That said, I do recognize that funds might be tight. But if you have a membership of $5/month on Ko-Fi or Fan Clubs, you get exclusive discounts on my commissions (plus other perks)! Sometimes commission spots are available on Crowdfunding campaigns, like Mr. Dino Pride Keychains on Crowdfundr. (By the way, you have UNTIL OCT 6 to get Mr. Dino merch.)
This is Daniel Scouter in punk rock looks…because why not? I wanted to draw him, Jamie Roberts, and Thomas Doran in punk looks.
I drew him (and the other two) traditionally with Copic markers and Zebra brush pens. It was refreshing to work traditionally after years of digital work!
Daniel (and Thomas and Jamie) will be stickers for those who back The Legend of Jamie Roberts, volume 2 on Crowdfundr. Yes, the campaign is STILL running! We have hit our main goal and now we’re working towards our stretch goals!
The Legend is on Crowdfundr UNTIL SEPT 1. Your window of time to back this campaign and pre-order volume 2 is closing, yo.
Today, I want to show a piece of art from a sketch to the finished piece. This time, it’s the cover art for The Legend of Jamie Roberts, volume 2. (It’s still on Crowdfundr, by the way! Get a pre-order of the book while you can.)
Here’s the initial sketch that I drew in 2015…
Here’s a redraw of the same sketch, drawn in 2020…
Here is final art I made for the cover art of Volume 2…
For July, I have been making new art for DILFs, or Demons I’d Love to F***.
Why? It was kind of a dare from Junior Vigorito, aka vigoburrito on Instagram. We were tabling at GalaxyCon and we were talking about zines we could make. One of those zine ideas was “DILFs and Demons.” And I went, “Why Not Both?”
So I started drawing DILFs, but instead of Dads, it’s Demons.
The full zine will be available for my Fan Club members. But I can give you some teasers! Here are a few DILFs from the upcoming zine…
Today, I talk about the worst books I read in 2022. There are novels, comics, and nonfiction books, but they all have one thing in common – I REALLY did not like them. Watch to find out why. All while I draw a page for my webcomic, The Legend of Jamie Roberts.
This video was edited with Olive, an open-source video editor. I recorded the timelapse with OBS Studio, which is also an open-source program. Plus I recorded the audio with Audacity, which is (you guessed it) open-source. Check out my “Resources” page for more info.
Don’t forget that my Pin Club is now open for new members to join! You have until Feb 6 to sign up and get the February Club Pin.