Sorry if you’re disappointed that I won’t be removing Katie’s sign. If you’d LIKE to see the second image it’s in the archives on the Patreon. After I wrote the dialogue for this page I couldn’t help but think about what was going on on the other side. This is something I have had picking at the back of my brain since I made this page, so we’re seeing Stan be a man of his word.
Ever since seeing Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse I felt my comic needed more silly onomatopoeia moments.
I think I’m going to forgo shading for the next little while, if for no other reason than to facilitate quicker updates. This arc is going to be pretty art heavy, and I don’t want there to be a month between updates. Again.
Hey! Look! I’m not dead! This page was one of the hardest to lay out I’ve done, recently, Obviously not because it’s complicated, but I just couldn’t decide how to introduce this arc. I thought about having Carver open the door on the last panel and have to reveal be a splash page, but I decided I needed to get into the action as soon as I could. this was the one part of this arc that I didn’t have already written, so no more 2 months between pages! I promise!
The problem with prepping one’s house to sell, is that it robs one of the time allocated to completing a page.
End of this Arc, folks! Next one is going to be fairly action-packed and a lot funnier. I’ve had this one script it out for a few years, but I just couldn’t figure out where I wanted to put it in the timeline. I should have a cover image for the next Arc up next week, and the next page shortly after that.
You know, I seem to remember the comic being about this guy…..
Portland readers! My wife and I will be selling our wares at Rose City Comic Con September 7th through the 9th! I’ll have the first printed volume of Gregor and we’ll both have a bunch of prints! Hope to see you there!
On a sadder note, my cat, Colby, the model for Gregor’s kitten of the same name, died yesterday in my arms. He was super sweet and loved to give love bites. We’ll miss him terribly.
This one took a lot longer than I would have liked to get done. It shouldn’t have, as a lot of it was just copy and paste since it’s just a conversation, but I had a hard time finding time to draw. This is also the last scene in the basement so I’m going to have to actually start drawing backgrounds again.
Hurrah! Go Stan, amiright? This page took a little longer than I wanted because I dropped my Surface on my way to my car and the screen SHATTERED! I had to do some extreme digging online to find a new one AND I had to replace it myself. Everything worked out and now I carry this thing more gently than I do my firstborn.