One of the most challenging parts of illustrating comics is that you’re often faced with things you’ve never drawn before, yet are vital to the scene. You pretty much have to learn to draw it real fast: not only does it have to look right, but you need it to blend with all of the things you can illustrate easily. And you know what, guys?
Cars are freaking hard.
But nowadays, thanks to Photoshop and the internet, you can find clip art that fills in your skill gap and blends in seamlessly with your comic. For tomorrow’s page, I’m saving time and agony by employing this method! Like so:
I hope you’re as excited as I am.
(Disclaimer: Don’t really use clip art. It makes baby Jesus dead-er.)
Here’s a new FindChaos page for all you late-nighters! It really illustrates how Gaki deals with complications (i.e., he doesn’t).
Also, did you know that tomorrow is Hourly Comic Day? Because I did! My hand has never been as fearful as it is right now! But perhaps you’ll gain some insight into our oddball lives. Or perhaps watch me go down in flames after the goal of drawing a comic every single waking hour. Either way, should be fun!
Here’s the full set of my Hourly Comics for Hourly Comics Day as promised! Click here to see an even larger image (independent of Tumblr’s dashboard). I hope everyone enjoyed it!
I keep getting questions asking me what my Livejournal name is, but I really don’t have one anymore. Do people still use Livejournal? Should.. ..should I get a livejournal account again?
I have spent the last several hours fleshing out a blueprint of the front(!) of the Montgomery mansion for this week’s FindChaos page. I’m still not quite done, and that page is going to include some of the foyer to boot.
I.. I just…
Okay, I’m making an executive creative decision starting now: the rest of this series will take place in a desert wasteland. All of the characters are just going to be standing around in sandy nothingness.
And no one will be in anyone’s view. They can shout.