Gerhard. Gare-hard? Jer-ard?
Sean Michael Robinson at The Comics Journal did an exhaustive interview with Gerhard, Dave Sim's background artist on Cerebus. It's a must read for every cartoonist who cares about technique, as the Robinson asks Gerhard about specific pages throughout the comic's decades-long run, with Gerhard talking about everything from his preference to toothbrushes over airbrushes for snow effects to showing photos of the models he built ho help him draw rows of houses on slanted streets.
Gerhard with his models.
Gerhard is one of the best draftsman in the last 50 years of comics, and this interview is one of the richest resources I've ever had a chance to bring to your attention. Read, and watch as a man grows from a talented amateur into a true virtuoso, sharing his secrets with us.
A floor plan to a room in Cerebus.
Jesus, I love how loose Guy Davis' pencils are. I always learn something about keeping freedom in my inking looking at them.
Oh, by the way, I'm selling some clothes on Ebay, if anyone's interested:
Rare Red Swiss Army coat
Green double-breasted jacket
Tailored brown suit