Got another page for you. You should probably be following me on twitter so that I can inform you when I update, considering I don’t have a consistent schedule over here.
But I’ll update soon, no worries!
I didn’t touch this since January. Pitiful! The reason is simple, Bruceman’s project has taken top priority. Once his album has been released, I will have time once again to get back to this.
I am sorry, this was not forseen, and I think I will force myself to get something new for Stubble out ASAP, now that I’ve noticed just how long it’s been.
Thank you for being supportive,
Wow. So embarrassing. I think when I was sixteen I really succeeded in capturing a character’s essence right away, yes? Now excuse me as I go hide under a rock.
I was away from my apartment last week because the building was under construction. To make life easier, I went to my parents’ house and decided to just focus on projects that only required writing. I have 9 panels sketches out for the next page, so I shall update this week!
I thought as a way to help show my appreciation to all of you, that I’d dig deep into this comic’s history and show old sketches, drawings and even discarded comics I made for it.
The first one is the original portrait of Clint used for the character page, ten years ago:
Riveting, I know.
In November 2000, I began going to portfolio reviews for colleges. I drew this image of Clint and Lindsay together, wrote a plot summary, and then printed out sample strips to show. You know, the same strips I’m not proud of today. Ten years changes a lot of things…
Yeeeah, and this is when Gorillaz came out:
Right when Gorillaz came out, whenever a person in school saw me doodling my characters (a way for me to get used to their design), they would go “Oh wow that’s so cool! That looks like Gorillaz!” And I was like “Yes! That’s totally correct! Just like Gorillaz!” Even though that wasn’t what I was doing.