Steve Rude on Nexus: Artist in Motion

Today, instead of just talking about the latest thing in my life, I'm going to do something different.  And instead of Gino doing the selling, I, the Dude, will now assume one of those duties.  It's about my oversized art book that came out in '07.
When I first received a copy of Steve Rude Artist in Motion, I knew I had scored big.
John Fleskes was this books co-author and publisher, which had everything to do with this success.  There was discussion with another publisher at one point, and had I the misfortune of going through with them, it would've been a shameless disaster.  When John stepped up to the plate, I knew it would be done right.
At 208 pages, this book contains my every thought on the subject of drawing, painting, and doing comics.  You'll see the classic artists that influenced me from the beginning; the years of day-to-day struggle to get better; how I developed skills through endless practice and pursuit of a great teachers: and most important--
How this helped me attain what I wanted most in life--to become a comic-book artist.
For that reason, this book resonates far beyond something of the simple picture and caption arrangement of most art books.  For those who have even the mildest interest in the how-to's of comics, art, and illustration, this book was designed to take some of the guess-work out it.
If you've ever entertained owning Steve Rude--Artist in Motion ,  a good deal awaits...


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To any and all Dude fans, if you don’t have this hefty tome yet, drop everything and order it. It is absolutely gorgeous, and well worth the coin, Fleske Publishing did a bang up job.


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