I finally got to see the results of a recent assignment. I contributed a comic page to an educational math book, published by Aschehoug. The book is the first in a series, and they each feature one page comics made by different comic book artists and illustrators spread throughout the chapters. I can’t wait to get going on the next book because these are really fun to do! This is how it looked when I sent it in:
And this is the printed results:
Me and some friends have started a campaign in Dungeons & Dragons, and I figured I’d draw some avatars for us. I’ve never really done that many fantasy-type characters so I had a blast drawing these guys. Adventure, ho!
This is a Lovecraftian t-shirt design I made with my friend Sondre Krum Dahl. He made the wood design, and I drew the mascot with the Innsmouth look.
There’s a new Über-anthology on the way. This one is western themed, as you can probably tell from the colors on the teaser for my comic:
I seem to have forgotten to upload this illustration I made for a super nice british couple. They wanted a poster for their halloween themed wedding. Halloween themed illustrations are really haunting me. Spooky.
UPDATE: Seems the female half of the wedded couple decided to permanently decorate her body with an illustration incorporating elements from the above poster. Pretty damn cool. And immensely flattering.
The next Über-Anthology is almost upon us, this time featuring tons of spooky, scary and silly horror comics! My contribution is the eight page Lovecraft homage “Necrothecam Ex Mortis” about the library where every single edition of the Necronomicon are collected. I also made the cover for this issue. The comic will be available this upcoming Raptus Comics Festival, where you can buy it from the ÜberPress stand. Please come and meet us for some stilted and awkward conversations!
I recently sold a 6 page comic book about a viking to “Nynorsksenteret”, for use on their website. It can be read for free here. The comic will be printed in the anthology “Über-Viking” later this year, and like most physical objects, it will totally cost monies.
I just got hung up on fantasy dwarfs for some reason. Maybe it has something to do with a recent fantasy movie hitting theaters? I don’t know. I call this one Stoutbarrel. ‘Cause he’s stout. Like a barrel.
This two page comic only works if you’ve read (The Young) Wayne Moon & The Curse of the Undead, so please do that first. I’m working on more Wayne Moon stories. So hang on to your helmets, kids!