In case you missed it, the latest page of An Ordinary Princess is online!
Also, the latest Harvey Award nominations have been announced! You should scroll through the list (and vote!). There are some awesome creators and comics up for nomination.
So if you’re wondering why my posts have been pretty infrequent here, this is why! I’m knee deep in a very exciting comic project right now and it’s been consuming a lot of art-time during the week. This is the main character of the story, Cleo, a sassy 6th grader who fights aliens.
There’s now a website up with some info about the story. There will be more as time goes on, but for now, get excited. :)
The fate of a kidnapped princess, today on An Ordinary Princess.
I’ve been doing some research on deep sea creatures and I found this little guy in one of my books. Naturally, I had to take a moment to draw him. He reminds me of something Lisa would draw.
Diabolical biscuits! What crazy scheme has the queen of Florim cooked up?! Find out on a new page of An Ordinary Princess!
Today’s the day!
Since January of this year, I’ve been putting together a sad little comic called Petrichor. This marks the official release date— the full 10-page prologue is already waiting for you to read!
Head on over HERE to check it out. From here on out, a new page will be up every Tuesday.
So go ahead and scope out the SCAD Senior Thesis that I’ve kept in secret for so long. Find out how a fallen doctor seeks to win back the affection of his ex-girlfriend by curing her of cancer. Come back on Tuesday for the beginning of chapter 1!
My wonderfully talented friend Lisa just launched her webcomic! Go read it! Bookmark it! Follow it!
Lady of the Lake.
Ooo! Creeepy! I remember in high school (back when I was considered queen bee of drawing among my peers) I had this friend who hated it when I drew stuff that was anything other than happy rainbows. I would draw someone angry or sad and she would say, “Ewww! Why would you draw that?” It hurt then, because it can be fun drawing that kind of stuff. But now I just think, hey, if you’re going to be a well-rounded artist, you’re going to need to draw more than just the cutesy stuff. Anyways. I was just thinking about her as I worked on this.
As the month of May comes to a close, keep an eye out for the official launch of my webcomic, Petrichor.
Head over to Inkblazers.com on Friday, May 30th to read about how a fallen doctor seeks to win back the affection of his ex-girlfriend by curing her of cancer. After this special 10-page release, the comic will update once a week.
Links will be posted later. I’m pretty stoked!
Y’all better go read this when it starts up. It’s gonna be great.