Here’s a favourite panel from a comic I drew in 2018 about a cat who loved the home printer. Sometimes I make comics about things that are not sarcastic death, judgemental crows, or a robot and sheep galavanting around the cosmos.
This comic was created in Clip Studio Paint. Look at those ridiculously straight lines on the printer.
This is a panel from a very old comic. I was trying to write a picture book at the time. Someone, somewhere on the net, described creating comics to help flesh out characters, or something, so I thought I’d give it a try. The story ended up being very different from this, and the character, too. But if you are visually inclined, I do recommend using comics as a way to learn who your characters are. If for no other reason it’s fun. 🙂
This was before I dove screaming into hand lettering. That is a font by Blambot, but I’m too lazy to look it up for you. The comic was drawn in whatever Clip Studio Paint was back then.
Read the whole comic here: https://survivalanxiety.com/comic/communication-breakdown/.
Artwork for a birthday invite. They’ll also be stickers for the goodie bags. It was a good excuse to kick the tires on Procreate.