I brought home a bunch of original art this winter break. I realized it basically falls into four size categories:
I’m home at my folks’ house for the holiday, which naturally means rereading my comic collection.
Came across this panel (from Strangers in Paradise pocket book 1) and had to share. Terry Moore: proud member of the Hawkeye Initiative since before it existed!
Moore is phenomenal at drawing women, with much diversity of body types, so this parody cover is especially funny coming from him.
Last fall I made this 1-page watercolor comic that was a spoof of the “Just Say No” campaign. I had a lot of fun drawing those chicks, so this fall, I brought them back for a “digital comic” which is here.
It’s a PDF, meant to be viewed at full-screen, so you can click through with the right arrow key, getting the full effect of the slight “animation.” So…please view it that way.
Student work on display at ShopSCAD right now.
A couple things from my current sketchbook. The top image was a quick floorplan for my main character’s apartment. Needed to figure out that space a little more clearly. Only drew the furniture that’s been relevant to scenes so far.
Here’s another Digital Design Issues assignment, also featuring my parents’ dogs! This got turned into a little mini-comic made out of a single sheet of 8.5”x11” paper.