For the past few weeks I've been leading a workshop series for SRSLY Chelsea (http://srslychelsea.org) where I guide middle schoolers through making their own comics which get published in an anthology freely distributed to their school district. On top of everything they fund coaching sessions with pro cartoonists like Maris Wicks, Carol Burrell, Katie Shanahan, and Zack Giallongo. Imagine having access to this when we were kids. ❤
Meet Festus, the school handyman.
New page of Amazon Academy, which you can read in its entirety at http://amazonacademy.com, or read the prologue on Line Webtoon: https://www.webtoons.com/en/challenge/amazon-academy/list?title_no=236840
This year I decided to make a mini-comic for #inktober. Here are the first 4 pages...
New page of Amazon Academy, in which new student Jordan tries to register. http://amazonacademy.net
Working in Medibang Paint in youth comics class today.
Comics process: thumbnails, pencils, inks, lettering, and tones.
From a freelance job last year. Paper, pencils, and Clip Studio Paint.
Attack of the Living Mulch. Penciled and colored in Clip Studio Paint, inked with brush pen on bristol.
This is the cover to a comic about a cake cafe, a smelly stag beetle, a mean chicken, and a game of Five Stone. You can read it here: http://boulderandfleet.com/post/152930709521/a-friendly-game-pg-1-starting-a-new-boulder-and
I'm a cartoonist and teaching artist (I teach comics classes in Michigan).
My graphic novel about the history and science of rockets will be available in bookstores in June 2018.
My favorite things to draw are cute things being brave.