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MORE POWER! This was commissioned by my buddy and roommate Charles Whittington, who draws the webcomic More Power. More Power is a comic for people who like motorcycles, racing, motorcycle racing, and Tim Allen. It’s written by my other good buddy Casey Mitchem, the Idea Machine.
This is commission number 4 of 10! If you’re still waiting on a commission from me, thank you for the patience, I’m moving as quickly as I can without sacrificing quality. More to come!
Apparently I will draw three dudes and a motorcycle for $45. I am a savvy artist.
Presenting the next commission: Cobra and Lady Armaroid! I had to draw Lady Armaroid punching someone, because she got to do so little of that in the manga. Seriously, invulnerable kung fu robots shouldn’t spend all their time on the spaceship making sandwiches. If you haven’t read Cobra, it’s an old manga worth checking out if you like weird aliens and lots of action.
This is the first of the commissions, completed for Cho Amador! I met Cho in the trenches of Access Control, staffing for Anime Expo two years ago. My legs are still sore from patrolling the hallways.
To avoid upsetting progress on the game, I won’t be able to get all the commissions done right away. My goal is to finish about 1 per week, so I don’t have to rush through them. More to come!
I was really pleased with how this came out! My goal is to make these look nice without spending ages on them, and this one was a good balance.
Outfit design for A, for the upcoming Dungeon Panic backer comic (so far 8 pages long!)
Slime Girl Facts:
1. They come from Norway
2. If you pour salt on them they melt
3. In the wild they eat bears. When integrated into society they just eat pizza like everyone else
4. A slime girl’s mating call is “MAR-BEE!”
Here’s a drawing I did in tandem with my fiance, gleeunit! I did the initial rough, which she took and then spun off her own version of the illustration. We repeatedly stole each other’s design decisions, and had fun competing.
The drawing was initially inspired by the Aquabats song, Shark Fighter! I always thought a fun interpretation for the song was to picture the sharks as mobsters/yakuza rather than literal sharks.
Page 4! Sorry if these are displaying too small, you may have to click around for the high-rez version to read some of these pages.
I thought I’d try out hand lettering on this page. I’m pretty happy with it, although I’ll need a bit more practice.
Reblogggggging the first few pages of this. Really happy with how this one came out! Not… every page will be this detailed. This scene simply called for a lot of environment shots.