Posts Tagged ‘monsters’
Aww, here is a comic strip with adorable babies! Oh wait… Also, there’s FREE shipping over at my Society6 store again! Buying stuff will directly pay the electricity bill required to power my Cintiq.
This comic strip is best consumed along with some horrible canned food on the side. Also, here’s some news tidbits: 1.) It’s vacation time over here at Optipess Studios – so I will be taking a bit of a break over the next few weeks. Fear not, I plan to return to the regular schedule [...]
Here is a comic strip! Interestingly, the subject matter here is pretty much the exact opposite to the previous comic. Also, it’s October! Crazy! 2012 is slipping through our fingers as we speak, guys.
Um yeah, maybe I should’ve gone with David Bowie at the end after all. But then again, drawing his spandex pants would definitely prove too troublesome — both technically and emotionally.
Aw, he’s apparently turning 4 years old today. The girl, on the other hand, will stay at 8. Also, speaking of birthdays, this site has an upcoming anniversary in a couple weeks. With some luck there might be at least one other related strip, and definitely some sort of blog post with extensive stats and [...]
Voila, another one of these woodcut attempts! This one makes me want to buy a bathtub and cram it into my apartment somewhere – probably the living room. Either there or on my balcony.
I had a lot of fun drawing this one, I hope you like it! This was my third attempt at making a strip in this engraved “woodcut” style, and I’m definitely the most pleased with this one. You can check out my previous attempts here and here.
Amusingly, it didn’t occur to me when I made it, but I just now noticed the glaring similarities between this strip and the previous one. I guess I just really like seeing huge monsters rampaging through densely populated cities!
Hm, apparently this is the 38th comic with the “someone dies” tag, which means I only killed off someone in a meager 43,18% of the 88 strips posted so far in total. This is indeed an outrage! But fear not, from now on I shall strive to the best of my abilities to raise this [...]