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Making a “Pretty Good Dragons” minicomic this week. This series, for those who haven’t run across it before, is a commentary on the relationship between people and their pets. Except the pets are dragons. The PGD cartoons almost always start … Continue reading
Considering moving into the modern world and getting one of those way cool retractable convention banners. The final version will be in full color and look really snappy and polished if I do it right. But before the process gets … Continue reading
With the new story in the final stages, here are a couple of snippets from the pencils. Above, Pounce and the Black Chicken. Below, Jessie.
Drawing in my lap: the final design for the Monster Hunter character in my current story. The regular cast are looking pretty chibi, but she is the chibi-est.
Some pretty elaborate marginalia (in other words, doodles) from a page of notes. From the top: tiny doodle person, androgynous character with a monocle, fancy scribble fish. As (almost) always: Zebra Sarasa gel pen (0.7) in “porto” on cheap yellow … Continue reading
Here’s a first look at a new character for this year’s Oh Comics! story to debut at SPACE in the spring. This is a themed anthology and this year’s theme is Monsters. So, “Monsters of Kekionga”, and therefore, a visiting … Continue reading
Happy (American) Thanksgiving*! I have made you a traditional Thanksgiving art/craft, the handprint turkey. The conventional media for this form are construction paper, wax crayon and white glue, but this one is executed in brush pen over pencil on yellow … Continue reading
A autumnal beastie in turtleneck, lunchtime today. Vintage filter for a groovy parchment look.
I decided to participate in Inktober this year, and already, here on October 4th, the results have been interesting. Inktober is one of those internet art challenges where people attempt to do or accomplish something over the course of a … Continue reading