A lapdog comic (?) I’m risoprinting for Best in Show, a dogshow curated by Alison Dubois. Limited number of copies will be for sale.
Yesterday’s Hourly Comic. Most whiny, annoying and bawwey bits brushed out for your convenience.
A semi-constrained strip I did for fun last night. The constraints are: 1. The drawing is each panel is the opposite of the text in the caption (I first lettered all the monologue), 2. In the final panel the caption text and the drawing must meet, 3. (well, this is just silly) there must be an element of CB slang in each panel.
I’m convinced that @Horse_ebooks is the last hope of modern literature, and it’s about time someone did a
comic book graphic novel adaptation. Tried to imitate horse_ebooks’ unfinished charm with deliberately awkward drawings, now I think I should’ve gone with clean line for contrast.
A page from my comic for Chameleon #2. No idea how I’m supposed to finish it in current state. Moved to a new apartment to be closer to work and got fired next day. Please please let me know if you have any work for me, tumblr friends! Ironically, related questions:
Anonymous asked you:So what do you do for a living? besides illustration
That’s exactly what I’m wondering about right now. In other words, nothing.
Anonymous asked you:are you single?
Thanks for rubbing it in.
Anonymous asked you:
when i couldn’t find a place that sold the october 31st issue of the new yorker, i ripped the picture you did out of a library copy
You’re a very naughty boy and I shall spank your face.
Hello, animated comics: Late Night Date. I wish you could animate straight in Illustrator. Flash is such a pain.
Tried drawing on a miniature scale (each panel 1x1 inch), it was utter torture. Now I have even more respect for Chris Ware.