A Skirmish

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Oh dear! So. I had originally drawn the last comic and this one as a single, double-length page, like ones I’ve uploaded in the past. But I realized that to tell the story correctly, I needed to adjust the pace … Continued

Shots Fired

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Uh oh! We’ve got quite the situation developing here ;) In coloring this comic, I opted for a scheme of tints and shades of four hues, organized this way: I guess you could look at it as an analogous scheme … Continued

Not-So-Hot Pusuit

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Trying something a little different with lighting in this one–almost a “cell shading” approach. Let me know what you think! Also, I’m pretty happy with how the landscape came out. Of course I know very little about how the forested … Continued

Evenly Matched

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Hi! It’s been months and months. But here at last is the next installment. I tried a couple things with my approach to coloring–the characters are all rendered in a tight range of tints and shades of only 3 hues. … Continued

Sublieutenant Nobody

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Skorzany and Rudek are doing all they can to get Kowak’s attention. In this comic, I worked hard to layer the foreground and background action cohesively. A fun challenge.

Difference of Opinion

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Poor Malutki.   You might notice some slight adjustments to character design here. You also might not. ;) Also, I tried something with the colors. The background is built up of analogous hues, centered on purple, and the characters are … Continued

Do You Remember?

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This double-length comic took a long time to draw, mainly because I wanted to establish the snowy background as realistically as I could. Narrative-wise, it was important to me that Rudek encounter Skorzany in a kind of liminal space (ask … Continued

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