Saturday, March 31, 2018

Marchin' On

I'm only two months away from turning in my completed graphic novel to Iron Circus Comics. This is so exciting! As of this moment, half of the book is fully colored. Day by day, this project feels more real. From what I understand, the book is estimated to be available in early 2019. So hang in there folks. You'll see it sometime!



In other news, I'm continuing to press on with my autobiographical comic on my missions trip to Tijuana, Mexico. I'm about half-way through this short story, so this may be finished up in late May as well.


I am also looking forward to tabling at G-Fest this year, so I'm trying to put together some fun new prints.




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And here's a doodle dump:













Wednesday, February 28, 2018

Hourly Comic Day (Year 3)

This February marks my third year participating in Hourly Comic Day. The goal is to draw a comic or panel for every waking hour on February 1st. Here is how my day went:

















This was also my 2nd year tabling at the MSU Comics Forum. This is a very creator-focused and book-centric show--definitely one of my favorites each year.





I've made an effort to continue some warm-up sketches as well:













And lastly, I'm excited to announce that I have (hopefully) completed all my editing and have moved on to coloring my graphic novel, Minus. This step has really made the book come to life, and I'm excited to share it with you all later this year.


Alright. Let's march on to next month!



Wednesday, January 31, 2018

2018 Begins

I can't begin to describe how much I appreciate the opportunity to start the year by working at home. So much progress has been made-- I've had the inclement weather to thank for many days trapped at my desk.

Perhaps my largest accomplishment this month was completing the entire first pass of my graphic novel, Minus. January must be the month for this sort of thing, seeing as I finished my first webcomic, Petrichor at this time two years ago. I am finalizing revisions with my editor and then I can move on to the very last step: adding color.  This leaves the project right on track to be completed at the end of May. Three graphic novels in four years--not bad.



In other news, I have a plan to pitch a new graphic novel soon. That's all I will say for now.

And as always, here is a dump of my other sketches. This year is off to a good start!