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It’s week two of the annual South by Southwest festival in Austin, Texas, and ROBOT 6 favorite Warwick Johnson Cadwell is being featured in Mondo’s Game of Thrones gallery show (Arrested Motion has some great images from the show on its blog). This is the latest prestigious gig in WJC’s long march to stardom, following his appointment last year as the new Tank Girl artist. We caught up with Warwick, who provided us with a series of drawings taking us through his process as he worked up his commission from the design house.
Warwick began by drawing both his favorite characters from the multi-award winning HBO fantasy drama: “I did Samwell first: it was sketched out, then lightboxed with a variety of brush pens (fancy, knackered, cheap and drying out).”
In what’s undoubtedly one of the strangest pairings in recent memory, South by Southwest is bringing together acclaimed author Neil Gaiman and Two and a Half Men creator Chuck Lorre for a featured session at the 2013 SWSW Interactive Festival. Weird, right?
To be fair, Lorre is a veteran television-comedy writer and producer who’s other creations include Grace Under Fire, Cybill, Dharma & Greg and The Big Bang Theory. So he’s now slouch, even you don’t care for his shows — or if you know him better for his bizarre public feud with actor Charlie Sheen. Still, he’s probably not the first person you’d think of the subject of a Gaiman interview.
Held March 9 in Dell Hall of the Long Center in Austin, Texas, “Chuck Lorre: In Conversation with Neil Gaiman” will focus on the challenges of running three of the most successful series on TV and the story Lorre’s legendary, and occasionally controversial, end-show-vanity cards. A curated selection of those cards was published last fall in a hardcover coffee-table book called What Doesn’t Kill Us Makes Us Bitter (the proceeds of which go to Lorre’s Dharma-Grace Foundation, which supports the Venice Family Clinic).