Thursday | May 15th, 2008

Flashlight - BLAH! AH!

Work on this comic is going slowly (as usual), but I’m very pleased with how it’s turning out so far. Here’s a panel that I had fun drawing. :D I’m still in the penciling stage so I slapped on some photoshop to give it some atmosphere. I’m not sure how the inking will look in the end yet.

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Did You Miss Us?

October 10th, 2008

They’re here! Ten more monsters for your viewing pleasure! Momentum has slowed a bit, but I’m still cranking these guys out. :)

In other news, I’m getting back into comics REALLY SOON! I’ve been away from them too long. The reunion will be sweet.

100 Tiny Monsters - Set 3

September 18th, 2008


Monster mash!!!!!

100 Tiny Monsters - Set 2

September 16th, 2008

I was told not to come into work today because the computers are being updated. I was annoyed! But then I got busy painting monsters. :D


100 Tiny Monsters Project

September 15th, 2008

I’m continually getting comments/compliments on the mini series of tiny watercolor monsters I made for the Great River Arts Faculty show. In response, I’ve decided to create 100 more! There will be 10 sets of 10 which I hope to complete before the end of the year. They will be sold eventually, but not yet! I may keep them until all 100 are done and see about arranging a show all my own somewhere. Yes, I have big dreams!

Until then, please enjoy this quick scan of set one! (The colors are much more vibrant and alive in person. My scanner hates watercolors.)

Hodei & Gero

September 14th, 2008

After two years of keeping this story pretty much under wraps, it’s exciting and nerve wrecking to actually tell people about it. So please bear with me if my writing is a little shaky! I’d like to officially introduce Hodei and Gero. Their rivalry is the structure this story is built around.

Hodei (left) is the main character. He is brooding, impatient, and sensitive. He has artistic talents not yet realized. He is too wrapped up in wanting to be just like his older brother in an attempt to impress his father. He keeps his art to himself, stealing into the caves to draw in a forgotten corridor beyond the main room. It’s his escape from his frustrations with his family’s seeming indifference to his accomplishments and their endless criticism of his faults.

Gero (right) is Hodei’s older brother. He is very strong, arrogant, and confident. He is only a year older than Hodei, but he is far more developed in body and mind. This is most likely because of the attention he gets from their father, who is the chief of their tribe. Gero is destined to take his father’s place one day, so his training is vigorous and never ending. He bullies his younger brother relentlessly to hide his insecurities with the pressures of being heir.

This story is ever evolving, so this information is subject to change. For the most part, Hodei and Gero are pretty solid. Nahia (the friend), Indar (the father), and Gau (the uncle) are still being molded. The story itself is still very loose, but I’m working hard to tighten it up.

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