Saturday, February 26, 2011

Preview 3

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Here's a preview page of an ongoing strip entitled Eternal Death ... set in a Victorian-era world where vampires and liches rule benevolently over humans. Gabrielle Harland, a problem solver, becomes embroiled in the politics of those who rule, and those who would challenge that rule.

The artist is Hedda Hasselby, whose manga-esque style lends the story an extra element of style. She is working away feverishly at the first episode when the pressures of real life allow.

Friday, February 25, 2011

Which one?

I'm venturing into the horrible world of web-vertising ... the shameless self promotion of my webcomics. I feel dirty. So to spread the muck around a bit, you can help me choose between these ads ...

Thursday, February 17, 2011

Sneak Peek 2

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Here's the first panel of a story called Bad Meat, drawn beautifully by Andy Sanchez Barreto. When it's done I'll let you know where you can view it.

Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Sneak Peek 1

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I have a six-page story going into an online webcomic anthology next week. It's the first episode of AFTER (the script of which is somewhere on this blog). I'll post the pages in tandem here as well when they go up, but for now here's a sneak peek at the wonderful artwork done by skreem.

I still need a photo or realistic artwork of a person or person looking at some dice for episode 28 of Character Development. So far the response has been underwhelming (read, nonexistent).

Saturday, February 12, 2011

I need a photo to go into Character Development

Episode 28 of Character Development needs a photo of two people looking down in astonishment at two dice.

While I could cajole my wife or friends to be my models I thought I'd open this up to anyone.

This is you chance to appear in a barely read webcomic of dubious quality. How can you say no to that?

Simply submit a photo of two people looking down at two six-sided dice to go with the following panel speech bubbles ...

Person1 (looking astonished): "How the heck did I roll a one using two dice?"
Person2 (looking dismissive): "No idea. But at least you never have to read this comic again."

I'll add in all the speech bubbles later, I just need the photo.

Submitting a pic via photobucket (or the like) is fine, or you can email it to

Sunday, February 6, 2011

Crossover event on Character Development

This week's pages of Character Development guest-star a character from another webcomic, George the Dragon. Gary Lougee was kind enough to let me do a Playmobil version of his wise-cracking dragon, George.

Friday, February 4, 2011

Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Interviewed on Druck Duck

I was text-interviewed by another webcomic creator on Drunk Duck .

At the same time I did a text-interview of him that will appear next week.

It was a fun process. Again, thanks to Drunk Duck for being such a supportive webcomics community.