I wanted to save this for when it launched, but I’m so far behind and I just want to show something. Here’s my first Barkira page, sans shading.
My first graphic novel is TOTALLY, UTTERLY COMPLETE. You can read the whole thing by clicking on any of the text in this description. I’m really proud of it and would be humbled and happy if you took the time to read it, and can not even fathom the joy I would experience if you shared this with people you thought would enjoy it
pants is fun to draw :>
I have been loving every single one of these jerkcity HDs
OH BY THE WAY I DID SOMETHING FOR THIS THING
that tongue *mlah*
Chapter 2 page 11!
That’s all of Fixed! I will be getting back to the comic itself at some point, namely when I’ve figured how to squeeze comics-drawing back into my daily schedule. There will be a huge art jump, of course, but I find that kind of thing pretty endearing in other people’s work, so maybe it’ll look good here. Someday Hub will jump over that gap.
I just finished posting all the pages from my old webomic, Fixed! The whole thing is finally online again after WAY too long.
thanks, folks, here’s something a little less sketchy
Drawings by Severin Piehl
this just gets better and better
WORD UP, SEV!!!
Yo! Everyone’s been killing it with this Jerkcity project. I can’t wait to do another one.
I’ve been wearing more makeup lately than I used to, and inevitably, I more often get to hear:
“Oh, you don’t need makeup. You’re beautiful without it!”
And I talk a lot of beauty and loving myself just how I am. Some people feel these two things are hypocritical, to love yourself and wear makeup. And okay, yes, let’s acknowledge that there are women who feel pressured to wear it despite not wanting to. This happens. But a lot of the time, women wear makeup for themselves. It’s fun! It’s expressive. It’s artistic. It’s not “necessary,” but neither is pizza.
I’m not trying to cover anything up the same way an artist isn’t putting paint on a canvas for the sake of covering the canvas.