Good evening, Boils and Ghouls!
Or morning, depending on when you read this.
I think it’s safe to admit, three years later, that I ghosted (Boo! Did I scare you?) a four-pager Spongebob Squarepants Halloween comic story adventure.Yeah, I know, only three pages are here, but I lost the last one, and besides, you should travel back in time and buy this one. Support the arts, cheapskate.
Basically, what I did, which admittedly, wasn’t much, was thumbnail the layouts and the far superior in every way, Stephen DeStefano made it look beautiful. It truly was a honor to work with him. I’m still up for working without credit, dudes. Hook me up…and SATAN!
October is Halloween Awareness Month. Tell your pit bull.
Now you know what you are doing Sept. 19th.
More to come from Monster Lou…
Scope a peek at this t-shirt I’m workin’ on.
Thanks, Allen Mueller!
I think the title says it all.
This is a good of a way as any to commemorate a trip to Switzerland.
I think this is as good as any, way to memorialize a family trip.
I’m telling you. Allen is gonna have his own wing in lattaland.
I draw nice things sometimes.
My pal Allen is becoming my patron. Thanks for the fun commission, dude!
My pal Elvis Rico’s launching a new podcast called ‘Laughing With Cancer.’ Details to come.
I’m proud to be part of Amulet’s Spring/Summer launch.
Model: Darla Harland
Wanna hear me talk about tracing paper? I said, DO YOU WANNA HEAR ME TALK ABOUT TRACING PAPER? Of course you do, silly billy.
Well, then, smart guy, check out this ever so delightful interview by Scott Perez Fox with yours truly on The Busy Creator Podcast.
Take it away Scott:
Prescott speaks to Cartoonist & Illustrator Josh Latta, on how he got started in art, his daily workflow and routine, and making a name for himself on the Internet. We also dissect the difference between a cartoonist and an illustrator, and question the use of hand-drawn vs. typeset lettering in comics.
CLICK HERE FOR The Busy Creator Podcast, episode 5 with Cartoonist & Illustrator Josh Latta