Posts Tagged “Watercolor”
A poem I wrote and illustrated in 2017
Here are some of my favorite details from recent pages of Lolly Poppet, my hand-painted webcomic. If you haven’t been reading, get caught up at lolly-poppet.com. As of today, there are 77 pages up, plus some blog posts on character design and other projects!
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.
Seen chugging past Indeed Brewing Company over the weekend. Drawn & painted on 10/14/2013
What I would put on the cover of the Irish epic Táin Bó Cúailnge.
Watercolor and ink. Finished April 16, 2013.
Watercolor and ink. Finished April 16, 2013. Some public parks in Minneapolis have trees with little doors in them. We pretend elves and trolls live in them. Kids like to leave little treasures inside for the elves.
Lolly Poppet is having adventures in the imaginary land of Wibblewood. Click here to follow the comics online. A new page is posted each Friday.
Here are watercolor sketches of the four main characters on The IT Crowd: Moss, Roy, Jen, and Douglas. I painted them on 12/12/12! The paper didn’t take the paint very well, so the colors came out kind of mottled. “Overnumerousness,” a Moss line from the Countdown episode. Roy’s refrain throughout the series: “Hello, IT. Have…
…with Indiana Jones. Originally published by Crowded Comics, September 28, 2012.
Originally published by Crowded Comics, November 9, 2012.