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Jasmine & Lucy

by Melissa Wong

More Jasmine & Lucy on the Tigrikorn Website! www.geocities.com/tigrikorn/

by Christine Chin

INSIDE: by Zach Edelstein and...

by Caroline Wagenaar

www.geocities.com/tigrikorn


In a highschool sketchbook, was merged the mythical unicorn with a tiger... thus creating an amalgam that represents two natures: Idealistic Fantasy and Fierce Reality—TIGRIKORN. He treads the line between competing worlds and ideals; a bit of a misfit, his adventures are chronicled here. Welcome to Issue # 13 of Tigrikorn! This edition is also published ONLINE. Check out the TigriKorn Web site:

www.geocities.com/tigrikorn

The student work for this issue is from my Winter’2000 Cartooning Class. This edition is full of their toons but there is even more online...and some in full color! I hope you enjoy the mix of comix art in the following pages. This ‘zine has comics & writing by students (at Kaleidoscope school of Art in Barrington IL) and myself. I welcome contributions of art, comix, reviews or ideas. Interested? See address on this page.

I’m phasing out the printed version of this zine. A limited number of printed editions will be available for my students . But if you have any questions or comments about this zine or Kaleidoscope School of Art, please don’t hesitate to contact me.

Doug Jennings c/o Kaleidoscope Art School 205 S. Cook Street Barrington, IL 60010 U can also e-mail me at: odjennings@earthlink.net

TigriKorn page3 Comic FunJunk page 20 page5 Media raves Student work SOLOpage 7 Arthur’s Pad page6 SHOTS Comic Luminaus page22 Website page5 sketchbookpage 21 faves leakage

To Be Continued...


Luminaus

Tigrikorn

by Doug Jennings

Cyrus Pyre is transformed by the Imagidragon into a comic book hero. TigriKorn and his team mates watch as Android XTMstands against the Diabolical Dieve...

Android X is TM and Š 2000 by Adam Nevler, used by permission, all rights reserved.

Luminaus (Larry Stone) and Shadow Knight (Lance Wolfe) find themselves ending their battle as the abandoned barn collapses around them. by Doug Jennings Shadow Knight leaves thinking Luminaus is crushed under the rubble...

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In this issue, I want to feature sketches of family and friends. Besides one’s own image in the mirror, family members and friends are the easiest subjects to sketch because they are almost always around.

Android X is TM and © 2000 by Adam Nevler, used by permission, all rights reserved.

the newspaper. I drew this when I was a teen and it helped me practice capturing common gestures from life, such as the way a person sits and reads.

A college friend of mine in the above sketch... I tried to capture form and shadow as well as posture in this quick Pencil drawing.

I used the quick strokes of a nylon-tip marker to capture setting as well as form in this sketch.

The sketch at left was done with gray and black felt markers. Again, I was interested in catching the form of my friend’s face that was made by the surrounding light.

I used a ball point pen to sketch my future wife during a picnic in the park. I always carried my sketch pad with me. At right is a sketch I made of my dad reading

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Continued Next Issue

View more sketchbook leakage at the Tigrikorn online zine! www.geocities.com/tigrikorn

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When “Where’s Waldo” ‘toons were popular a few years ago I did this “Aussie” version. It’s not TOO hard...but kinda fun.

I think this is the first time I featured Music in the Media Raves section of Tigrikorn... but I really can hardly get enough music from the band Jars of Clay. Their songs are deep and spiritual lyrically yet so cutting edge musically. With fresh vocals and musical innovation, they Most recent album have a sound all their own and have established themselves as band that’s in the contemporary music scene for the long haul.

The band has a great site...it has music samples, photos, news... ALL kinds of great stuff!

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Arthur’s Pad by Doug Jennings

Mert and Syd’s rocket Heimlich manuver saved Arthur from the pteradactyl but our hero is not out of trouble yet....

Jasmine & Lucy Previous episode on back cover.

by Melissa Wong

hurry, Arthur!! Use yer Rocket shoes!

Here I am, Covered by Pteradactyl goo and he thinks my shoes wiLL work?

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Continued Next Issue

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Shadow

This section (pages 7-19) is devoted to the student work of my Winter 99-2000 Cartooning Classes at Kaleidoscope School of Art. Also...don’t miss student work on the back cover.

by Ali MirRasekhean

Dogmation

18

by Alex Vietti

7


NIP

8

by Zack Edelstein

NIP continued from page 8

17 continued on page 17


LAUNDRY DAY

16

by Emily Leininger

9


Sockman

10

by Caroline Wagenaar

Skater Lizard

by Nick Errera

15


Captain Marango Continued

14

ZOMBIE PATROL

by Alex Inman

11


Captain Marango

12

by Matthew Sargent

13


Captain Marango

12

by Matthew Sargent

13


Captain Marango Continued

14

ZOMBIE PATROL

by Alex Inman

11


Sockman

10

by Caroline Wagenaar

Skater Lizard

by Nick Errera

15


LAUNDRY DAY

16

by Emily Leininger

9


NIP

8

by Zack Edelstein

NIP continued from page 8

17 continued on page 17


Shadow

This section (pages 7-19) is devoted to the student work of my Winter 99-2000 Cartooning Classes at Kaleidoscope School of Art. Also...don’t miss student work on the back cover.

by Ali MirRasekhean

Dogmation

18

by Alex Vietti

7


Arthur’s Pad by Doug Jennings

Mert and Syd’s rocket Heimlich manuver saved Arthur from the pteradactyl but our hero is not out of trouble yet....

