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Category >> Gabrielle Bell

Sketchbook #9
Written by Eric Reynolds | Filed under Gabrielle Bellart 7 Apr 2008 8:46 AM

Gabrielle Bell drew this beautiful picture of my three cats (from top to bottom) Jaybird, Martini and Sancho. 

When I decided to share these sketchbook pictures, I photographed all of them and uploaded them into a private Flickr set in a random order and have just been uploading them one a day in the order of the Flickr set. It's very weird that this picture came up for today, because yesterday we had to say goodbye to Martini, who passed away at age 14.  R.I.P., Martini Baton, 1994-2008.

MOME Interview 2: Gabrielle Bell
Written by Mike Baehr | Filed under MomeGabrielle Bell 4 Feb 2008 2:47 PM

Illustration by Gabrielle Bell

Presenting the second MOME interview to be presented on Fantagraphics.com in its entirety: Gabrielle Bell, from MOME Vol. 2:

gary groth: Do you remember a time or a period when you made a decision... "This is what I want to do?"

gabrielle bell: Yes. I was traveling at the time. I was in Texas and I was just wandering through a comic book store. There were some instructions on how to become a comic artist. It was very simple — very, very easy. But actually, it was before that I decided to be a cartoonist, maybe a couple of weeks before. It was pretty organic.

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