Daily comic 31 of 31!
We’re finally here! Despite the vicissitudes of the routine, pardon the oxymoron.
It’s been as rewarding as it’s been exhausting, but I’m not sure how to coalesce all that’s happened into a little post. Some from real life, some from dreams, some from suggestions and a roll of the dice, there’s something to be said about improv pieces of fiction. This position of forcing yourself into getting something done as if failing just isn’t a concept gets the gears turning “a las malas” as they say.
Anyway, nevermind that, I just like comix. A lot. And now, to put this little experiment to rest (for now): Continue reading
Daily comic 30 of 31! We’re almost there!!
I’m pretty excited, of course (and hungry (of course)), but I’ve been a little concerned with the tunnel vision of staring to closely at my own work nonstop.
Can’t wait to comb through these and cringe here and there at little oversights. But that’s part of it, right? On the plus side also, feels nice sitting down to work, and having it be less and less about mental gymnastics to do so. Not that I have a flawless work ethic either, but that’s what this is all for.
Well, here’s another short comic about friends and such. Enjoy: Continue reading
Daily comic 15 of 31! We’re halfway there!
Really ought to sleep/wake up earlier. Also, been playing with workflows. I think today’s was actually pretty comfortable. Involved having layouts on one side and freehanding the rest on the other side, if that makes sense. Seems to have gotten rid of some of the clutter that got in the way prior.
Anyway, here’s a campy comic, I think? : Continue reading
Daily six-page comic 3 of 31. Already about 1/10th done and my back is hurting more than my hand. Any suggestions from artists or writers or pianists out there?
Here’s the comic (thanks for reading): Continue reading
Daily comic 2 of 31. Definitely glad I got a good night’s sleep.
I’m getting more comfortable in working like this, so I’m hoping I’ll be almost mechanical by the time we get deep into this.
Without further ado, the six-page comic: