Useful tips, reviews, comic events, competitions, zines, methods, and my progress on my way to becoming the comic artist I want!
Thank you so much for the kind words! I do everything digitally, actually. From thumbnails to finished art, soup to nuts, all on a Wacom Cintiq. Occasionally I’ll do some early sketches in pencil, but that’s pretty rare.
Here’s a process shot of a page from Invisible Injury.
wohooo!!! Now we know!!
Hello peeps! After slaving myself to my chemistry qualifying exams for months, struggling with sexist lab drama (more on this handfull event coming up), focusing on my impossible research, and once again attending the wonderful APE, I have come back to this blog to record my progress with this whole comics thang. I have been drawing and writing here and there this whole year, but nothing I put the entirety of my effort into. But, “these things cannot be silenced.” The desire to tell my story, to make comics, to convey through visual and literary art those experiences I’ve lived and the comments I want to scream out of the top of my lungs, have finally caught up with me.
And that’s how I find myself here, once again. In order to improve my drawing skills, practice comic storytelling, and get used to all those little details behind the production of a comic strip, I will be posting one drawing or strip a day. Yes, this means that sometimes I will post after midnight. And, no, I won’t miss a day. Excited already? I am!
I have other mini-projects for 2014, but shhh, those are secret for now. Stay posted!