I wish I could start posting pages from Kid Universal and A Cupcake to Die For but I can’t until I finish a good back log of pages. However, I think it’s safe to share some of the concept art I’ve done without giving away any spoilers. Please excuse the poor image quality. These were shot from my phone out of my sketch book and hastily assembled in Photoshop. My main tools were brush, ink, 0.5 micron pen, and Copic markers.
The guy in the top left is actually a real person who lived from the late 1800’s to the early 1900’s. If you can tell me his real name e-mail your answer to firstname.lastname@example.org. The first person with the correct answer will win a sketch card featuring this character.
Following a theme from last weeks post here’s another illustration featuring a squirrel. With flowing cape and striped underpants Squirrel Boy patrols the night to defend the innocent. That rustle you hear outside your window could be your valiant protector or, if you’ve done evil, he may be coming for you!
Hello friends! Today we welcome Fred Stresing to Little Dog Comics as letterer for Agent Pickle. He’s a very talented illustrator as well so go to http://artofstresing.com and see his work. Fred has gone back and re-lettered the first four installments of Agent Pickle and we’re sharing them here today along with the new strip.
We had some computer issues with our guest post this week so instead we’re sharing this piece of concept art of a character that will appear in a future installment of Agent Pickle. See you back here next Saturday for part five where we’ll debut our new letterer.
Today is 11/12/13 which is a pretty cool date. However, there’s another unique date that holds great significance to us at Little Dog Comics. 11/11/11 is the day we adopted the best sidekick ever and we named him Bucky. Yesterday was was our second anniversary with him. If you’re thinking about rescuing a dog we highly recommend it. It’s a good investment in your future happiness.
Agent Pickle reports for duty! Click here to see last week’s installment. Send your comments to email@example.com to get a free sticker.
We just checked the mail and look what arrived from the printer, Stickers!
Little Dog Comics is only a little over a week old now and we’d like to get some feedback. Send us your comments, questions, or whatever you need to get off your chest, and we’ll mail you some stickers. You can reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org, our Facebook page, or leave a comment here on the website.
Little Dog Comics is proud to present this first installment of “Agent Pickle.” We will post a new page every Saturday with a scheduled break every four weeks.