Is that the face of a madman?
This week in the sketchbook, I learned that Tumblr loves Final Fantasy. Will I continue to exploit this? Only time will tell. Not here, though. This is more along the line of what I consider a successful drawing.
An esoteric ensemble of characters scour the city of Opplopolis for clues to the mysterious Marvedyne. Updates every Monday and Friday.
Yes, by all means, get out of there. Sorry, but I'm anxious to get back to the city.
On the sketchbook this past week: it's winter. There's also some more stuff from videogames. I've tried to avoid that sort of thing in the past, but I figure, hey, it's just a sketchbook, and besides, they get a lot more attention than original drawings. So I like old videogames. We all knew that. So what?
I love to sing-a...
Since the comic is in such a portentous place right now (por, I said por,) and I'm having so much fun with the sketchbook, I thought I'd lighten things up by linking to a drawing I liked that went up since the previous comic update. Let's see... Oh, look at this dragon thing.
Well, it looks like we're going to have four pages on Monday to make up for the pages that are due today. This is a difficult chapter, so I'm spending more time on the layouts before advancing to the finished artwork.
In the mean time, I've set up something I've been intending to do for some time: a sketch blog on tumblr. Right now it's got some Legend of Zelda inspired monsters, and a couple of original illustrations, and I've got it set up to update twice a day for a while. So, take a look at that while I figure out what the hell's going on in Opplopolis.