Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Our Heroes #1 - Secret Pencils Edition

Our Heroes #1 - Secret Pencils Edition, is now in print.  Add this to your collection!



Issue #1 collects all of the Gila Riseth saga, from my weekly webcomic Our Heroes.

Detective Elke Decker struggles to run a startup superhero team out of her garage.  Follow the thrilling adventures of the Decker, Guise, SunBear, Chickadee, Black Sheep, and the Human Mallet.  In this issue: Fritter comes to earth and enlists the team in his fight against inter-dimentional crime boss, Master Gila -- and Gila's formidable robot, the Slorker.  Our Heroes battle against the Slorker, bicker amongst themselves, and attempt to outshine Uber Force.  (Recommended for all ages.)

You might have read this online already, but if you buy the print comic, you get
  • the wonderful TACTILE sensation of holding the comic in your HAND and turning the PAGES
  • the satisfaction that comes with the feeling of OWNERSHIP, and the ability to actually HAVE these comics among the precious THINGS that you have gathered throughout your life
  • the warm feeling that comes from ENCOURAGING an artist to keep MAKING stuff, not just for his own personal enjoyment, but for actual monetary RECOMPENSE
Only $14.99.  Order now!  (And while you're at it, you can still pick up Jakey the Jerk, Onion Puss, and Throbbing Love Stories.)

Tuesday, May 7, 2013

The Art of Riverside

By now you've hopefully seen this music video I animated: Riverside, by 13ghosts.

Well, here's a bunch of art, from the finished film, and from the making of!  Backgrounds painted by A. Vernon.


























Friday, April 12, 2013

Riverside by 13ghosts - music video

I just completed work on an animated music video, with lots of help from Andrew Vernon and Tim Rocks. Please go and watch it here!

Saturday, February 16, 2013

More Caricatures

I've been doing more caricatures, at the Birmingham Feline Fanciers Cat Show and at Hospicelink.  I started drawing them on clear plastic cels, and using paint markers and colored-paper backgrounds. Here are 12 of my favorites:













Monday, December 24, 2012

Old Sketches - 2002

Here's another batch of old sketchbook drawings, this time from November of 2002.

If you want to see more old sketches, check out these posts you might have missed:

Monday, October 8, 2012

Our Heroes begins

I've backburnered Zoo Laffs for the time being, to start a new weekly webcomic on Dumm Comics.  It's a PG-rated series about a superhero team.  Get ready for fun, adventure, and chortles, with ... Our Heroes!

I got a lot of help writing Our Heroes from my pal John Walker (who co-invented the Zoo Laffs universe with me).

I'm presenting the comics in pencil form for now, to enable me to put up more panels per week.  Maybe later, I'll ink and color it, or find some fellow artists who want to help pretty it up.

If you're a fan of Zoo Laffs, don't fret.  Although it's being set aside for now, I fully intend to do more Zoo Laffs stories in the future.  Especially continuing the adventures of Jakey & Sassafras, and Onion Puss & Holly.  But right now, here's a different thing for you!

To start reading the first Our Heroes story from the beginning, go to Gila Riseth - part 1.

Monday, August 27, 2012

More Caricatures

I've been doing more caricatures, at THE Club's 4th of July party; Altec's Family Fun Day; and Sidewalk's Saturday night After Party, at the Avondale Brewing Company.  Here are 12 of my favorites: