I don’t think I’ll finish in time, but here’s the initial cover drawing for a comic I started for the Comics Workbook composition contest…
This isn’t a comic, really, just me sketching/writing randomly into a comics grid, trying out characters, testing pens, paint, text, etcetera. It looks, though, like it’s more than just a bunch of sketches, if you blur your eyes. It’s satisfying, in a way, the appearance of the comics page as a whole, filled in, even if the contents aren’t driven by anything, just sketching without a narrative. It’s also easier to do than, you know, creating something that’s cohesive…
This comic was published last year in issue 20.1 of Fourteen Hills. Putting up here as part of a whimsical bid for TCAF 2015…
Process work: sketches and writing towards a multi-armed project.
Comic by Atlas (age 5)
@aaronburch: It’s kind of true
panel from a comic in progress
I’ve been learning German all week so I drew this one in German