Until we get that, Sanders has about 3 Kiskaloos I haven't seen. Title is a link to the web page
What a great gag! Hah!I think I speak for all of us when I say we are ready for more Cork! Well, all of us except for Jeff, who is globe trotting at the moment.
Scotty, this looks great--it leaps off the web-page. Love the strong shapes and big movement. Very cool to see this. Viva Buncake!
Rick (and Ellis, I'll be getting to more Cork probably starting in early November. I have 5 pages left on the graphic novel and my off hours are focused on that. It doesn't sound like much but it can be a bear with a 10 to 6-ish job.And senor 'davis chino', you silly man, that's not Cork you're looking at. Nor is it my artwork. It's Kiskaloo by Chris Saunders. Go to kiskaloo.com as Ellis suggested for the full archived run. It's great stuff.
Wow ... we've all missed the boat. We should collaborate on a new Web comic called ... VIVA BUNCAKE!!!I'll get going on some new concept art and a few write-ups ... If anyone wants to take up the challenge and contribute Tuesday art for VIVA BUNCAKE!!!, consider it hurled.
The "Lilo and Stitch" look works remarkably well as a comic strip. He's got a nice mix of action, physical comedy and witty dialogue. I am probably going to steal his panel dimensions.
Too late. I already did.
Ah-ha. You are crafty, indeed, Mssr. Buncake! I was curious about the dimensions you were using. Are you doubling up the size and dropping the art down when you publish or are you working at the actual size?
Right now, actual (as it appeared in the Kiskaloo book). Although I probably should be making it bigger then sizing down.BTW, Jeff is a glute-faced mule.
BTW or FYI?
I vote for BTW.
BTW, Scotty, that was a very insensitive thing to say about Jeff. You know he can't help the way his face looks.FYI, I agree with Rick, Marty, and Ronnie.FYI, I think Tom's (Marty-inspired) Viva Buncake idea is terrific.BTW, I think Ellis should be the lead singer.
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