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1998 & 2004 Stan Sakai Interviews on Youtube/Sergio Aragones

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1998 & 2004 Stan Sakai Interviews on Youtube/Sergio Aragones

Postby Randy Clute » Thu Sep 08, 2016 19:42 +0000

I am not sure if these have been linked in the past, but looking through the forums I could not find them mentioned, so I thought I would post them here.

The first one is more obscure and is from 1998, but is really neat to see: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Zn_GDRtobo

The other one is possibly my favorite Stan Sakai interview on youtube, as it shows him finishing a drawing with colored ink, which you do not see too often: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mf-ClzImAKA

Finally, for those of you who are Sergio Aragones fans, his appearance on Stan Lee's Comic Book Greats was uploaded 6 months ago here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yzac_3Y_Tng
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Re: 1998 & 2004 Stan Sakai Interviews on Youtube/Sergio Arag

Postby Randy Clute » Thu Sep 08, 2016 19:44 +0000

Another thing that is interesting about the 2nd video is that the uploader's name is Stan Sakai, though I do not think it is the real Stan Sakai. Maybe a dojoboard member?
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Re: 1998 & 2004 Stan Sakai Interviews on Youtube/Sergio Arag

Postby Warren » Thu Sep 22, 2016 8:29 +0000

Randy Clute wrote: The other one is possibly my favorite Stan Sakai interview on youtube, as it shows him finishing a drawing with colored ink, which you do not see too often: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mf-ClzImAKA


This one's up on Stan's site, on the 'art process' page. But yeah, I don't think that makes the youtube uploader any more the real Stan Sakai!
It's great to see an Usagi piece worked on from start to finish. My first thought was "Blimey! Someone tell me that pencilling's been speeded up!" But I guess Stan's had enough practise not to hang around. :D And there's the near-legendary Koh-i-noor pen and Badger Opaque ink in action. Magic.

Thanks for pointing out those other videos. The bookseller from Broken Ritual? Brilliant!
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