Tag Archives: digital paint

Erikatures – Khaki Overalls

Today at Five Guys I saw a guy wearing khaki overalls and a sleeveless t-shirt. This is the best I could remember 10 hours later.

He wasn’t holding a hamburger when I saw him, but I imagine he held it at waist level once he did receive his order.

Oh, and it was snowing outside. The only thing that would make his choice stranger would be overall shorts. Do those even exist? Coverall Cutoffs.

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Fridge – ‘Inflated’ Behind the Scenes

I finally got around to it, my comic strip Fridge is finally back! Go read it here.

The very first couple of strips I made were done with ink/marker on paper, and then I switched to paint on canvas. Both had a few steps (scanning, photographing, waiting to dry) that made the process fairly time consuming, which is a big part of what has kept me from getting back to it after this past summer. I think I have made the right decision in switching to digital paint in Artrage, I was able to make this week’s strip in a fraction of the time it took previously, but with twice as much ‘content.’

Anyway, I think I’ve finally figured out the process for the strip and can start churning them out consistently! Who knows, maybe even more than just once a week…