Where have I been? Drawing. It’s a hell of a thing to try and keep a full-time job (that’s not making comics), keep a relationship going, and maintain a productive schedule for creating new comics. Don’t even ask about the little things like groceries or laundry…
This is all old news to anyone in this field, but it explains to anyone who wonders why they don’t hear from me for a few months at a time where I’ve been. I was a t home, covered in ink, crying softly onto bristol board.
It’s a ll worth it, though, when I hold that new completed issue in my hands. Makes me feel like this:
Work continues on the new issues of Father Robot. Check out this sneak-peak from Issue #3. Is this the end for our hero?
The writer and co-creator of Father Robot, Kristopher White, came up with a great idea to promote our book for Father’s Day. Basically, Father Robot should participate in an old-fashioned photo op for the holiday. I couldn’t help but taunt Reggie (the real father of Clarabelle, the heroine of the story) in the piece, as seen below. Both Kristopher and the publisher like a friendlier version, but I still like this tongue-in-cheek version.
It’s been hard waiting for this day, but it’s nice to finally see my comic available for purchase. Thanks to Kristopher White, the folks at Comixology, 215 Ink, and especially our supportive fans for making this possible.
Please check out the available download here.
There’s a definite art to the proper composition on a comic book panel. I’ve experimented a lot with this one. It’s supposed to show an evil robot getting what’s coming to him. Here’s one of my earlier “framing” attempts of the panel. In the end, I set up the whole thing significantly differently. If you want to know how, you’ll have to check out issue #3…