Last month, I had posted an image I did of Calvin and Hobbes as the Fourth Doctor and the Eleventh Doctor as a Manga Studio warm up. Or was that the Fourth Doctor and the Eleventh Doctor pretending to be Calvin and Hobbes? In any case, several people wanted tshirts made of the image. Who amI to argue? You can purchase the image on various colored tshirts and iPhone cases at Redbubble.
Let me know if you end up getting one. I’d be interested to see how it turns out.
I used to have a Facebook group for this comic, but I had forgotten about it through various updates in Facebook. But I got it active again. If you’d like to join me there, go to http://www.facebook.com/groups/swiftriver. See you there!
This is the second card I’ve done for the Webcomicstarot.com project. The first one was Strength, featuring our favorite blue troll, Geoff. This one is the King of Swords card, featuring a character who hasn’t been introduced yet, Oberon. Now if you know your literature, you know who he is. If you don’t, Oberon is King of the Faeries, according to Mr. Shakespeare. The King of Swords is traditionally the oldest of the King cards, and his age has tempered his hot head. I felt the good Reverend didn’t quite fit this card, so you get a sneak peak into the far flung future.
Hi everybody! It’s been a long while since I’ve posted. In fact, a lot of people have forgotten this comic is here. But I’m slowly getting back into my art again, when my newborn gives me a few minutes here and there.
This homage had two purposes, other than drawing Calvin and Hobbes as the Fourth and Eleventh Doctors. One, I needed to draw again, and this was good practice. Two, I’m trying out Manga Studio and comparing it to Photoshop in terms of comic creation. Like anything, I’ve found there’s a bit of a learning curve. Not so much on how things work, but where all the tools are. I’m sure once I figure things out, it’ll be much easier.
I’ll update you with what’s happening with the comic in a little bit. But first I want to make you aware of the Comic Creators for Freedom (formerly the Comic Creators Alliance.)
We’re a group of Comic Book Creators, who have come together, volunteering our artistic talents to raise money for the purpose of ending human trafficking in the world today.
There are currently 27 million enslaved people worldwide- more than double the number of enslaved Africans during the trans-Atlantic slave trade. UNICEF estimates that 1.2 million children every year are sold into slavery, most of it sexual. The US Department of Justice estimates 16,000 victims of human trafficking are brought into the United States every year.
Webcomic Creators from all over the world are working together on a single drawing which will be available as a downloadable wallpaper for readers who donate to our fund raising drive! January 9th – 20th!
Here’s what I submitted to help out. I’ve participated the last few years with these amazing women. This year’s theme is Epic Snowball fight.