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I did not plan for this to happen. For the last three weeks World Headquarters has been all about Health Care- all kinds of Health Care for multiple members of the household. None of it was Covid related, which is … Continue reading
Minicomics Live continues. This is the page with the giant space worm on it. I really, really like the giant space worm. Also, we need a page number and an engine nacelle on the falling Shoebox Spacecraft. Also, also, so … Continue reading
The Admiral eats her box lunch, and Mr. Rock is nosy about it. Hope that private log really is private, or else that the Admiral is tolerant of scientific curiosity. And yes, a dinosaur’s box lunch has “dinosaur food” written … Continue reading
Work on Mission: Equinox continues. Here are two more pages of finished pencils. Most of what’s going on here artistically is developing the the character of Rear Admiral Grace. She is amazingly hard to draw, as I try to balance … Continue reading
Minicomics live is a go! Since this has been a busy morning domestically, there’s been a lot more work than posting done. So while I do some scanning and photographing, here’s a hint to get you started. This is the … Continue reading
It’s been a long time since the last Minicomics Live, but I’ve been inspired to try it again as part of SPACE On-Line this weekend. Yes, the Small Press and Alternative Comics Expo, one of our very favorite cons, has … Continue reading
Not everybody knew at the beginning that Mr. Rock really is a plastic action figure, about a foot tall, the size of a Barbie doll or an original GI Joe. It was part of his original concept in my head, … Continue reading
Doodles are usually pretty small in scale, but last night I put one of the most epic settings of all into doodle form. The sandworm of Arrakis is one of my favorite characters in literature. He’s a McGuffin strong enough … Continue reading