Art

Playing to Get Work Done

In my last post I discussed how Juicy Ink’s 30 Day Sketchbook Challenge inspired me to stop the excuses and start working in my sketchbook again. This was kind of important to me in finally letting myself do some ugly drawings– which is a problem I’ve had since before art school. In my mind, I want everything to be beautiful, and if it doesn’t meet a certain criteria in my head, I just stop working on the piece. Now while there is some kind of argument in being efficient and leaving a piece before working it into the ground attempting […]


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Posted On June 22, 2016 10:44 am

SPX, Inktober, and Web Comics, OH MY!

So much has been happening both in the professional and personal side of my life! It’s been bananas! After SPX, I took a much needed break, as my life since March has been comics and sickness, and that’s pretty much it. But then October started, and that means Inktober! I’m a bit behind on my days, but I’ve sworn to myself I’ll get 31 (non comic) ink drawings done, even if it leaks into November– which it is going to. My running list of completed illustrations can be seen here. Instead of floundering on what to draw each day this […]


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Posted On October 29, 2015 2:12 pm

SPX

Blog, let’s stop meeting like this okay? But I guess it’s good that I’ve been too busy to write? Right? SPX IS IN THREE DAYS, EVERYONE! Ever since I finished the GPM comic, I’ve been fully focused on getting things ready for SPX. Namely… The first seven pages of my new webcomic will be making it’s debut this weekend! Tokyo HEART Story has been something I’ve been working on for several years on and off, so it’s really really awesome for me to finally have printed pages of it in my hands that I can share with the world X3 […]


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Posted On September 15, 2015 9:26 pm

In Which Comic Pages are Made

I LIIIIIIIIIVE! Okay, so I’ve been incredibly busy with getting the pages done for the project for NASA that I talked about in my last post (three months ago *cough cough*). All the finished pages, including cover and the like, were sent off this week! Like I mentioned before, I was sharing quite a bit of my progress on social media, but in case you missed it, I thought it would be neat to break down my process for creating comic pages. When making comic pages, it’s incredibly important to start with a plan, so your storytelling will make cohesive […]


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Posted On July 26, 2015 6:58 pm

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