So you know that weird story I was working on about a crow that falls in love with a duck-shaped hot tub chlorinator? Even if you have no idea what I’m talking about, I’m excited to say it’s done!
Check out page one below, and read the full 8-page comic here.
I’m working on an 8-page comic about a smarmy crow named Mr. Buttons who falls in love with a hot tub chlorinator that’s shaped like a duck. Here’s the cover:
And here is Mr. Buttons’ button collection, which I’ll be using for the end papers in the print version of the comic:
I’m working on the inside pages and hope to post the entire comic soon!
Owen and I are doing a redesign of his game Square Tactics. I’m working on redrawing all the characters in color. Here are the new and improved robots:
Aliens and cats coming soon! 🙂
You may recognize this cheerful anteater from an earlier drawing involving a flower storm. I’m working on a postcard design with both illustrations which I’ll share soon!
“Going down a rat hole” is a phrase my boss uses all the time. Sometimes he means it in a bad way, referring to an unproductive dive into details that should be avoided. Other times he’ll use it in a positive way, explaining how he went down a rat hole discovering something or figuring something out. Either way, it refers to getting deeply involved with something to the point that you risk losing sight of the main objective. According to some sources it should be “going down a rabbit hole”…which is probably true, and all the more reason this rat hole business makes me laugh.
Anyway, the other day my boss said “going down a rat hole” so many times I started picturing him as a rat scurrying down a twisty tunnel of ideas. One thing led to another and I ended up drawing it. It actually turned into more of a metaphor of the creative process than I intended.