One of my contributions to the 'Jadeclaw' supplement to the Ironclaw RPG produced by Sanguine. The panda and the dragon represent two of the four types of magic disciplines in the game. I think I like the panda better than the dragon, but I'm satisfied with the pieces overall. They actually appeared separately in the book, but I'm lazy. ;)
I got a Wacom for my birthday. Unfortunately, I can't draw with it; all I can do is scribble. So I'm only colouring pictures for now -- this is one of Cedric that I wasn't even gonna finish because his arms are too short, but other than that it's okay. (D'oh, almost forgot -- my website is now located at http://www3.sk.sympatico.ca/will01 for the time being -- FSN apparently deleted my site without telling me. That's what you get for using free webspace providers, I guess. :P)
Yerf's back! Rock. And roll. This is a drawing of Hack, Billy, and Cedric as Thee Headcoats (not really actually, but it would be cool if it was). What with all this garage revival, I'm wondering when the hell Billy Childish is gonna get some recognition. This isn't finished yet, but it should be soon.
...I wanted to make a nice, long, descriptive description explaing the story behind this particularly old Cuedow character, but now I dun wanna. He's just my really old chara Stallion the winged Centaurdow kicking some horse guy in the face for no reason. Loosely based on a photo of a kicking mule.
Yay! Yerf is back, and looking quite spiffy! And now long file names are allowed, neat! Well done, Dingo &co. Here are a couple of images I made for a collection of early fanzine art of mine, said collection I never got around to creating... no biggie though. My pre-Yerf art wasn't that hot anyway. <:)
The first page of my rather silly little off-the-cuff comic "Conspiracy of Mammals." While there IS an...err...brain being liberated, it's all very tame in terms of gore, since I'm a wuss myself, so hopefully it won't cross any Yerf lines there. (It's a cute little pinkish brain. Really.) Right. I know nothing at all of comics, and this is completely a lark for me, so I'm probably making lots of obvious beginner errors. Any input about things like layout and timing and panels and so forth is greatly appreciated.
Page three! Will Bob and Squeak get the brain home in time for the mammalian scientists to study it and overthrow their scaly oppressors? Tune in...err...later to find out. A few days, say. Next week might be good. Critique, as always, welcome, since I barely know what I'm doing.