I'm sure you may have seen the mutated bones plush I did a few weeks ago. Well I'm waiting for my tablet to get shipped back to me so I decided to give my patrons a first look at a new batch I did yesterday.
If you'd like to purchase any, hit me up.
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Sorry for the hiatus, this page was taking me a while and I had suffered from some hand related issues that I'm going to see a physical therapist about. Lately it's been feeling great so I'm going to try to rebuild my buffer once again!
You'll be the first to see the pages as they're produced!
sorry for my lack of art updates, my wrist has been acting up so ive been having to work slow and take longer breaks.
That was... easy.
Sorry for the late page, I've been having to work slow to avoid injuring my wrist.
List things that rhyme with orange, one word only.
Keep an open mind, many stand up comedians use a deadpan approach to their act.
Yelling at anyone in the service industry is bad news, so I believe you.
Leleif, way to be unfair.
Hey, I wanted to thank all my fans for sticking with me on this project! I wanted to show y'all these illustrations but I thought it best to wait for the public reveal. These are the assets I made for hiveworks. My new site is at parisacomic.com!
Here are the rest of the assets!
You may have noticed some banners I had posted previously, those are assets for the site as well, I just couldn't reveal what they were for yet.
If you saw the last page of Parisa, you might have seen this fellow. This is Luciano Jones and as you can see, his alter ego Luciano Bones. This character is as old as Nolan and Gwen since he was the antagonist from the original story. He started out as a humanoid but when the world of Parisa grew, he felt out of place. A friend suggested that he have an animal head so I went with a lion.
My best friend originally made him, pulling inspiration from Don Omar. I went in a bit different direction since I took total creative control over the story.
Here are some final sketches to practice his form before I drew the last page. I had drawn him many times before but nothing crystallizes a design better than drawing them in a comic.
This was my last design I made a while back for a pitch packet. You can see that I got rid of his pointy shoulders because it made it hard to articulate his model. Plus it made it harder for him to emote with his shoulders if they always appear up. Sometime later I'll post some pages from the original Parisa!
HAHA CANDY MACHINES, AMIRITE
Spirasi don't need to know what we do with our physical forms, it's not important.
I wanna thank all of you for being so patient with the lack of updates. I'll be adding one or two more past the update schedule soon.
Sorry for the wait, I just got back home and my tablet is all set up.
im feeling really sick lately so there won't be an update monday, sorry
heres the pencils
A high level fire spirasi, they are said to be seen during pyroclastic events such as volcanic eruptions or natural disasters such as wild fires.
In the past, some cultures found them to be a herald of the end times, while most inhabitants of Parisa today now understand the nature of wild fires and the natural cycle of birth and destruction. This doesn't stop them from wanting to protect their homes. Many villages and towns set up spirit chimes or bells on the outskirts or even in the entrances of their homes. The chimes are said to charm the spirasi and alert them that someone lives there. This is a long held belief but some are unsure of how effective they really are.
I decided that I'll be opening up a discord chat once I reach my pledge goal of 100 dollars a month!
That's one way to do it.
15+ tier commission of another critter from a DnD campaign.
Gwen always had lead feet
Parisa now has a official logo. I have a website in the works which I'll debut in a bit. Here's the new logo with an illustration of Nolan and Gwen!
the logic of a 10 year old out on his own
15+ tier commission of a critter from a DnD campaign. Her name is Orthis and she has a lot of patience.
So, things have been kind of busy and I havent been able to post as many pages as I'd like. I just moved across the state and it took me a few days to get things running again. I'm going to churn out a few pages today. Here's a bit of warm up for ya!
Since I won't be posting a parisa update this week, I want to show you some commissions I've been doing for a writer I'm working with. The lettering is done by someone else, but I do all the thumbs, pencils, inks, and rendering.
This story is about a ghost caught in the afterlife that operates somewhat like a social work agency. Her case worker is easily described as a cyclops alien leslie knope.
We're working on pitching this story to a publisher. These are pages 9-16 of the first issue, but I'm working on another 8 page short for it as well.
The rest of the pages are in attachments.
I might take a week off because I have some commissions and freelance I got to take care of. Aaaand also because there's a transition which calls for more design work and establishing shots of buildings and crowds. But, as things are now I'm getting ready to start doing two updates a week!
I've been a bit busy with other works atm, but I want to show my patrons a work in progress. I wanna thank all of you for your support!
I'm aiming to get this page done by tonight so I can post it tomorrow.
A little late again, getting back into the swing of things. I'm feeling much better lately!
sorry for the late page, the holidays kept me busy!
I now have enough parisa pages for every first generation of pokemon.
This is the first page I did on my new display tablet. The colors tend to come out a little darker when I render, how does it look?
I'm giving all my patrons access to this till I post it on wednesday to make up for the lack of content while I got back up to speed. Thanks for sticking with me!
Sorry, this page is taking longer than expected. In light of the wait and the patreon news, I wanted to allow all my patrons to access this, not just my 5 dollar tier.
Pardon the post from earlier, I deleted it bc I thought I had made a mistake but it is true that patreon is rolling out some changes so they can rake in more from people who make smaller pledges.
I would recommend that you make sure that you can take these changes into account (though I wish they wouldn't do this bc it's ultimately to make more money for patreon off the backs the numerous of low pledges, in the guise of helping the creators).
I'd love to hear your input on this.
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