Let’s Speak English #24!

I spent a while afterwards researching whether gingerbread men ever had any religious significance. If they did, it was quite a while ago.

And yes, we also have Ginger Men.

Let’s Speak English #23!

DO YOU THINK ‘LET IT GO’… MIGHT BE A PUN….

Anyway I’ve got relatives in Chicago. I’ve seen some snow up in here.

I drew fruits for school! I wanna teach ‘em all to my third graders then play English fruits basket :>

I just found this old assignment from a storyboarding class. MEMORIES

I don’t think I ever posted all of this up here so here it is! For historical purposes.

It was from a story idea about a galactic cruise liner that’s destroyed and an attendant android that has to get a young stowaway home. Or something.

Final complete! I might tweak a few things if I get time before leaving for A-Kon but in general this is it :0

The assignment was to create a 5-page comic in which you wake up after hearing a noise. You reach for your phone but can’t find it, then hear an even more concerning sound. You find something to use as a weapon and go to open the door. Then ????

Page 4 down! Just one to go! Push push push!

Page 4 down! Just one to go! Push push push!

Page 3 down! 2 to go!

Page 3 down! 2 to go!

Page 2 down!

Page 2 down!

One page of my final down, four to go! Decided to leave any toning for the end if I have time. (These are tight roughs)
I always wanted to challenge myself to use some heavy blacks without tones anyway for next time I gotta do a B+W comic.

One page of my final down, four to go! Decided to leave any toning for the end if I have time. (These are tight roughs)

I always wanted to challenge myself to use some heavy blacks without tones anyway for next time I gotta do a B+W comic.

More process book work P: Steffi after Faith Erin Hicks, Glider, and Takehito Harada

More process book work P: Steffi after Faith Erin Hicks, Glider, and Takehito Harada

Part of our “Process Book” is to draw some pages based on the artists we featured in it. So here is a Power Girl after Amanda Conner, one of my favorite superhero comic artists.

Part of our “Process Book” is to draw some pages based on the artists we featured in it. So here is a Power Girl after Amanda Conner, one of my favorite superhero comic artists.

My hair is naturally pretty frizzy ‘n’ wavy. Coupled with the fact that I shower at night rather than in the morning and the result is FOOFLE

My hair is naturally pretty frizzy ‘n’ wavy. Coupled with the fact that I shower at night rather than in the morning and the result is FOOFLE