raspberryrain: (outdoor)

I put off starting this strip too long, and I submitted it late to Comix Warriors. I kind of feel like the panels are too small and/or too few, but I don’t really want to reshoot it now.
raspberryrain: (funky)

Maybe I draw a little bit.

As in Alice in Wonderland, we called him “Tortoise” because he taught us.

I wanted to do something quick today.
raspberryrain: (weary)

For Comix Warriors week 60

sloth reference (I still maintain that I do not draw. I traced it roughly.)


Nov. 26th, 2014 12:37 pm
raspberryrain: (braids)

Sweet tea, sun tea, milk tea. Tea.

Arlo, of course, is the man who is no longer allowed to cut my hair.

Since I was already running late, I tried a new trick for quick diffuse lighting. It's not naturalistic, but it'll do in a pinch.
raspberryrain: (raised eyebrow)

Inspired by an actual online conversation in the last week. One person was actually saying they favored webcomics with their own sites over ones on sites like Keenspot.

Oh, well.
raspberryrain: (smile)

This has been days coming. But in the end, it’s what I was trying to do for the first of November, just four days later than originally planned. And I managed to build up to it with a couple of ‘splash’ posts.


Oct. 29th, 2014 09:57 am
raspberryrain: GIF (stunned)

Of course Rosalea’s imaginary son would be dating the other Rosalea.

"Fear" challenge for Comix Warriors.

This one is subtle, I guess.
raspberryrain: (bust)

I didn’t hurry this enough to meet the Comix Warriors deadline. But I did one! Here is my “Snacks” comic for Comix Warriors week 54.


Oct. 15th, 2014 10:30 am
raspberryrain: (party)

(Comix Warriors Week #53: review your favorite comic)
I discovered Nana well after it started, in fact after I was already working on my own alleged comic. At times I would look at it and feel l like I was wasting my time.
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:


"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.


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

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