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New Comic Pages in Process

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Friday marks one year from when I went to the Emergency Room with bone marrow failure in 2020. I was diagnosed with a rare autoimmune disorder soon afterwards. My immune system attacks and destroys my bone marrow, and bone marrow is the part of your body that makes blood, so losing a lot of bone marrow is dangerous. The disorder had kicked in a year or two prior, but it wasn’t obvious because the issues were on the inside.

Last year was a rough year, especially in the midst of a global pandemic. But after many months of treatment–blood transfusions, immune suppression treatment, and medications–I survived, and we managed to get my bone marrow to grow back. Now we’re keeping my disorder in check with medication.

So I am working on comics again! It’s been a tricky transition to come back, so I don’t yet have a firm date for when I will start posting pages again, but I am chipping away at it. (The image above is a concept painting of Pelkern–a subterranean world–that I did while I was getting treated).

In the meantime, if you want to read my comics, “The Pelkern Cycle” (my current comic) starts Here, and “The Wolves of the Wynd” (my first comic) starts Here.

Comic on Hiatus until 2021

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Hello all! I currently have some health issues (non Covid-19 related) that require treatment. I will continue working on my comic during this time, but I don’t have the margin to meet deadlines. I may post some content here other than comic pages periodically. In the meantime, if you want to give the comics a reread, “The Pelkern Cycle” starts here, and “The Wolves of the Wynd” starts here. 🙂

Stay safe and take care of yourselves!

Digital Painting of Armor

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For this week’s concept art, I painted a photo I took of an armor set from Meersburg Castle.

(I painted a different armor set from the same castle about a year ago, found here: Armor Study 1).

It took me 7.5 hours to paint, but I compressed it to 50 seconds in this speedpaint video:

Line-art from Page 51

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Page 49 goes up next week (on Wednesday the 12th).

This is my favorite line-art from one of the upcoming pages–I especially love how Sol turned out. The three have walked into a worrying situation, and I feel like I captured that in their body language.

You can find the most recent Page of the Pelkern cycle Here.

Concept Art: Anatomy Study

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Over the holiday vacation, I took the opportunity to brush up on my human anatomy. I read and sketched the diagrams from my favorite anatomy book, David K Rubins’ Anatomy for Artists. This is one of the sketches from those studies.

I’m currently working on Pages 49-50. Unfortunately I won’t be able to post Page 49 until January 29th. Until then, I’ll post some more concept art (including some reference photos that I took in Costa Rica). The most recent page of The Pelkern Cycle is Page 48.