Sorry the 1-month hiatus turned into 2. March sucked and April was busy, but here we go with Chapter 4. Did a little research on Talkeetna, Alaska for this chapter. Seems like a groovy place and I’d love to go visit. If you know anyone from Talkeetna, please send them this way. If you ARE […]
I know my schedule has been really bad lately–I apologize and thank you for your patience. Between typical end-of-school-year stuff, rewriting the script for Chapter 4, setting up shop with a new printer, etc., things have been hectic. Hopefully I’ll have it all sorted out shortly. Thanks again for continuing to read!
Here it is–finally. Second page of Chapter 4 and we’re already jumping into the flashback. Anyone familiar with Talkeetna should recognize that vintage Mercedes fire truck up there. Page 3 is in the works. Not sure when exactly it will post, but shooting for sometime next week. Thanks for reading!
First appearance of Mitch! That expression on Moose’s face up there at the top of the page? That’s my second favorite drawing of him that I’ve done. My very favorite is this one.
Day-job responsibilities have ramped up a bit, so I’m having a hard time finding the time to work on The Moose Riders. Sorry for the huge delay, but I’ll keep plugging away at it as I find the time. In related news, I’ve bought the domain name themooseriders.com and am in the process of adding the archive […]
Here’s page 97. If you don’t know much about Talkeetna, Alaska, that last panel will make more sense once page 98 is up. So awhile back I participated in this awesome project called Comic Creators for Freedom, a fundraising event to help in the fight against human trafficking. Today is International Abolition Day, and the […]
So I’ve been using a Wacom Intuos 2 tablet for years now. I dig it, but I’ve been coveting a Cintiq for almost as many years. I was steeling myself to bite the bullet and shell out for one, but my lovely wife suggested I try out her iPad with a fancy-schmancy stylus instead. This […]
Happy New Year! For those of you in the STL metro area, The Jacoby Arts Center in Alton, Illinois has a comic book art show that opened last Friday and runs ’til the 17th. Sponsored by Dark Horse Artworks (not related to Dark Horse Comics), it features the works of 6 local artists, including 4 […]
Well, here’s the big reveal. This joke would’ve been funnier 6 years ago, or even 4 years ago when I was outlining the story. I know Sarah Palin is less relevant now than she was at that time, but I’m hoping you still find it mildly humorous. Haven’t posted much about my whole adoption thing […]