raspberryrain: (smoulder)


Once I got through August, I told myself I’d stop trying to do a render every single day. I have so many last-minute tossed-together renders. But isn’t that what this is?

Well, it’s Domingo, and he’s pretty, so I think that’s enough of a justification.
raspberryrain: (despair)
nsfw )

I was working on something else that kept crashing, so I just pulled out this old scene & stuck a new camera in it. At least this isn’t a woman with giant boobs again.

[looks at Domingo’s chest]
That’s not the same. And at least it isn’t Iris with her big conforming-figure hair again.
raspberryrain: (smile)
raspberryrain: (smoulder)
cut for nudity )

Not feeling very inspired today. Lazy, distracted, and foolish, more like.

Have a render. Shadows came out good on this, I think.

Domingo

Oct. 14th, 2014 08:31 pm
raspberryrain: (party)
We haven’t seen Domingo in a while. Wonder what he’s been up to?

cut for mild nudity )
raspberryrain: (raised eyebrow)
I've only been getting online intermittently, and I neglected to copy the last couple comics either onto DeviantArt or onto Dreamwidth. It's far worse for my DrunkDuck TheDuck account, which I have abandoned.

Anyway, here are the last two Comix Warriors challenges, since that seems to be all I get published most weeks:

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"Five Days at Memorial: D. Robichaux's testimony" (Adapting a page from a random book; posted February 19 on Tumblr)



I literally grabbed without looking a random book that I had never read off a shelf, opened it up, and adapted the first page I opened to.

Five Days at Memorial: Life and Death in a Storm-Ravaged Hospital by Sheri Fink; pg. 246.

The characters are real people, but I didn’t have pictures of any of them but Dr Pou, and I didn’t have a lot of time; so I just cast them with “actors” like a Hollywood production. All I knew about Diane Robichaux was that she was visibly pregnant at the time. Dr Pou is pretty close to the real Dr. Pou, I think. The prosecutor in the first panel is based on a description in the book, but probably isn’t that close.

Liberties were taken. :)

This challenge was a departure not just from what I’ve been doing lately, but from what I do in the comic in general. It seemed like it was going to be quite hard, but now I’m glad I did it.

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"Secrets (You can tell me, you can tell me)" (posted on Tumblr February 26)

raspberryrain: (outdoor)
Happy New Year!



OK, deep breath–featuring two crows, Ellery, Malcolm, Zipporah, Sandrine, Arlo, Jessi, Misha, Steff, Sylvio, Sandrine again, Ellery again, Domingo (haven’t seen him in a while), Jeannette, and LaFaonne.

It’s funny. As long as I’ve been doing this I don’t think I’ve ever published a strip that mentions that Jeannette and LaFaonne have been best friends at least since high school. I knew this even before I designed Elaine.

I need to get more work done, huh?
raspberryrain: (raised eyebrow)


This sort of built up over several days. Since I have eight panels done, I'm posting it.

Lori's pretty rude, but I think she's mostly got the right attitude.
Ellery was going to be in it, but she may get a whole strip of her own on this theme.

Characters:
Ozzy Obarski (with Jeannette in background), Jade Wilcoxson, Domingo (who came to the States for school), Jessi (first appearance thereof),
Lori (being sassy), Loren Runyon, LaFaonne, and the artist.

Comic #3

May. 17th, 2012 09:28 am
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What would you do if the robots took over?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Whatever they want!

You wouldn't try to stop them?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

With what? I'm not an engineer.

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