Lord Tractorman is Baron Von Bear's oldest and most trusted ally. Though cantankerous and gruff, he is always first to get between evil and its targets!
Baron von Bear swings his Staff of Wisps, releasing his etherial friends who each represent one aspect of magic. Together they can stop any adversary!
(Is it against the rules to use color in Inktober sketches?)
For a time I was exploring drawing the Boulder and Fleet comic in LayerPaint HD on the Galaxy Note 10.1. I got close to mimicking a dry brush effect, but I wasn't 100% satisfied with the results.
The new comic is being drawn in Clip Studio Paint, though I'm continuing to pencil the pages in LayerPaint HD.
Blub and Glub may seem slow-witted, but you're not likely to find more fierce or courageous heroes.
You can read a comic about their adventures here: http://ift.tt/1un8qNQ
Another Inktober sketch. Sapph-Fire, the leader of the mineral gals, gets a little too into her pre-fight taunting, much to the irritation of her underlings.
Back on the Inktober wagon after recovering from New York Comic Con. More characters from the upcoming Boulder and Fleet webcomic.
I may be at New York Comic Con, but that doesn't mean I've given up on Inktober. Here are some of the latest sketches, featuring Agnes and Rube of the mineral folk. Eating metal ore, firing off crystal lasers, and tunneling through the ground.
A ton of terrific cartoonists contributed to this book, including Chris Eliopoulous, Brianne Drouhard, Jacob Chabot, Chris Giarrusso,, Jennifer and Matthew Holm, Gene Yang, and more.
and I contributed a piece where Hello Kitty faces off against a robot shark. Now you have to check it out, right?
Get it at your local book store, or buy it on Amazon: http://ift.tt/1lkTBx8
Inktober day 4. A new character joins the team — but who is he/she?
Maybe we'll find out tomorrow!