A couple of 2pg short stories written by Marc Deschamp. First one is for the anthology THE GATHERING. It's a monster themed issue, and his story was adorable. There's no way I could resist ruining drawing it.
This short story is for a Wizard Magazine tribute zine being put together by Steve Flack, and some cats from the Brian Bendis message board. I liked the idea of the pages being the same in design, and the fact there wasn't any dialogue made it fun to see if I could tell a story. Which I obviousl can't.
Why am I so awesome? Because I'm a cartoonist that doesn't have a job, and I constantly update my blog with promises I don't keep because I end up throwing out whatever it is I'm doing.
For example, the re-draw of THE RABBIT & THE MOON happened, failed, looked like garbage and was unfixable. I ended up liking the original black & white UNwashed pages a bit more. Did some tweaks and I'm going to send them to Top Shelf 2.0 to be rejected.
I'm also working on HELLHOUNDS ON MY TRAIL trying to get that finished off so I can decide to redraw that as well print it up.
Because the first attempt was an exercise in how to draw horribly, I'm re-drawing the short comic, and per my usual ways I'm being nitpicky about every little thing and it's taking me a week to do each page. Not that any of them will be any good, either.
I wish I were one of those confident artists that were, you know, productive. I apparently hate money, or I'd put more stuff out.