(1998, Set 04) Most of the pics on this page are pretty good. The first in this set features a pretty nice sketch of "genie-twins" (or something)... Next is a great page for its time. It's got (2) a lot of doodles in it, numbered in the order they were drawn. Sometimes when I get insecure about the quality of doodle in the page, I'll number the drawings so people see how they progressed at that sitting. The third page is a simple one that features a freaky kid with big ball-playing hands and another pointy-haired, bare-chested kid.
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(1998, Set 03) The first pic in this set has a lot of characters from a comic idea I was working on awhile back. I really like the emotion tests for the cartoony bug at the bottom of the page. Since I don't have any practice at drawing cartoons, it can take a lot of work for me to get comfortable with them. The second page of doodles was done entirely with a ballpoint pen, which is pretty fun. I like the "can't turn back" element of drawing with ink. Last up is (3) just another page of whacked drawings.
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(1998, Set 02) Here's (1) my first attempt at the design for the bug character in my old comic idea. Pic two is an old hero page here featuring Cyclops, the Thing and a "from memory" Psylock that's a little off. The last pic contains (3) all the major characters from my comic idea, including the final design for the bug character. He's a neat example of how things can change from original to final concept.
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(1998, Set 01) These are the first (and last) four pages of a comic idea I came up with awhile back. I might return to it in the future some day. It's the story of a normal kid in an unpredictable land and his search for a totem. There's probably no point filling you in on details until I decide to do more with the idea. It's interesting that these were the first and only comic pages I've ever attempted to draw. They were done on the computer, which was pretty slow going. I'd have to re-think my approach to it if I were to try that again. Pixels should be obvious in the first two pages, and less obvious in the last two (which were done at a much higher resolution (and took a lot longer to do)).