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March 5, 2011 at 8:24 AM

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Video | Watch Seattle artist Shane White sketch his comic creations at Emerald City Comicon

Posted by Tiffany Campbell

Self-named Seattle "sequentialist" artist Shane White, known for his work on the miniseries Heroic Age: One Month To Live and Comic Book Tattoo, Tales Inspired by Tori Amos, will be sketching all weekend at the 9th Annual Emerald City Comicon in downtown Seattle.

He describes himself as a "sequentialist" because his storytelling involves both words and pictures. You can find more of his work on his personal website or in The Comic Book Database.

Seattle Times videographer Genevieve Alvarez caught up with White to talk art, comics and demonstrate his sketch skills.

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