As many of you know, this blog is called SpoolComic. There’s another one called Spool-Comic, same thing, minus a few random posts, but I’ll always be sure to post the actual art of Spool the Comic, on both.
I got a little burnt out on the comic after working on it so hard last summer and then school started up and with all the stress and deadlines, I wasn’t able to work on my passion: a jackrabbit, in a patchwork spandex suit, fighting for justice with his voodoo power to wield fabric.
You may have noted that I’ve put some really bizarre posts on here that were probably annoying and made no sense, because at my school, we’re required to have a blog and post responses to required reading on that blog as well as homework assignments (which I thought would at least be SOME kind of art while you were waiting so patiently for the actual comic to reappear [I can dream]).
Luckily, my artwork has improved considerably over the year [exaggeration]! And I’m happy to announce that I’ll be putting new pages for the comic up SOON! I’ll be posting a few sketch dumps of my boy Spool later today. You’ll notice that his design has probably changed a bit, but the spirit and my usual style is mostly still there.
Thank you all for following. I truly, truly appreciate it and hope to get a compelling story out there eventually for you to read on the can or when you’re bored at work.
Have a good mothers day. It’s sunny! Eat pie!
The final product will have panties hanging from the ear on the left and a dollar bill hanging out of his mouth.
Not every day you get to design and create a strip club sign in the name of education. The book and film canister are to weigh the glued parts down, although I think Mickey approves. WIP for strip club at this year’s gallery show.
WIP stop motion of the rabbit’s life inside the hat, filmed using canon 2ti and dragonframe
Hey Dudes, so here’s just a few of the many many photos I took of the Rabbit set. I’m editing the movie now and it should be pretty cute. It’s edited on 2s, but it’s still super super fast, so I’m going to have to have some holds here and there, which may make things look weird. We’ll see. Oh and also, this was shot on a Canon 2ti using Dragonframe.