it’s official. I really like this program.
I lead a rich and fulfilling fantasy life
I told myself I should draw my OCs so I did. as pretty pretty maids.
I made a three page test spread for the comic I’m writing that has no name. Otis and Charlie take a quick trip! This proved to be an interesting learning experience and I definitely have so much to work on. You can see the whole thing larger here.
I’ve been thinking a lot about this comic I want to write lately. Most of the time I just come up with really mundane situations between the two main characters but I feel like on the whole I’m actually getting somewhere with the plot. I still have a long way to go, but it’s coming together piece by piece.
(you can click through to view it larger)
My babies Otis and Charlie reppin’ their winter wear.
Finally finished the character designs for the main players in my comic.
There’s Julia the half demon, Abigail the ghost, Charlie the normal, and Otis the witch.
Now I just have to write… it.
face sketches of Otis and Charlie.
Sketch dump. Here’s some of what I’ve been working on for too long. Character sketches of the main players, mostly Charlie - a recent college grad and Otis - a young witch (whom you’ve probably already seen,) in a comic I really hope to start making soon. It focuses on their respective experiences of establishing independence, forming and confronting their identities, forming a relationship together (read:GAY) as well as some magical and non-magical misadventures (faeries? trolls? exes?? meeting parents??!!!!!! WHO KNOWS!!!?!?!)
I’ve really learned a lot so far. such as: I’m not very good at drawing people consistently, drawing the male anatomy is hard, drawing people riding brooms is hard, drawing different face angles is hard, and that drawing is hard. However difficult this seems I remain undeterred.
charlie takes a fall.