Showing posts with label Week 104: Panel comics. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Week 104: Panel comics. Show all posts

Monday, September 8, 2008

More panel comics...

A sporadically-updated, hardly-promoted labor of love that I'm toying with.



The whole thing (so far) can be read here:"Working the Void".

I love the stuff I'm seeing here, by the way - I'd love to see a monthly version of the Panel Comic theme!

Good luck -

K

Swarmin' strip



Other Swarmin' strips (only in hungarian, sorry).

Lil' strip


Saturday, September 6, 2008

Larger than life webcomics "constipation" and "computer virus " episodes



This panel is taken form a webcomic i did for Nathan "seven " SCott called "Larger than life" This is the beginning sequence of a larger story.This "computer virus Episode " was also taken from the Larger than life webcomic.

Friday, September 5, 2008

Cookies


Here's a pic I did a while ago for displaying my wife's enjoyment for biting me at the most random times. No she doesn't have Rabies, but she does enjoy baking and making the best peanut butter cookies. If you're allergic to peanuts you are missing out.

Thursday, September 4, 2008

Wednesday, September 3, 2008

Shrub Monkeys


Hurray! Panel comics! This here is a sample from my webcomic Shrub Monkeys which *plug plug* updates every Tuesday over at Girlamatic.com It's basically a goofy/snarky slice-of-life biographical strip starring me and my two siblings.

~Kt

co-workers from hell

a pretty old comic strip i did awhile back which is still a very real part of my everyday miserable work-a-day world.

i have about three more old comic pages similar to this under the label "modern day slaves" over at my blog jasonsartblog.blogspot.com


i'll understand if this gets deleted cuz of the potty mouth language !

Tuesday, September 2, 2008

The RNC comes to town

The RNC has come to town, and people start tipping over garbage cans and breaking windows. Me? I drew a comic strip for our local independent (read: free) paper.



Created entirely on a Wacom Cintiq. (First one I've ever done this way - weird to not have an "original".)

Happy birthday, Art Jumble! Congratulations, and good job, Mark.

Kelly McNutt