So yeah, no Inktober

After I sounded so confident, I ended up quitting my Inktober participation. Basically, I realized I was spending what time I had on drawings for Inktober instead of working on my comics. I decided I wanted to put my spare time to the most important task. So here’s the last three Inktober drawings that I did:   But that means …

The Cage Vaughn-James

The Cage by Martin Vaughn-James

Martin Vaughn-James, The Cage; 1975. Like many graphic novels that were published before the term even existed, such as Miné Okubo’s Citizen 13660, Martin Vaughn-James has created a work that is more akin to a picture book than a comic book. By this I mean that neither Okubo nor Vaughn-James uses multiple panels on a page and both set the text separately …

four nibs

Four nib review

I needed to order some new Brause 511 nibs, so I decided to get a few others and try them out just for fun. Here’s what I got and what I thought… The Bank of England Ledger Pen is a larger nib. It has a solid feel and reminded me a lot of a G pen, though stiffer than the …

“Lounger” at 30 pages

https://tapas.io/episode/1449617 It’s also on Webtoon: https://www.webtoons.com/en/challenge/lounger/list?title_no=306431 At this point, I think you can get a pretty good idea for the feel of the story. Since I am so bad at labeling things (stemming, most probably, from the fact that I hate labels): what would you call it? Apocalyptic? Dark comedy? Drama? Sci-fi? Also, I’m thinking of playing with a color …