Those of you who have inquired about my classic comics will be happy to know that they will comprise the majority of pieces in my second art set. I've finally found the time to get back to working on it and am rejuvenating an episode each of The Inquisitor, Yubbies and Lady Marilyn's Misfortune (which will be colorized as was the preceding episode in set one). The Yubbies episode is also a follow-on from the episode featured in set one. Hang in there - I'm really pushing to get this set put together!
Apologies for my latest protracted absence and kudos to fans who have kept checking in waiting for new news and art. As with previous sabaticals I hope to get back to posting new art again and reposting (as with this piece) previous posts lost after Google Blogspot's aborted plans to ban explicit art (and my subsequent deletion of all the original posts).
For anyone visiting this revived blog for the first time (since the Google about-turn on censorship), the original Art Set is still available. I'm currently working to put set #2 together. It will again be a mix of old comic art plus newer pieces - slightly more biased towards the comic art by popular request. I'm also trying to find the time to get a brand new comic series rolling but that's not a sure thing yet. I'm still also creating custom artwork for private commissions.
A little comic nostalgia. A comp of some of the comics I've done over the years, some of which I've already colorized or sharpened up the old black and white art. The colorized Lady Marilyn's Misfortune and some refreshed Yubbies pages are included in Art Set #1. Follow-on pages and additional comic pages will be available in Art Set #2 when I finally get around to putting that together.
Still struggling to get the blog up again with regular posts and new art. Until then, here are a couple more older pieces, originally posted before Blogspot's censorship announcement and subsequent policy reversal. Actually the one on the right only ever appeared as a snippet in an ad for Art Set #1 (where you can see the drooly-free version).