My friend Celia held a Rapture Party last night, for which we were encouraged to dress in appropriately apocalyptic costume. I was inspired to do a drawing of Celia in pseudo-apocalyptic apparel, which I gave her as a gift. I kinda wish I’d made the purple a bit more red. Played around with different style, this time a cheap imitation of the CalArts aesthetics of Genndy and Craig and Lauren.
Let it be known that I work on My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic. It’s the new My Little Pony show currently airing on the HUB network in the US, and YTV Treehouse in Canada. It’s actually a really good show. And, it turns out, it has a large underground following of adult viewers (male and female alike).
This piece was a commission for one such viewer, from a donation to Cloudscape Comics‘ soon-to-be-published anthology entitled “21 Journeys” (A preview of my submission is here). You guys should totally buy our books; they’re awesome. If you only buy one, wait for the new one - but if you feel like buying more, I highly recommend Exploded View, our previous release. It’s a sci-fi anthology.
Watch this trailer for a little more context: this is actually an MLP / EVE crossover. (There are no giant orbital siege weapons in the My Little Pony universe.)
This is one of four short vignettes about bus travel (based loosely on personal experience) that I wrote for Cloudscape’s upcoming anthology: 21 Journeys. We’ve finally gathered up enough funds to print the thing - it’s going to be over 200 pages, full colour. Exciting! Keep an eye out on Cloudscape’s webpage, our Twitter account, or our Facebook for more news of the book. This’ll be a strong one, mark my words! Pages 2-5 after the jump.
This was a birthday present for my friend Heather, who is studying very hard at school, in order to become extra smart.