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Some truth for you.

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Since I revisited Episode 1 of English Blue and Giant, I also decided to revisit Episode 2. I added color to the strip and I added an image of The Giant in the first panel. Originally he wasn’t there, so by the time he made his appearance in the third panel, he really seemed to appear out of no where. When I first created this page my friend Ronald Wimberly ,who by the way is a really killer comic book artist, pointed that simple fact out to me. We had a quick discussion about the importance of pacing in comics, which oh so important. Anyway, I think I’m ready to move on to Episode 3. I’m still building on this English Blue and The Giant concept. I’d like it to have the companionship and imagination of a Calvin and Hobbs strip, the sophistication and emotion of a Charlie Brown strip and the action, adventure and epic story telling of a Samurai Jack cartoon. (If that makes any sense.)  Anyway..

 

THAT’S ALL FOLKS!

 

D.

 

 

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This weekend I revisited this small comic strip I did back in 2009. (CLICK THE IMAGE TO ENLARGE IT) It’s called “English Blue & The Giant”. The original strip was formatted slightly different, was black and white and included dialogue balloons. I’m happy with the over all color palette and the character designs. I decided to remove the dialogue balloons because I thought the pictures were strong enough to tell the story. (I HOPE!) Anyway, it was a fun experiment.

eNjoy!

sEe ya!

bye..

D!

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“Little Beauty”

I found this drawing in one of my old sketch books from last year. Sometimes I get lucky and my female drawings come out pretty cute.  (SOMETIMES!)

eNjoy!

sEe ya!

bye..

D!

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Here’s another “quick little quickie” straight from my sketch book.

Adios,

D.

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Here’s a quick little quickie made with love. Until next time!

KAAAAAAAA-BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOM!!!!!

D.

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