This page is one of the more risque things I’ve ever done (besides Chicken Head Tricks) but I think it turned out well. Only one more page to go before the end of Issue #1. I will be inking it today and working on the full color cover, too!
Two of my favorite things: Bearded Dragons and Skyrim! The challenge of this drawing was making the helmet fit on my lizard’s head. It’s what I imagine Neville would be like if she could wield a sword.
I’m surprised it took me this long to think of this drawing. I’ve been calling Neville my Little Dragonborn since the game came out. Neville is a scaly princess with an adventurous streak and I love drawing pictures of her. Here’s a link to another cartoon: http://www.shieldsink.com/?p=171
This is Joe, my all-time favorite Maury guest. For one of his appearances (and he made 6) he gave us a tour of his love nest, including his “workbench”. I inked this using my new lightbox :D
I’m making a small collection of my favorite Maury quotes, the ones I will never forget, so stay tuned!
This is my 8th grade science teacher and this really is how he decided to teach us about friction. I had him for homeroom and science. He would greet the class each day with some flexing and moaning, and was always very helpful…if you were a girl. He wore tight velvet shirts, even tighter pants, and kept his room so cold you could constantly see his nipples. So creepy was he that we nicknamed him Thunder Chuck, which we assumed was his porn name back in the 70’s. If you got a good test score or helped clean up the lab in the afternoon homeroom period, he would reward you with a Boby Pop (don’t worry, it was candy). Better still, I have proof of his existence: http://www.ratemyteachers.com/chuck-boby/303790-t/1
Sasquatch tries to impress the ladies with his sexy dance moves and rock’n’roll wig!
The first time I drew Ole’ Sassy, I gave him rock and roll hair. Then I tried to make a comic where he finds a poster of Elvis, fashions a wig from forest components, and tries to get lucky, but that was too much for one page. But this weekend it hit me! He should dance and sing his way into her heart! What do you think, will it work? ;)
I grew up in a semi-rural area called Robbins Station. Once farmlands and woods, it is slowly being consumed by yuppie housing plans. When I was 14, my parents built a house exactly 1/2 mile away from my childhood home, which took us that much deeper into “The Station”. Our new neighbors were one of the last vestiges of back-woodsy life in the area.
On certain Sundays, my neighbor (who was 14 like me) would hitch a cart filled with hay to his tractor and take his mother for a ride, while she drank beer and smoked cigarettes. We were usually sitting on the front porch, so he would wave and cheer at us as they passed by.