oilcandrive
Sean Tiffany lives in Boulder, Colorado and has been a working artist and illustrator for the last twenty years. He has worked for companies such as Marvel Comics, Time Magazine, Sports Illustrated Magazine, Stone Arch Books, and The Geppetto Advertising Group.

In 1998 he wrote, drew, and self published his first comic book called Exit 6 which earned him a Russ Manning Most Promising Newcomer Award nomination.

A freelance illustration career has kept him away from comics for years but his love for the medium just wouldnt go away. Sean's newest project, OilCan Drive, combines a web comic, print comics, videos, art, and music.
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    Sean Tiffany
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OilCan Drive, the 24 Hour Comic Day Challenge, with pages created in one 24 hour period on October 4th and 5th, 2014 at Time Warp Comics in Boulder, Colorado.
OilCan Drive, the 24 Hour Comic Day Challenge, with pages created in one 24 hour period on October 4th and 5th, 2014 at Time Warp Comics in Boulder, Colorado.
OilCan Drive, the 24 Hour Comic Day Challenge, with pages created in one 24 hour period on October 4th and 5th, 2014 at Time Warp Comics in Boulder, Colorado.
OilCan Drive, the 24 Hour Comic Day Challenge, with pages created in one 24 hour period on October 4th and 5th, 2014 at Time Warp Comics in Boulder, Colorado.
OilCan Drive, the 24 Hour Comic Day Challenge, with pages created in one 24 hour period on October 4th and 5th, 2014 at Time Warp Comics in Boulder, Colorado
OilCan Drive, the 24 Hour Comic Day Challenge, with pages created in one 24 hour period on October 4th and 5th, 2014 at Time Warp Comics in Boulder, Colorado.
OilCan Drive, the 24 Hour Comic Day Challenge, with pages created in one 24 hour period on October 4th and 5th, 2014 at Time Warp Comics in Boulder, Colorado.
@Sayra: Thank you, Sayra! I really appreciate the compliment. This round of pages were all done in one 24 hour period for the 24 Hour Comic Book Day Challenge. I am working on the third book in the ongoing story while I post these so I hope you'll stick around when the story continues!
OilCan Drive, the 24 Hour Comic Day Challenge, with pages created in one 24 hour period on October 4th and 5th, 2014 at Time Warp Comics in Boulder, Colorado.
OilCan Drive, the 24 Hour Comic Day Challenge, with pages created in one 24 hour period on October 4th and 5th, 2014 at Time Warp Comics in Boulder, Colorado.
OilCan Drive, the 24 Hour Comic Day Challenge, with pages created in one 24 hour period on October 4th and 5th, 2014 at Time Warp Comics in Boulder, Colorado.
OilCan Drive, the 24 Hour Comic Day Challenge, with pages created in one 24 hour period on October 4th and 5th, 2014 at Time Warp Comics in Boulder, Colorado.
OilCan Drive, the 24 Hour Comic Day Challenge, with pages created in one 24 hour period on October 4th and 5th, 2014 at Time Warp Comics in Boulder, Colorado.
OilCan Drive, the 24 Hour Comic Day Challenge, with pages created in one 24 hour period on October 4th and 5th, 2014 at Time Warp Comics in Boulder, Colorado.
OilCan Drive, the 24 Hour Comic Day Challenge, with pages created in one 24 hour period on October 4th and 5th, 2014 at Time Warp Comics in Boulder, Colorado.
OilCan Drive, the 24 Hour Comic Day Challenge, with pages created in one 24 hour period on October 4th and 5th, 2014 at Time Warp Comics in Boulder, Colorado
OilCan Drive, the 24 Hour Comic Day Challenge, with pages created in one 24 hour period on October 4th and 5th, 2014 at Time Warp Comics in Boulder, Colorado.
24 Hour Comic Day
On October 4th and 5th, 2014 I participated in my first 24 Hour Comic Day at Time Warp Comics in Boulder, Colorado. The goal was to create and finish a 24 page comic story in one 24 hour period. I penciled the pages in non-repo blue pencil and inked them with Sharpie and Micron markers. I lettered the pages the week after on the computer since lettering by hand is not one of my strengths. I also blue penciled both a cover and back cover to the project in the 24 hour period but I finished those later, while at lunch, in the same marker inking style I used on the interior pages.

Over the next 26 weeks I’ll be showing off the results of my 24 hours of madness while I put together the print version of the second issue of OilCan Drive and get caught up on the third issue of the “Tracks” story.

I hope you enjoy.

-Sean Tiffany
@FTON: Oops! I don't know how I forgot to put that next page up when I was finished with it and had it on my regular OilCan Drive website. Thanks for the heads up, FTON! I really appreciate it. Three more pages and we'll wrap this chapter up. Thanks for hanging in there with me!
@Toad: Thanks Todd! Issue 2 has slowed down a bit but that last nine pages will be coming out shortly!