I did a little comic in spirit of Asexual Awareness week about a month ago now. I put it all over the internet but forgot to put it on my blog!
The term ‘asexual’ is hardly known or understood by the majority of people. I don’t think my comic cleared it up at all! But I emphasized instead on the ambiguous nature of asexuality, and sexuality in general. If you’d like a more simple explanation of it in general, I would google it
The thing I have always loved about Morag Lewis’s work is her gentle pacing and attention to detail, which is only emphasized with her traditional inking technique. Her stories are always fantastic too, they tend to weave a much bigger world and philosophies into subtle, thoughtful and easy to read stories. Click on the picture to check out her stuff!
WASP is going to be starting again soon, that is, a really fun webcomic swap that goes on over a week or so next year. We already have a bunch of artists taking part, but we’re looking for more! So hey, if you draw a webcomic and would like to have someone else draw a page of it, drop by here:
And contact Richy. It would be great to have more artists on board!! I took part last year too. It was so fun! And I discovered some new webcomic treasures through it heheh
My webcomic, Strangers and Friends, is still going strong, and we’re about 10 pages into the…6th chapter? I can’t remember what chapter I’m on, I’ve been drawing this for so long!
At the moment, I am only updating on one website, but please go check it out! It updates a page every Thursday:
I worked on some children’s science comics last year- it was great fun- my boss gave me the concepts, I came up with the little stories to squeeze them into!
They’re finally being made into ebooks which will be available soon… So here, have a preview!
I’ve been very busy recently with many different jobs. Heres an example of more unusual stuff I do for a Singapore business-book publisher – something much more cartoonish then normal, but always so fun to draw!
If you read the Beano over the next month or so, you’ll see a few short comics from me in there! I didn’t write them, (and unfortunately, I actually have no idea who did write them! It was all so last minute *faints* ) but it was fun coming up with character designs from the rather satirical character descriptions!
You can decide if the super hero is a hero or zero by voting on the website:
Lullaby Man was actually my favorite character to draw, so I’m happy that the ‘hero’ vote is winning at the moment!!