A project I did for an art class - illustrate a children’s book. I chose to illustrate an Aesop fable called “The Cat-Maiden”. Thus, I can’t take credit for the writing, just the drawings. To be completely honest, I pumped this thing out in about 2 days. Don’t procrastinate, kids. I think it still looks decent, though!
I felt like drawing some sequential art, since I haven’t done much comic-making since I put Angelfish on hold for a rewrite. I don’t want to start working on any AF pages until the script is done, so I didn’t really have any particular comic in mind to draw… So I thought I’d draw a random Pesterlog to sort of get back into the comic-making groove. And to try to figure out how to color a comic well… I’d like to do AF in full color, but I suck at coloring in general and coloring comics in particular.
It’s from this Pesterlog, and I was intending to draw the rest of the conversation. I have some of it drawn out, and I might finish it, just for completeness’ sake - and for more practice.
I always answer the Pokegear. ALWAYS.
I was too lazy to look up a reference for the Pokegear when I was drawing, though, so… 90s cell phone brick. Yep.
Concept art for my webcomic, Angelfish. I’m completely rewriting the story, so much so that after the first chapter it hardly even looks like the same comic. I’m redesigning the characters and setting as well. I’m working on the script for Script Frenzy this month and I hope to relaunch the webcomic by the end of this year.