Sunday, June 17, 2012

The Third Prank

This comic is the follow up of the unfinished story of "Talking about Mickey" from a while ago, which was about the kind of pranks we play to Mickey in spite of the consequences.

This particular comic will commence a new story-arc about the third prank I remember playing to Mickey, which I announced before.

Also, I'd like to add that I love weekly updates, which are officially every Friday, but if I can't do it on Friday, I'll do them on Saturday, and if I fail to do it on Saturday, there's always a Sunday!

Tuesday, May 15, 2012

How Solid is the AAA Game Industry?

This comic was my entry on April's Writing Challenge on Bitmob. You can check my entry over here, and the work collection over here.

I'm still amazed to see that I can still draw cute little things by my own hand, I don't think I'll keep doing it, but still... It's good to keep that skill at hand.

By the way, updates are coming people! Just wait a little bit...

Thursday, March 8, 2012

Brutal Legend

What can I say? This is my sprite-based homage to Brutal Legend. If you catch at least one of the classic rock references on this comic, and you haven't try this game yet, you own yourself to play it.

Thursday, March 1, 2012

Critical Miss

Hey, guys!

Have you ever read Critical Miss? Well, it's one of my favorite webcomics. Created by Johnathan Grey Carter and Cory Ridel for The Escapist, It's the story about Erin Stout, a videogame journalist for a fictitious website called Out of Tens.

So, anyway, something weird happened to her after a car accident, and now she hallucinates about videogame characters all day... Long story short, over here.

Why am I telling you this? Well, one of his artists took a brief vacation so they held a little contest in order to have a couple of guest artist to cover him up. As you may've realized, I entered the contest (check my pixelated Erin!) and even tough I didn't win I had a lot of fun making my submission.

The strip I draw is related to one of Erin's early hallucinations, so I recommend you to check this before you go on.

So, anyway J. G. Carter posted all the submissions on his tumblr account, and you can check mine over here.

UPDATE: Since the link from above doesn't seem to work anymore, I have no other alternative than upload the comic myself, check it out: