About ten years ago, an eternity in Internet Time™, I tried my hand at drawing some web comics. While most were of a satirical nature, poking fun at such diverse topics as superheroes and Medieval tapestries, in one case I attempted the daunting (at least for me) challenge of drawing … Continue reading
Many moons ago, I started drawing a comic in (what I thought was) a novel format: each issue was a single piece of paper, folded and folded and folded into a tiny book you unfurled as your read it. It was something I came up with while working at one of … Continue reading
An old drawing of a generic, muscular, energy-shrouded superhero (his name was Twilight), done about 15 years ago in ink and colored pencil.
Here is a scan (click to embiggenate) of a character study I did many moons ago of the primary protagonists of Fury and the Demon.
It’s roughly poster-sized, mostly because I like working large. I find the standard Blueline comic boards absurdly small, and I am simultaneously mystified and amazed that … Continue reading
There are so many good web comics out there to sample and digest, it’s difficult to pick favorites. While there’s plenty of good work being done in more conventional genres (superheroes, gaming, swords … Continue reading
About five years hence, I drew a comic book. My goal had been to write, draw, publish and sell my own comic book at Stumptown Comics Fest, which, sadly no longer exists (it was mismanaged, saw flagging attendance, and finally got absorbed into the Rose City Comic Con in 2014). And, … Continue reading
This morning, I stumbled across the (relatively) new webcomic Kill 6 Billion Demons by the artist Abbadon.
In brief, it’s about a young woman who gets drawn into a nether hellworld inhabited by demonic beings. Driven initially by the fish-out-of-water setup, it quickly sets up … Continue reading