Working on pages for Doug Hahner’s MY GEEK FAMILY, a slice of life comic about a day in the life of his geeky family. It’s a sweet comic, and it’s going to be fun to draw. Like this page.
Page 22 of my limited series webcomic went up recently.
We’re coming up to the end of act 2 pretty soon. I hope you’re enjoying it, and hopefully I’m back to updating this blog regularly.
I hope you’re reading my little webcomic on the Gray Haven website.
And I hope you’re enjoying it. I drew a 1pg non-canonical comic featuring the Pebble because a couple people seem to really like this character, and asked for it. So, to show my thanks for the support, here it is. Hope you find it entertaining.
Thanks for reading!
1 March was, for some reason, dubbed “creator owned day”. The idea was that you were supposed to create your own character, draw it, and post it online. Fun idea, until everyone decided NOT to do it. The only people who mentioned the day also mentioned how every day is creator owned day for them. The other half of the people who mentioned it just recommended creator owned books to read.
Well, I did it. I decided I wanted to do a riff on the TORTOISE & THE HARE story set to the backdrop of bullet car racing. Then I remembered Skottie Young’s APOCOLYPSE BUNNY.
I just find the idea of it adorable, and fun to draw.
So, my tortoise went from being a rookie racer going up against the veteran badass Bunny racer to a 400yr old Tortoise with a mounted rotary gun on his shell that remembers the “old times”.
It was fun to sketch out, so I drew it.
Some great videos I “recently” found.
Dave Gibbons teaches you more than just how to use a cintiq.
Four videos of Jeff Smith teaching you how to make comics from beginning to finish. When he starts inking, make sure you’re watching closely.
And, the reason “recently” is in quotes above, because I’m sure i’ve posted these next vids before, but who can’t get enough of Doug TenNapel talking about making comics?