These two panels were originally part of a longer strip about daydreaming. A longer strip which I had finished before I decided I wasn’t really happy with it. But while dithering over that made this about a week late, I decided I could just snip out these panels to salvage something. Besides, who doesn’t love a pile of cats?
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.
…I finally got rid of those awful black dots that everyone hates in Comic Easel, after trying to override the basic CSS about five different ways. Does underscore my need to make a new title banner graphic to replace the text, but that sounds like a good weekend project, with the rest of the logo/design lettering work on my plate. Then, of course, there’s the joy of more fiddling with the site’s guts.
Editted 12-21: And a new banner graphic added up top! On a roll!