I ink everyday on the final double issue of The Pizza Guy series, that is, #6 & #7 are being bundled together for a 50+ page finale to the series, so I guess you can say I am participating in #Inktober. However, I did do some little analog ink and colored pencils “drawrings” for a series that popped into my head while meditating: Ernest H. Shephard style Winnie-the-Pooh character drawings in the lotus position. I ain’t scared of no ghost (of Walt Disney)!
I am hard at work on finishing TPG #6 and #7, as I said. I am hoping for a ComiXology and Drivethrucomics release in January of the new year, and at some point I hope to get a graphic novel/trade paper back sourced and available.
In between finishing TPG #5 and getting to scripts and layouts of #6 and #7, I did digital clean up on three older one shot comics from the early 2000s: Gentletmen’s Western Entertainment #2, Space Man Greg and the Cosmic Otter (utterly alternate version to the strip included in the back of TPG #5 and written by Louis P. Delgiacco), and an 18 page National Comic Jam day comic from 2006 or so, with no title as of yet. I will upload previews soon, and maybe even submit to ComiXology.
I’m a little late on the notice of availability of my newest The Pizza Guy on ComiXology and Drivethrucomics. The link above and the widgets to the right of the page will take you there.
I’ve scripted and done thumbnails for the last two issues of The Pizza Guy, about 50 more pages to wrap up this story line! And to reward myself I am taking a break from Tom, Casey and the Pizza Pig Crew to work on my other interest: Fort Dudak’s Six Pack #5, of which I am sharing a page below. Enjoy this free preview! (cell phone captures as I am too tired to photoshop with it.
I’m hard at work on The Pizza Guy #5, about 3/4 of the way done with digital corrections, and I thought I’d share some of it. I’m really pleased with the increase in the quality and consistency of the work (despite firmly accepting Emerson’s admonition regarding “the hobgoblin.”), if I do say so myself.
Scripting is almost complete and I think the current series has two more issues past #5, before this particular arc finds its intersection with intent. Ha. I’m such a dork. Whatever, I make no apology for loving novelty and despising conventionality of writing. Yes! I say, pursue the paragon; be not a parrot in poetry and prose.