I got glasses–for the first time–recently. I was, perhaps, over-anxious, but then we’ve also got that vision benefit that’s just been sitting there unused for a few years now. And the effect when looking at distant things really is remarkable. I only need them to see distant things more clearly, and I don’t spend a whole lot of long stretches staring at distant things, so mainly wear them for driving (though they also came in handy at the convention for turning fuzzy talking blobs into recognizable people). It does almost have a CSI-wizardry feel though.
So, I’ll admit the obvious, it’s been pretty dead around here. And there are plenty of reasons I could give for why that is, but it would not change the material circumstances. I am currently starting work on a larger print project, which won’t be on here–and the additional time commitment only increases the need to improve my work flow for getting comics done and up on this site.
Expect more updates in the near future, Though they may look a little different as I try shifting to a digital process.
You may recall, a few months back I mentioned I was doing some illustration work for a book. Nothing huge–it’s a little (physically) RPG book that my friend Ron wrote and Kickstarted called D’n'Dizzle. More information at the link, if that sounds up your alley. In the end I did seven pictures for the book–mostly monster illustrations–and while they look fine in the book, they are reproduced quite small. So I thought I’d share them here, making this “D’n'Dizzle Week” here at the Wall.
Mohawk Penguin! In color! T insisted that the mohawk be red or pink, which had been my plan all along. It’s like we’ve been together almost a decade…
Just having fun with this one–an exercise in fiddling around on my tablet.