Lookin’ very mussed and smeary these days.

4 days ago on 10/16/14 at 11:28pm

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Malo Kingi of the Eye

art: Heather Danford

I drew one of Daniel St. George’s more mysteriously-cloaked characters, Malo, for his upcoming comic about competitively magical cats. Little seems to be known about him, except that he layers like it’s his job and wanders pretty dang meaningfully. For more mysteries, check out Catalist!

look at this guilty frozen idiot

HEY, DO YOU GUYS LIKE TIPS OF ICEBERGS

Lloyd is also part of the audacious Doom Cannon crew, a lad as good at the faking it/making it cycle as he is at running in speed suits, which is basically like hobbling in pants tied to your ankles if you do it wrong.

This sketch was made colorful by pop-sensation Daniel Krall, and every day we’re closer to releasing this beast of a comic, all for you. We’re incredibly excited to share more soon, and eventually reveal the whole thing— all those robots, Lloyd’s whole deal, everything. Enjoy Dan’s lovely colors in the mean time, and remember what I told you about your eyelids.

I drew this a month ago, so that means I’ve been laughing for a solid month.

Took a little break from Doom Cannon to do something to bring mean women and mean architecture together, two excellent things. Look up the Best Products buildings sometime, they’re my number one choice for threatening-looking retail stores.

Comics-wise, Daniel and I should hopefully have a sweet little preview of Doom Cannon stuff to post soon; I’d keep your eyes waaay peeled for that, just peel ‘em right into nothing because you’ll never want to blink again, Who-style.

Maleficent brush doodle from quite a while ago but finally topical and fresh.

Countdown

Hoverin’ Duka, part of the Doom Cannon crew. As sly as she is constantly pouring off irradiated heat, but maybe more heat.