Relationships are the grist upon which almost all artists mill. And relationships breakups, while they can be tragic, can also be the funniest part of the whole thing– for an outsider. Anthropomorphic relationship breakdowns? Well, that stuff just writes itself.
Also, I have no idea why I have so much trouble drawing humans, hands, cars, buildings, trees and straight lines, but I somehow managed to do a fairly decent job of a bipedal star-nosed mole with its arms crossed getting the hump with its soon-to-be-ex partner. Go figure.
“See other people? We can barely see ourselves!”
Every City, no matter how beautiful, has a corner into which the shit floats.
Yeah, I’ve decided. Next project off the rank is my dilapidated-City-on-the-edge-of-reality fantasy novel, The Canals of Anguilar.
This cartoon only works if you know that:
- voodoo is a thing that many people believe
- that figure clutching its heart and dying outside the doorway is a donkey.
And yes: in my world, donkeys don’t have ears. Shut up.
5 pages, 8 pages, 201 pages, 305 pages.
Let the editing begin.
With the finishing of the first draft of Ghost Tracks, it’s time to turn my attention to my next project. Here’s a quick look at five projects that are lined up to work on.
5 for Friday: Working It.
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In case I haven’t mentioned it before, I have no nostalgia for crap children’s TV shows.
Also, I’ve no idea why I started drawing a dolphin.
Whatever Happened To?– Number 37: Skippy.
With Ghost Tracks finished, I’m turning my attention towards 2 new projects: a short story and a novel for adults. And only my Patreon patrons will get a sneak preview of both works.
No pressure, but the May patron journal drops on the 1st, with exclusive extracts from both works. There’s still time to be one of the cool kids…
Check out my Patreon site here for all the cool goodies you can receive.