In the studio today: bogus phychology
All the studio tech died at once. We may be cursed.
In the studio today: The
Name Blaaaame Gaaaame.
You’ll have to change it in your own heads, Shirley didn’t think ahead to my requirements at this time. Selfish.
I just finished a risograph test print!! Check ‘it out!
SFLPB ‘14 - The SF Lapel Pin Badge is a brass and cloisonné deluxe emblem for the S.F. series. Included is a 44-page, 4-color risograph comic book (previewed above) inside a screen-printed and sealed plastic package. The class of 2013’s pin was navy. Join the class of 2014 in burgundy!
(If you have already ordered one, you rule. But you know that.)
Preorder it at the Screentone TV shop (LINK) this weekend. On Monday I’m putting in the order at the great big pin badge factory, and then it’ll be a couple months to make the pins, print and assemble the books, package etc. They’ll be released in September.
Layers on layers on Tippex on layers. It’s like photoshop but with real paper for once! #illustration #comic
Laying down some #ink one one of the #comic spreads
Starting background work for the new #comic, which will drop presumably in twelve years when I’ve had time to do it. #illustration
In honour of a nice little mention on today’s Ohh Deer Creative Safari, I thought I’d blog them all together. Did them aaages ago for a show in London, and I’m having a real urge to revisit them with different working methods.
Goopy crystal monster guy for the comic
Working on some #character #design refinements for a #comic.
I’ve been feeling very hot and gross lately, so it’s been hard to sit down and make traditional art. Instead, I made a little newspaper coupon for Donut Wolf, a donut shop from Night In The Woods. What secrets does this shop hold? Is their coffee any good? Is there such thing as a “Donut wolf?”
Find out in Night In The Woods. When I first saw the trailer for this game I flipped. This game clicks with me so much. oh man.
omg i love this so much. i am really weirded out by how close this seems to something we’d put in the game.
Psychic gem golem. Working on designs for an as-yet-not-too concrete storyline for the comic.
As promised, here’s the truly ridiculous birthday card for my dad. If he doesn’t get it, sod it, because it may just be the best thing I’ve ever done.
I’ll be crazy happy if he says ‘Well I, for one, welcome our Ming/Spiderman/Lizard/Pug/Royal overlords.’, though I doubt he knows the reference.
I might do more spinner cards, these are great fun!
This should be stocked in every card store.
Well this blew up! If enough people are interested in buying these, I can look into getting them made, possibly with a few of the other heads I drew out before deciding on the final five
torresfeed said: okay i've only looked at the front page but before i delve deeper i gotta say your work is awesome. love that birthday card! thanks for the follow, man.
Hey thanks! Your work popped up on that recommended blogs thing, and I love your colour choices and the great movement you get going! Quality stuff.
Guess who’s trying to self-teach Cinema 4D?
The idiot in question is me. I’m fairly sure I’ve conned myself into ‘really liking that low-poly stuff’ to avoid having to learn to do smoothy smooth professional looking stuff.
To think I was thinking I could use this to help me work out angles etc for my comic.
I fear the novelty may wear thin before I get anywhere with this, my latest ‘Ooh, I should learn how to do that!’ moment.