Recycled

                                         from this

                                            to this

                      Basically the same idea. Another thing is, if you pay attention to the general proportions of the two strips, you can see the difference between them. I believe that this may be the reason that I abandoned The Anonymous. The size wasn’t compliant with most syndicates.

 

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The Continuing Saga of the Rockbone Cold Ducks

My first published comic. A hockey-themed comic strip in a hockey store ad in a hockey game program. Warning! The Rockbone Cold Ducks may not be politically correct. But, let’s face it, the entire game of hockey may not be politically correct!

 

 

Stoopid! Magazine

 

 

Hey hey looky there…my comic strip Surewould Forest is in the very first issue of Stoopid Magazine! Not Stoopid! #1, but even better…Stoopid! #0. Stoopid! is like Mad Magazine…only better. I’m just kidding. Or am I?

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Pencil and Pen

After the skeleton stage, I sketch using drawing pencils. Most of my artwork is 50% sketching and 50% erasing. When I am satisfied with the sketch, I trace it using a drawing pen. What you see above is the pen portion of this equation. At this point I am basically committing myself to my drawing and layout decisions. The only thing that changes after this is purely cosmetic. The outline, shading, shadowing, and color.