In this follow-up to the original Bantam comic, Bantam and Little Pecker are invited to join the Interdisciplinary League of Good Eggs and rub elbows with the greatest heroes of Cockham City: Arnold the Super Cardinal (created by Danno Klonowski), Wonder Pea Hen, Super Tough Chick, and Water Fowl! However, Bantam doesn’t get quite the reception he expected, and isn’t pleased with his first “mission…”
This is an 8 page mini available ONLY online, but you can get the original 20-page Bantam in downloadable form on Comixology and Kindle. Printed copies are available in my web store.
I did these a few years ago and neglected to add them to this site.
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Click the image to vote on this design at Threadless!
I won’t give too much away here, but my next Cartozia story will feature Phibbits. Phibbits are a race of froglike people I created for Cartozia. These two juveniles are called Kibble and Pip.
Here are a few teaser images from the comic. It is set in the woods, and I had fun drawing all the trees. I tried to make them look like they were done with pen and ink, but they’re completely digital. I used Manga Studio to draw the comic.
Just something I did over the summer. Appeared in the online edition of the 2014 City Pages Comix Issue.
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my comic from issue 4 of Cartozia Tales, with settings suggested by Jen Vaughn and Isaac Cates. Visit cartozia.com to read about the collaborative process.
Here’s a one-pager I did for Cartozia Tales, a series of collaborative all-ages fantasy comics I’ve been working on for the last year or so. The name “Shambling Tower” was suggested by editor Isaac Cates.
Two silly comics about pretzels from July 2014.
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Tagged comic, digital
Digital caricature of Rowan Atkinson as Mr Bean. Photoshop, winter 2013.
Digital sci-fi drawing done in Manga Studio, July 2014. Thought it’d be funny to draw a cockpit with a dashboard like an old car.
Ink & watercolor, spring 2014
A cartoon about debt. Drawn in Manga Studio, grey tone added in photoshop.
A personification of isolation. Watercolor and ink on paper. November 2013.