A preview of my new collaborative comic, Latte Art! (Winner of the 2013 “Rejected from Smut Peddler” award)
Do you have any idea how long this page took? Good lord, I’m slow. Notice the empty mug on the table? Yeah, I still need to add in the titular latte art.
Erm… why is that couch facing a wall and not a window? This whole cafe is backwards. Note also the tea station facing away from the cashiers.
(And on the next page, tables appear along that empty wall to the left. I just left them out so it wouldn’t clutter the professor’s face.)
This is from a real FAQ of a real blog.
The A can be shared by asexuals and allies.
Allies started the LGBT movement.
I wanted to keep the reblogs down on this Tumblr but oh my god, this so funny/sad. This “ally” knows jack all about the glbt rights movement, or how it was intertwined with other oppressed groups. Although the comment about “democracy” seems to imply that they think the movement started ten years ago when marriage equality was created in Massachusetts.
Trying to nail down how the professor in this comic should look. He’s kind of got two different heads going on there. What do you think, T? Is it what you wanted?
An update on my comic and a look at my new brushes.
The majestic town of Boxshire. Boxes as far as the eye can see.
HEY GUYS here are my journal comics of my experience as a special guest at San Diego Comic-con 2013! I had an amazing trip! Co-starring my awesome boyfriend Tim (you can read his SDCC comics here). Cameos by Mark Siegel, Jeff Smith, Bernadette Baker-Baughman, Vera Brosgol, Neil Druckmann, Dan Santat, Dave Roman, Raina Telgemeier, Bryan Konietzko, Michael DiMartino, Giancarlo Volpe, John Green, Kazu Kibuishi and Joss Whedon!
Apologies to everyone I drew, and apologies to everyone I did not include (Tim’s comics filled in some of the gaps at least). :D Pls re-tumbl, I would love that!
EDIT: Edited so the larger comics are smaller, better for tumbler viewing! :)
HA! I recognize all these moments.
Jeph Loeb gave me that same speech about not being a fan. He said, “Quit apologizing for being at the big table. You earned your way here and it wasn’t easy.”
I tried to take that message to heart and IT HASN’T SUNK IN YET.
That bit about going to meet the Avatar guy reminded me of Connecticon. I went up to Amanda Lafrenais and Spike Trottman’s booth and Amanda immediately said “Oh, hi, Pat!”. And then Spike asked me about my art.
Oh, that magical moment when you finish filling in the main characters but before you color anything else.
Took time out of drawing to fix today’s Dumbing of Age strip by David Willis.