Jasmine & Lucy Previous episode on back cover.

by Melissa Wong

hurry, Arthur!! Use yer Rocket shoes!

Here I am, Covered by Pteradactyl goo and he thinks my shoes wiLL work?

6

Continued Next Issue

19


When “Where’s Waldo” ‘toons were popular a few years ago I did this “Aussie” version. It’s not TOO hard...but kinda fun.

I think this is the first time I featured Music in the Media Raves section of Tigrikorn... but I really can hardly get enough music from the band Jars of Clay. Their songs are deep and spiritual lyrically yet so cutting edge musically. With fresh vocals and musical innovation, they Most recent album have a sound all their own and have established themselves as band that’s in the contemporary music scene for the long haul.

The band has a great site...it has music samples, photos, news... ALL kinds of great stuff!

20

5


In this issue, I want to feature sketches of family and friends. Besides one’s own image in the mirror, family members and friends are the easiest subjects to sketch because they are almost always around.

Android X is TM and © 2000 by Adam Nevler, used by permission, all rights reserved.

the newspaper. I drew this when I was a teen and it helped me practice capturing common gestures from life, such as the way a person sits and reads.

A college friend of mine in the above sketch... I tried to capture form and shadow as well as posture in this quick Pencil drawing.

I used the quick strokes of a nylon-tip marker to capture setting as well as form in this sketch.

The sketch at left was done with gray and black felt markers. Again, I was interested in catching the form of my friend’s face that was made by the surrounding light.

I used a ball point pen to sketch my future wife during a picnic in the park. I always carried my sketch pad with me. At right is a sketch I made of my dad reading

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Continued Next Issue

View more sketchbook leakage at the Tigrikorn online zine! www.geocities.com/tigrikorn

21


Luminaus

Tigrikorn

by Doug Jennings

Cyrus Pyre is transformed by the Imagidragon into a comic book hero. TigriKorn and his team mates watch as Android XTMstands against the Diabolical Dieve...

Android X is TM and Š 2000 by Adam Nevler, used by permission, all rights reserved.

Luminaus (Larry Stone) and Shadow Knight (Lance Wolfe) find themselves ending their battle as the abandoned barn collapses around them. by Doug Jennings Shadow Knight leaves thinking Luminaus is crushed under the rubble...

22

3


In a highschool sketchbook, was merged the mythical unicorn with a tiger... thus creating an amalgam that represents two natures: Idealistic Fantasy and Fierce Reality—TIGRIKORN. He treads the line between competing worlds and ideals; a bit of a misfit, his adventures are chronicled here. Welcome to Issue # 13 of Tigrikorn! This edition is also published ONLINE. Check out the TigriKorn Web site:

www.geocities.com/tigrikorn

The student work for this issue is from my Winter’2000 Cartooning Class. This edition is full of their toons but there is even more online...and some in full color! I hope you enjoy the mix of comix art in the following pages. This ‘zine has comics & writing by students (at Kaleidoscope school of Art in Barrington IL) and myself. I welcome contributions of art, comix, reviews or ideas. Interested? See address on this page.

I’m phasing out the printed version of this zine. A limited number of printed editions will be available for my students . But if you have any questions or comments about this zine or Kaleidoscope School of Art, please don’t hesitate to contact me.

Doug Jennings c/o Kaleidoscope Art School 205 S. Cook Street Barrington, IL 60010 U can also e-mail me at: odjennings@earthlink.net

TigriKorn page3 Comic FunJunk page 20 page5 Media raves Student work SOLOpage 7 Arthur’s Pad page6 SHOTS Comic Luminaus page22 Website page5 sketchbookpage 21 faves leakage

To Be Continued...


Jasmine & Lucy

by Melissa Wong

More Jasmine & Lucy on the Tigrikorn Website! www.geocities.com/tigrikorn/

by Christine Chin

INSIDE: by Zach Edelstein and...

by Caroline Wagenaar

www.geocities.com/tigrikorn

Tigrikorn Zine #13  

Originally published in 2000, This is the 13th Tigrikorn fanzine published as an ongoing outlet for my Cartooning Class student work from Ka...

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