Who here remembers Robo Force? It was a toy line from the mid 1980s that featured robots with suction cup bottoms and a "crushing action" that many fans later poked fun at by calling it "hugging action."
Well, the toys are back as a Glyos-compatible line and I have had the honor of drawing the accompanying comic that expands the mythology to include several other toy lines from that period. You can read it here: http://toyfinity.com/comics/?c=3&p=1
You can see all of the toys here: http://toyfinity.blogspot.com/
Gregg Schigiel is one of my favorite cartoonist thinkers.
Stuff Sketched: Episode 5 - Avoiding Face Sameness
Here's one from the archives. A few years back I put together a pitch for how I'd handle a Masters of the Universe comics series aimed at kids. You can read some of the ideas (and see more of the character designs) here: http://comicsaregreat.com/motu
You may or may not know that I make a weekly podcast with a game designer on making art called Lean Into Art.
in this episode we talk about our "everyday carry" kits we lug around in case we find an opportunity to make art.
The new auto coloring filter in Clip Studio Paint is unreal. I tried it with some of my own art with limited success, though. What I'm mostly excited about is the possibility of automatic flatting within the app.
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