I was thinking recently about how much my drawings have changed since I started making Survival Anxiety. This is the first crows comic I drew in 2016.
And this is the most recent.
What a difference 5 years makes! I was using Clip Studio in 2016 for all of my drawings. At the end of 2019 I started using paper and ink. Those are technical details, but it has had a stylistic affect. I’ve been evolving and experimenting with those traditional tools more and more, and I really like where it’s going. I like drawing digitally, but I love the traditional tools so much more.
Doesn’t everyone store their eggs in a limitless void? Just me? Boy, do you not know what you’re missing. Breaking out the white inks now, nearing the end of this one.
Ink, and splatter, this and that-er. Tonight’s panel, brought to you by Ryan’s Patio Lighting!
Tonight’s panel featuring Lou, Hot Squid Masseuse, future employee of the month.
Eggs. Not Just for Breakfast.
My favourite panel tonight. Crack!
My drawing board today. I shook a bottle of ink with a loose lid, and the masking tape isn’t holding up it’s end of the arrangement, but still, this is a good mess. 🙂
I wish I felt how Francis feels. Robot always uses Napkins. Good bot.
I’ve been writing longer stories lately. It’s my goal for this year. The upside is learning a new skill. The down side is they take me longer to produce. So in the interest of also keeping with my goal from last year, which was a one page comic each month, I’m taking a break to revisit the crows.
They’re always up to something!
Comic work in progress, page one of two. Brush, some sponge, and a bit of black Lumocolor pencil I’m going to regret applying before a proper clean up.