Something from the sketchbook – my sketchbook from back in January. A lil’ doodle of BarbarellaÂ (the 60′sÂ movie).Â I can’t encourage keeping a sketchbook enough. It’s a place to unwind, unleash your ideas, your thoughts, to breathe with your pencil or pen. My sketchbook is as needed as the food I eat or I’d go nuts! It doesn’t have to be perfect. It can be unfinished, and in any way you want it to be.
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As SoulGeek Webcomics Editor-in-Chief Guy, I am proud to announce that two aswesome new webcomics are starting Monday the 25th here at SoulGeek Webcomics: Dirk Manning’s Nightmare World, and Ben Paddon and Jjar’s Jump Leads! These are really fantastic comics with an established following already, so it’s really exciting to have them aboard.
Nightmare World is a horror webcomic, and worth every second you spend reading it.
Jump Leads is British sci-fi in the vein of Dr. Who and Red Dwarf at it’s best.
These two awesome comics add to our growing roster of excellence, joining myself of Legend of Bill, and my good buddy Kris Straub’s Starslip Extra, an extra Starslip every week found only here at SoulGeek!!
See you here Monday, for all the fun! Go HERE to access the hub of all four of SoulGeek’s Webcomics!
Your comis-lovin’ pal,
Our friends Julian Gonzalez in Spain, Gregory OroszÂ in Hungary and Hendrik Bauer (who has posted a very cool blog post at his site about LOB, thanks, Hendrik!) in Germany have so kindly sent me translations of Legend of Bill, and I simply could not be happier to publish them here for all our international friends to read.Â A BIGÂ Muchas gracias, KÃ¶szÃ¶nÃ¶m szÃ©pen, Tausend Dank andÂ Thank you very much from all of us to you, my international friends!!
LOB # 25 in Spanish (Thanks to Julian)
LOB # 8-10 in Hungarian (Thanks to Gregory)
LOB # 2-3 in German (Thanks to Hendrik)
Okay, doing something crazy and fun again, and putting up a special sneek peek of this coming Monday’s comic, in pencilled/sketched form! (‘Cause, frankly,Â I think it’s just plain fun to see the “process” of a comic strip being created). This is the pencil rough before it’s inked and lettered, etc. So … let the fun begin! What the heck do ya’ think they’re saying?
I had theÂ fantastic pleasure of finally meeting Mike, one of our very own friends of Bill hereÂ (who can be found in the comments section of the blog regularly, and a long-time “The Trek Life” fan and supporter as well) at the mega Star Trek convention a few weeks ago, and I wanted to post this pic from the con, as well asÂ the aboveÂ caricature where he asked to be drawn as a Klingon with the Duras Sisters, which I happily abliged! Mike’s been a GREAT supporter of my work, and I’m proud to call him friend. Qapla’, Mike!