Showing the process from idea to sketch to finished comic.
As I wind down the first run of my weekly comic strip Waves to start working on long-form narrative comics, I thought it would be fun to share the process that a given strip went through. I’ll be showing the steps behind making Personal Pan.
Continue reading “The Evolution of a Waves Comic”
Am I cursed or something? I can’t remember the last time I saw a movie in the theater and didn’t experience one of these distractions.
Ordering food got a lot more complicated in the last two years.
The grift was perfect until a group of recipients showed up at the return address.
A scene from the monthly meeting of Confused Parents of Newly Vegan Children (CPNVC).
Continue reading “Waves Comic: My Son”
A remake of a comic strip idea from April 2016. The last panel in the original was a bit more intense, so I decided to tone it down.
This week’s comic is a sincere one about why podcasts are so special to me. I bawled making this comic. Don’t forget to thank your favorite podcasters. (Also, the references are from my two favorite podcasts: Roderick on the Line and Do By Friday).
Continue reading “Waves Comic: Podcasts”
My goals and approach for my new limited webcomic project.
I started a new webcomic project called Waves. It’s a weekly comic about nothing in particular, with a focus on humor and personal observations. I had the idea for the project in December 2016, but I decided to shelf it to focus on writing. I’ve since shifted my focus to illustration and comics, so I’ve decided to return to the project in earnest.
Continue reading “An Introduction to Waves”
The pilot for “Big Eats“ did not get picked up by any TV networks.
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