Here’s a post I thought you’d like.
I did an interview on the wombmates! you should check it out. I actually come off sounding like I have some idea what the fuck is going on!
Here’s something I did about a month ago. Not really sure what is going on here. It’s just a drawing done for the fun of it, rather than something will be done later on for a comic. I’ve posted a few things lately that have just been drawings because it’s something I’ve been working hard at getting back into my routine. I pretty much only draw when it’s related to comics and I think that it has had more of a negative effect than a positive one. It was fun to be able to just cut loose and draw for the fun it.
My daughter saw this drawing and told me the guy on the left was named Frog Captain. I guess you can’t argue with that.
This might look a bit familiar too you because I posted a cropped version of this drawing not too long ago. I hadn’t planned on posting a picture of the whole thing, but I got the most likes I’ve gotten on a tumblr post so I thought I would show the whole image.
This is set up to be like a classic comic cover, with the cover title and cover copy, but I did not draw it with the intention of using it. It was just something I did for fun. It seems like every comic must have at least one cover where the title character is “unleashed”, so I thought it would be funny to go the opposite way and show a character just doing something normal.
The idea for this came to me when I was doing this very thing: sitting in a pair of track pants and a flannel shirt, eating chips and salsa, while watching Netflix. I had just gotten off work not to long before hand and I was just sitting there relaxing. For some reason it came to me that this would be a great cover to a comic, so I just decided to draw it.
I would like to do another Lonewolf comic at some point, so I might end up really using this as a cover.
Here’s two panels from a story I’m doing. I’m working on a few things right now. In a way it has really slowed me down, since I’ve done enough artwork that it would be a finished comic if all the art were for a single project, but in other ways it’s been fun. When I’m feeling worn out on something it’s nice to be able and keep producing work.