A few years ago on my favorite art site, Deviant Art, I came across Arie Monroe. Her art is excellent! The way she draws the female anatomy blows my mind. I long for the day that I can draw curves like this woman. She’s definitely a talented artist. Check out her page to see for yourself. You won’t regret it.
If you’re a fan of blogs as I am, she has a Blogspot!
I was in the mood to make a wallpaper out of the Autumn mini strip. If you have noticed, I added a more to the background.
If ya like what you see, download the zip file. There are only 3 sizes to chose from: 1200×900, 1024×768, and 800×600. Get it while it’s hot!
I apologize if the image looks sort of distorted. My crazy self save the file as 72 dpi. Yikes!
I just came across this adoreable webcomic called Anecdote by Jonathan Gies. He describes the webcomic as “The never-ending battle between innocence and experience rages on, with our pint-sized protagonists caught in the middle.”
It’s worth the read. I enjoyed the art and I had a few chuckles myself. If you dig the comic, register to Drunk Duck and join the forum. Show Jonathan some love!
Today makes the first year that my friend, George Ford has published his webcomic Addanac City. The man is a true web cartoonist and loves what he does. Addanac City runs daily and George has over 300 comics! My comic has been online 3 years and I haven’t even made it to 100!
If you haven’t check out the special Anniversary comic, shame on you! You’re missing a dozen of cameos!
Happy Anniversary, Addanac City! May you have more to come.
The month of July has been the toughest experience that I had to go through so far. I like to thank those of who have prayed for me and my family. I learned the only person that I can depend on is myself with the grace of God. Special thanks to Roy B Swygert III and George Ford. Words can’t express how much I appreciate the both of you. Thank you so much for the guest comics and art. I am blessed that I can call you both a friend. Whenever I see you, lunch is on ME!
So this up and coming week, I’m back in the saddle. Stay tuned.