I no longer update DeviantArt with my daily sketches as it's more cumbersome to post art here than any other image hosting site or social media site. I still keep this account mostly for reference hunting and posting more finished work.
These days I've been working on a second comic, called Incident at the Game Store. I adapted this greentext story from 4chan to teach myself to draw a comics faster. I made small changes and deviations from the original story but still tried to keep the spirit and humor of the original.
On a whim, I also decided to document and record my process and progress in making the comic on my website. I did this to h
This year has been fairly progressive in terms of the stuff I wanted to do. I completed Shirley’s Day after three years of on and off working. Motivated by that, I’m well on my way to making more comics to prove that that first one wasn’t a fluke, and so far I’m burning through it faster than I did my first time which shows immediate progress on my part. It’s still slower than I want, but that insane comic artist speed should come with time put in.
It’s dumb to go comparing myself negatively to every artist who drops a picture remotely above a rough sketch, so I’m doing more to put forth the effort i
Shirley's Day is up for sale on my Etsy Store! You can buy a print or a digital copy today! Thank you for your support for all of these long years! Please look forward to what I have next in the future!