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This little guy has been trotting around Kekionga for the last few days. Just for fun, I edited and colored the drawing of the day sketch I did to get his character design down on paper. He’s one of those … Continue reading
Is anything ever finished? Well, it darn well better be, if any comics are ever going to actually be published anywhere in the world, much less here in Kekionga. Here’s the probably finished cover you saw in a partially inked … Continue reading
Minicomics out of nowhere! I wrote maybe 70-75% of a super short today, with no help, prompts, random words out the the dictionary or anything. This is a rarity. Not that I haven’t been writing minicomics scripts unassisted all along, … Continue reading
Last Sunday’s Tumblr treat was this classic panel from an as yet unidentified comic:Scroll down to read what I wrote about it, mostly how it reminded me immediately of Bud and Jack. Never let it be said that I know … Continue reading
Found this large quick gesture drawing of Bud while I was looking for something else in the still-pretty-messy studio. It’s on a 14 x 17 sheet and the loose, loopy unstructured brushwork suggests that it’s one of the drawings I … Continue reading
(Someday I want to learn to make animated gifs. If I do, I wonder if I can post them to my blog and have them work … Let’s conduct an experiment.) This little animation proves that my sketchbooks do not … Continue reading
Spent an absurd amount of time over the last couple of days composing and coloring the cover for Apples and Oranges. As always, it looks a bit silly in the flat, but the test folds look pretty good. A little … Continue reading
I bought a new set of fonts over the weekend: HWT Slab from the Hamilton Wood Type Foundry. Slab is based on classic Clarendon extra bold wooden types commonly used in the late 19th century, and the Slab set includes … Continue reading
Just finished cleaning up, scanning and sorting twenty seven new drawings of spirit rocks. They’re destined to serve as spot illustrations for Junkyard Moon, where they’ll mark the ends of the individual stories, and probably show up in other places. … Continue reading