Posted September 3rd, 2014 by Alina
Hey everyone!! Just thought I’d let you know that I’m going to be a part of a really cool comic anthology about pets, monsters and dinosaurs. It’s called MegaFauna, and there’s only 5 days left of it’s Kickstarter! If you’re interested in a 200+ page book of cool comics, or in my story about pterosaur-riding cowboys in the Alberta Badlands, then check it out!
Mega Fauna Kickstarter
Posted August 29th, 2014 by Alina
I’ve been continuing to play around with designing Native fairies, combining a little bit of Froud with some of the wonderful pow wow regalia, and so I was delighted when a fan commissioned a drawing of one of these fairies from me at Gen Con. This one is based off of a Fancy Shawl dancer, with hints of a butterfly motif to her regalia’s colouration. Also, I left it ambiguous as to whether she has arms under her shawl, or whether her wings wrap about her like a shawl.
Here’s a sample of some Fancy Shawl dancing, for those who are unfamiliar: LINK
Posted August 22nd, 2014 by Alina
Gasp! Today’s comic has kisses!!
It’s also about an amusing phenomenon I’ve noticed at a LARP. One minute, you’ll be chatting happily with your friends, and the next, in character, you’ll all be at each other’s throats.
Posted August 8th, 2014 by Alina
Today’s guest comic is by my good buddy, Sam Logan of Sam and Fuzzy! Sam and I do a ton of conventions together, and so while I’ve seen him draw a TON of characters before, I’ve never seen him draw my whole cast! It gives me warm fuzzies inside. THANKS SAM!!!
Also – good lord, that joke dude. Love. EET! (I also love when he puts a disclaimer on his jokes that it’s actually a joke. That makes it twice as funny!)
Posted August 7th, 2014 by Alina
Woo!! Another guest strip from Jennie Breeden of The Devil’s Panties. I am so lucky to get two strips from her ’cause HOLY CRAP YA’LL can she do a good impression of my style*. And again, I think Abbie’s obsession with googly eyes is now canon. That’s TOTALLY the sort of thing she’d delight in.
* Doing a good impression of my style isn’t required for guest strips – in fact, I really like seeing how other people draw my characters – but still. Dang. That’s impressive.