April 26th, 2014
So the first new Dressed for Success comic page has been penciled and inked and is ready for the colouring phase. It feels good to be over that initial hurdle of getting back into things. It is still early days with Manga Studio but I am seeing how it will be able to speed up my work flow.
Now back to work on the next chapter of 20 pages so that we can start posting them online for you to read as soon as possible. But for now here is a preview of the inks on page 161.
November 13th, 2013
Hey folks, bit of an update for you. So for the second year we are participating in the Comic Creators for Freedom fundraiser. This year’s theme is school pictures, and you can see our entry above. The CCFF goal is to end child trafficking and exploitation. Any size donation is greatly appreciated.
The other thing of note about Alex’s school portrait is that it’s Jeff’s first piece done completely digital.
I’ve been working on designs for my next Bertram’s Tale, drawing squirrels, bears and bridges. I had this crazy idea that I’d actually figure out what I was going to draw before I jumped into pages. As pleased as I was with my first outing on Lazy Jack, I’m really looking forward to having done prep work before starting this time. I’ll be moving Bertram’s Tales over to Tapastic, as well as running the original DFS stories there as well.
Hopefully, we’ll have more news shortly.
June 6th, 2013
One of the biggest daggers thrown at webcomics is that because it’s so easy to start one, anybody can do it and there’s just so much poorly done work that webcomics are viewed as amateur and not worthy. Well what happens when the webcomic creators are moonlighting comics pros? Because yes, anyone can start a web comic, even someone who’s day job is creating comics. Read the rest of this entry »