Here is the next page. Read the story thus far here, or by clicking on the image.
As you can probably see, this page looks quite different than all the other pages. This page was hand-drawn, on paper. All the previous pages were drawn on the computer.
I recognize that this isn’t as neat as the previous pages, and this inconsistency will mess with the reading experience. However, I am planning on drawing my comics on paper from now on, with no end in sight.
I am doing this for my own sake. Drawing on the computer has become too slow, and has lost all of its enjoyment. While it produces a neater result, it lacks the energy of hand-drawn art. Now that I have switched to drawing on paper, I feel that I can express myself better. I feel that this page expresses my ideas so much better than all the previous ones.
The next page will be neater, if only a little. I promise
Well, it looks like the next page of Pumpkin Man is here. Do you want to read all the previous pages? No? Well if you change your mind, click on this link, or click on the image.
The first two pages of Pumpkin Prophet were really light, but this one is dark. Hmmm. Will this negatively affect the reading experience? Naw, it’s not like anyone’s going to read it all anyway.
That doctor’s a girl, just in case you didn’t notice those eyelashes. (Lloyd doesn’t have eyelashes, so he’s not a girl).
I didn’t capitalize the p in page this time. That, along with my lack of page numbers, will probably also negatively alter the reading experience. It’s important to pay attention to these things, even if you never do anything about them.
Well, that’s all. Try not to get injured while you’re reading this. It’s important to watch your health.
Here’s the next page of Pumpkin Man. You can read the story thus far here, or by clicking on the image.
This page is ahead of schedule, which is good. This page was obviously a lot easier to do.
I hope you’re enjoying the story so far. The next page is coming soon.
Hello. I’m back to Pumpkin Man now. You can read the story thus far here, or by clicking on the image.
The first panel alone took about an hour, but those last four probably got done in 30 minutes. I’ve almost got the next page done, too.
I’m going to try to keep the art quality up better than I did with Shadow Wide. I’m also going to try to focus much more on the story. The initial pencils of Shadow Wide were done in 12 hours, so I didn’t have the ability to think through the story a lot.
I’m also going to try to post these more often. It’s only been two days since I posted the cover of Shadow Wide, and this is already finished. Maybe I’ll get up to twice per week during school. During summer I’ll probably be able to post nearly every other day. We’ll see.
Thank you for reading.
I finished the cover of Shadow Wide! You can read the whole story here, or by clicking the image.
I don’t know if this is a great cover or a terrible cover.
Now that Shadow Wide is done, I’m going to work on Pumpkin Man. It’s been a while. I shouldn’t switch comics so often.
While I said I might go back and edit some of the backgrounds, don’t expect it.
It’s been fun.
This is the final page. The story has reached its end. You can read the whole story here, or by clicking on the image.
I hope you enjoyed it. If you have any thoughts or comments, I would love to hear them.
I’m probably going to spend some time going back and editing some of the old pages. I’m going to redraw some of the art, especially the backgrounds, to improve the quality and consistency.
I’m currently working on drawing a cover for it, but it’s not finished yet.
Shadow Wide page 12 is finished! You can read the story thus far here or by clicking on the image.
One page to go. This page was a lot faster than the previous one.
Nothing else to say.