Jason Brubaker’s reMIND

Jason Brubaker, currently at Dreamworks, has been working in the freelance commercial world, art directing, animating and toiling on a graphic novel on the side. His “reMIND” graphic novel was originally going to be animated but, he says:

“I scrapped it after doing 5 minutes because it took way too long. Jim Ballantine suggested I make a graphic novel instead and here I am now. Most of this art is what got me hired at Dreamworks to do visual development, but I still force myself to work on it at nights and weekends. Gotta keep the dream alive. Luckily most of it was finished before I started at Dreamworks so I’m more or less just finishing the coloring now days.

“I’m giving myself the goal of November to finish so that I can have it ready for the next Comic Con. Basically by the time I have most of the pages online, It should be in print. Hopefully. My site features my working pages as well as what I’ve been learning in the process.”

The reMIND blog not only previews Jason’s incredible art and comics, but offers invaluable step-by-step lessons on creating a graphic novel. Well worth exploring.


  • http://www.toonhole.com Chris Allison

    AWESOME! That blog is really sweet and educational. Thanks Jerry for finding it, and thanks to Jason Brubaker for sharing his insights!

  • http://www.d3capmode.blogspot.com Jason Scheier

    Brilliant blog of a super amazing artist and friend! Looking forward to seeing more of reMIND! Thanks for posting this Jerry!

  • http://www.hartworks.net Paul Hartsuyker

    Just to jump in and say Thank You!! I visit here frequently, but this link was so “tasty” that I had to “jump in” and thank you for the posting. I do appreciate Cartoon Brew and all of the links that it has brought to my attention.
    Paul

  • http://www.hipchickcomics.com Ashanti

    Good to know. I’m considering WordPress as a new home for my webcomic, however I needed to know more about it. Thanks to Jason for clearing a up a few questions I had.

  • Anne

    His artwork is AMAZING. Wow! :)

  • http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/brubaker/remind-volume-2-and-box-set charles

    He ran a Kickstarter for printing Volume 1 of reMIND and made $13,000 for the project a couple of years ago.

    Jason Brubaker now has a new Kickstarter running for Volume 2 of his reMIND story which has reached over $80,000 so far with 6 days to go.

    http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/brubaker/remind-volume-2-and-box-set

  • Amanda Meow

    I Loved this one