Tuesday, January 28, 2014

I might have been too hasty there...they look better published, than I thought.  Still I miss that pen line :)

The Good ol Days, part 2

CJ dreams of the old days...

This will be the last strip done digitally, I cant quite get the control I like and I miss that pen line I used to get.  I want to still try to find a way to add color to the mix, though. 

Tuesday, January 21, 2014

In Progression...

Next strip is in progression. 

Winter Quarter has started and it is that time when a young man's free time turns to late nights and discussion questions...

Saturday, January 11, 2014

The Good Old days

Trying out that digital style so more.  It has it's pros and cons but I really miss the particular line I was able to get from pen on paper.  This is also an important emotional scene so I really want it to play.  Will consider how to move on...

Thanks for reading!..

Monday, January 6, 2014


Here is a recap and I both love and am a little dissapointed in the layout. 

I love Michelle's acting and the fact that it has color.  I also love how God set it up so that I could include Pushy, therefore kind of introducing him into the world officially.

Layout wise, this is sloppy.  And probably way too big for most to read depending on their device of choice. 

I went ahead and finished this one but expect a more consistent viewer friendly layout even if it means I (may) have to sacrifice size. 

I'm excited to be able to keep the story going in a forward direction now and look forward to establishing a more unified and hopefully more engaging strip.


Wednesday, January 1, 2014

A little Different...

This strip was made entirely using the computer.  An experiment to find the most productive way to produce strips and use all the tech I have at my disposal.  It's nice to be able to add color. 

Another couple of new characters here but I'm still playing with them a little.

Another thing to add, as I finished this I realized that subconsciously this strip owes so much to 'Calvin and Hobbes' its not even funny. Anyone who's read Calvin and Hobbes extensively will see it, I think.  I guess our inspirations creep out of us in different ways, thanks Mr. Watterson.

  Moving Onward...

Happy New year