So here is the redrawn first page. Much more detail. Much more cinematic. Much more emotion. I’m don’t plan in drawing it a third time so I think I’m done

So here is the redrawn first page. Much more detail. Much more cinematic. Much more emotion. I’m don’t plan in drawing it a third time so I think I’m done

Horse is coming and he’s splashing his way into your heart in an all new original comic book.
I hope to finish the book within the month. I’m really excited to finally give Horse the story he deserves. It will have plenty of comedy and action to keep you flipping pages. At least i hope so.
So what do all of those cuddle fish have to do with Horse? you will soon find out. 

Horse is coming and he’s splashing his way into your heart in an all new original comic book.

I hope to finish the book within the month. I’m really excited to finally give Horse the story he deserves. It will have plenty of comedy and action to keep you flipping pages. At least i hope so.

So what do all of those cuddle fish have to do with Horse? you will soon find out. 

Hers is a sneakage peakage at my upcoming comic book

So here’s this. A comic I should have posted far sooner. I was waiting for the right moment to post it into the Adventures of Ryan web comics but i retired it before i finished a story arc. 
Its an inside joke between Stephen Fox and I. This is pretty much exactly what happened 100 years ago at some comic convention in Tennessee. The only minor difference was that Horse doesn’t exist. Fox place Horse with himself because he is too ugly to draw. 
Even for himself.
I love Stephen though. Leaky warts and all. Because he is passionate about his comic series NEX and still finds toleration for making babies and raising said babies. 
I just wanted to post this as a thank you to my good friend Whathisname, for making good comics and getting a giggle out of me.
And yes, you can read his comics HERE

So here’s this. A comic I should have posted far sooner. I was waiting for the right moment to post it into the Adventures of Ryan web comics but i retired it before i finished a story arc. 

Its an inside joke between Stephen Fox and I. This is pretty much exactly what happened 100 years ago at some comic convention in Tennessee. The only minor difference was that Horse doesn’t exist. Fox place Horse with himself because he is too ugly to draw. 

Even for himself.

I love Stephen though. Leaky warts and all. Because he is passionate about his comic series NEX and still finds toleration for making babies and raising said babies. 

I just wanted to post this as a thank you to my good friend Whathisname, for making good comics and getting a giggle out of me.

And yes, you can read his comics HERE

moga:

sheep-herder-who-makes-hats:

here’s a little fanart too

D: omg! another awesome person does a fanart!

i like it

moga:

sheep-herder-who-makes-hats:

here’s a little fanart too

D: omg! another awesome person does a fanart!

i like it

I was given NEX upon meeting Stephen Fox at a really crappy comic con.  All i did was pick it up and say “HEY! this looks cool…” and Stephen was all, “Take it bro. let me know what you think of it bro. I drew it bro”. 

I told Stephen I would read it that night. I read half of the book the following morning at the convention. I continued to read it the next day after I had returned home with nothing to show from the convention. Seriously, this book is worth more than what I made at this convention.

I’m telling you, it was terrible.

I have to say that the art in this book definitely doesn’t suck. Stephen knows what the Hell he is doing. Trust me, I’ve looked over just about everything of his I could get my slimy potato stained hands on and his style is crisp. Nex has a cartoonish look to it but its not overdone. The physique of the characters in this book still look like one of them fellas up there in Mainstream Comic Illustration drew it. 

The writing is very well done too. Some parts were a bit campy for me but overall this sixty page book flowed smoothly. By the end of the story I was left wanting more. but overall and most importantly it’s funny. I usually only read comics if they can make me laugh. I like the superheroes and the zombies and the superhero zombie comics just as much as the next guy but there is too many too keep up with and they all kind of blend together. Nex steps out of the ordinary to bring average country folk to the edge of reality in simple yet insane events in their everyday life. 

Go check out NEX for free at www.nexcomic.com

I eagerly await the second installment of Nex. If Stephen Fox would just quit having babies for a minute and draw for once I could get my next NEX fix. But NOOOOOOOO!!!

I was given NEX upon meeting Stephen Fox at a really crappy comic con.  All i did was pick it up and say “HEY! this looks cool…” and Stephen was all, “Take it bro. let me know what you think of it bro. I drew it bro”. 

I told Stephen I would read it that night. I read half of the book the following morning at the convention. I continued to read it the next day after I had returned home with nothing to show from the convention. Seriously, this book is worth more than what I made at this convention.

I’m telling you, it was terrible.

I have to say that the art in this book definitely doesn’t suck. Stephen knows what the Hell he is doing. Trust me, I’ve looked over just about everything of his I could get my slimy potato stained hands on and his style is crisp. Nex has a cartoonish look to it but its not overdone. The physique of the characters in this book still look like one of them fellas up there in Mainstream Comic Illustration drew it. 

The writing is very well done too. Some parts were a bit campy for me but overall this sixty page book flowed smoothly. By the end of the story I was left wanting more. but overall and most importantly it’s funny. I usually only read comics if they can make me laugh. I like the superheroes and the zombies and the superhero zombie comics just as much as the next guy but there is too many too keep up with and they all kind of blend together. Nex steps out of the ordinary to bring average country folk to the edge of reality in simple yet insane events in their everyday life. 

Go check out NEX for free at www.nexcomic.com

I eagerly await the second installment of Nex. If Stephen Fox would just quit having babies for a minute and draw for once I could get my next NEX fix. But NOOOOOOOO!!!

acidocasualidad:

50 years later

acidocasualidad:

50 years later

(via journalfromadreamer)

(Source: existences, via neverfallinlove3)

moga:

"a death of radio" 
a comic about creating 

Moga made a comic!

Why its Abraham Lincoln politely refusing drinks from a robot? I don’t know. This is a practice panel. Maybe ill do something with it someday

Why its Abraham Lincoln politely refusing drinks from a robot? I don’t know. This is a practice panel. Maybe ill do something with it someday