The Orb

In 2012, I participated in the 24 Hour Comic, the intent of which is to create a complete 24 page comic in one day/24 consecutive hours. I couldn't restrain myself from adding too much detail and deliberated about the page layouts, costing time. I realized that I would never finish 24 pages, and decided to do 20.

These are displayed in spreads, as they would appear in a book format. Some images overlap the gutter and make more sense this way. These pages are shown here as completed, including pencil sketching/underdrawing (images in the printed comic have been digitally adjusted for contrast and pencil lines have been removed).

The cover is composed of a woodcut and handset type.

 

Squirrel

 

In 2013, I participated in another 24 Hour Comic. This time I managed the full 24 pages, though I needed all 24 hours.

These are displayed in spreads, as they would appear in a book format.  These pages are shown here as completed, including pencil sketching/underdrawing (images in the printed comic have been digitally adjusted for contrast and pencil lines have been removed).

The cover is composed of a woodcut and handset type.

 

Tripvine

In 2014 I continued my tradition of participating in a 24 Hour Comic. You will see that there are 26 pages in this story. When counting out the pages in preparation to draw, I skipped a spread, ending up with an extra two pages. The additional pages conspired with my increasing interest in the story to prevent me from finishing in the allotted time. I pencilled all of it and accomplished about 2/3 of the inking in 24 hours, completing the remaining inking later.

These are displayed from left to right, as they would appear in a book format. 
 

Farsight

Farsight will appear in the 2014 Baltimore Time Travel Anthology.