders Nilsen. At SPX, Quiroz will exhibit work from Colombia and will participate in a special panel about Spanish-language comics, including Spanish critic Santiago García, Colombian critic Pablo Guerra, and American publisher Scott Brown.
Quiroz’s visit to SPX is supported by the Ministerio de Cultura of Colombia. Many other international publishers and artists will exhibit at this year’s event, including London-based New Zealander Roger Langridge and Australian cartoonists Frank Candiloro, Matt Emery, Luke Humphris, Matthew Hoddy, Caitlin Major, Nicholas McIvor and Lex Sugden.
How about that line-up?!?


Hey! How about that, we’re in an official announcement! We’re official. Officially official.

Hey I know that guy

mkhoddy:

spx:

SPX TO ANNOUNCE INTERNATIONAL GUEST LINEUP

Tomorrow we’ve got a press release going out highlighting the international guests we’re excited to welcome to SPX 2014.

Some you may recognize immediately, others you may be encountering for the first time but every one of these talented creators is someone you should know!

Here’s the rundown!

Simon Hanselmann will arrive from Australia to debut Megahex, his eagerly awaited new collection from Fantagraphics, collecting the darkly comedic and unexpectedly moving comics that have earned him an enormous following online.

At SPX, Hanselmann will kick off a national book tour with Michael DeForge and Patrick Kyle; the trio will participate in a special live edition of the inkstuds radio show at SPX, led by regular Inkstuds host Robin McConnell and special guest co-host Brandon Graham ( royalboiler ).

Aisha Franz is a German cartoonist whose SPX debut and first book for Drawn & Quarterly ( drawnandquarterly ) is Earthling, which has also been published in German, French, Italian, and Spanish.

Franz lives in Berlin where she is a member of the Treasure Fleet comics collective. In addition to an active illustration career she has contributed comics to Pitchfork Review ( pitchfork , Kus!, Kuti Kuti ( kushkomikss ), and many more publications. Her second graphic novel, Brigitte und der Perlen-hort, has been published in German and French.

Yvan Alagbé and Dominique Goblet will travel to SPX from France and Belgium, respectively, with a range of work from the avant-garde Brussels-based publishing house Frémok. Alagbé co-founded the influential French publishing house Éditions Amok, which later merged with the Belgian publisher Fréon to form Frémok and continues to champion poetic work at the borderline of comics and fine art.

Alagbé’s new book École de la Misère, rendered in beautiful ink and wash, further expresses his clear-eyed, penetrating career-long investigation into mysterious desire and explosive cultural conflict.

Goblet, an early contributor to the Fréon flagship anthology Frigorevue, has produced a challenging and beautiful body of work that productively troubles the distinctions between fiction and autobiography, and between narrative and poetic image-making.

At SPX she will debut the groundbreaking full-color graphic novel Plus si Entente, a book produced collaboratively with German cartoonist Kai Pfeiffer. Working internationally, the pair swapped pages and responded to ideas, images, compositions and colors proposed by the other to test the possibilities of narrative within the comics form.

Exhibiting as Frémok, Goblet and Alagbé will also bring with them many works from the publisher’s catalog, including the award-winning collection of Kamagurka and Herr Seele’s Cowboy Henk comic strips (an instant sell-out at MoCCA) and the American debut of Kamagurka and Seele’s brand new Cowboy Henk book, Histoire de la Belgique (pour tous).

Mana Neyesteni is an Iranian cartoonist and illustrator for economic, intellectual, political, cultural, and professional magazines. He is particularly known for his work for the newspaper Zan and Persian language Radio Zamaneh.

A 2006 political cartoon by Neyesteni prompted riots among the oppressed Azeri minority in Iran; the paper in which the cartoon appeared was promptly closed and Neyestani was imprisoned. Upon his temporary release three months later he left the country and currently resides in France. He is the recipient of the Cartoonists Rights Network International award for courage in editorial cartooning, 2010.

His graphic novel An Iranian Metamorphosis was originally published in French, and will debut in an English-language edition from Uncivilized Books at SPX.

Publisher, editor, critic and event organizer Daniel Jiménez Quiroz is the editor of Revista Larva, the leading Colombian comics anthology, which publishes work by artists from throughout South America. Larva has spun off the comics publishing house Editorial Robot, which has published work by artists including Peter Kuper and Powerpaola.

Quiroz also co-organizes the Entreviñetas comics festival which is now in its fifth year and has featured guests including Gabrielle Bell, Ruppert & Mulot, and Anders Nilsen. At SPX, Quiroz will exhibit work from Colombia and will participate in a special panel about Spanish-language comics, including Spanish critic Santiago García, Colombian critic Pablo Guerra, and American publisher Scott Brown.

Quiroz’s visit to SPX is supported by the Ministerio de Cultura of Colombia. Many other international publishers and artists will exhibit at this year’s event, including London-based New Zealander Roger Langridge and Australian cartoonists Frank Candiloro, Matt Emery, Luke Humphris, Matthew Hoddy, Caitlin Major, Nicholas McIvor and Lex Sugden.

How about that line-up?!?

Hey! How about that, we’re in an official announcement! We’re official. Officially official.

Hey I know that guy

— 1 month ago with 38 notes
Videos and Books

Hello, I made a short video, I plan to make more of these, little diary type things about what I am upt o and where I am.

Videos and Books

Hello, I made a short video, I plan to make more of these, little diary type things about what I am upt o and where I am.

— 1 month ago with 4 notes
Back from America

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So I went to San Diego Comicon over the weekend, and it was a blast. I still worked my day job from 9pm-5am every night, then did the convention every day, I am pretty well destroyed here at the end of it. I wish I got to see more stuff that was going on, but I also wanted to be at my table and meet new people. I definitely made sure to duck out to get a photo with Mega64 who I have been fans of…

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— 1 month ago
#mega64  #star bomb  #ninja sex party  #game grumps  #sdcc  #san diego comic con