"Hey, we're not happy about this either," says "Gary M" , who has emerged as spokesman for the newly risen mob of ravenous undead, "Do you think it's fun shambling around eating brains all the time? It's a nightmare. Brains are gross."
While most would assume that an undead uprising is a calculated attempt at revenge by our dearly departed, speaking with the risen themselves reveals quite the opposite- as this quote from outspoken zombie Gary illustrates: "One minute i'm enjoying myself in the afterlife, and the next thing I know i'm stumbling around this place gobbling up brains like some sort of lunatic. I'm as shocked as anybody."
When asked if it was absolutely necessary that he and his fellow undead continue eating peoples brains, Gary firmly replied: "Oh yes, definitely. The brain eating will for sure continue until we figure out what's going on. I'm really sorry, but we have a reputation to maintain here."
Hey, pals! I've decided to run another, short little series for this year's Month of Monsters. This year I'll be posting my own set of spooky cereals! They're sure to make your taste buds dance, your eyeballs pop, and your livers quiver.
First up is a berry-flavored cereal that's to die for! ← (it had to be said, you guys)
Woo first post. Man, I feel like I keep breaking the rules on these posts... This month I'm doing a short little comic for "The Possession of Jonah Turner" which I write with my brother. Also I'm planning to participate in Inktober where I'll be drawing some of the creatures / characters we've come up with for that world. So uhh, enjoy page one.
So, for those of you who did not know, I live in Tulza, Okachome.
I've been doing some editorial work for a few different peeps. One of these is the Tulsa Voice. Here are two covers I recently did for them, along with a lil inside type to go with one of the articles.
So I mentioned in my previous post that, over the summer, I attended Chris Oatley's Painting Drama course (and it was amazing). WELL. The artwork that I posted alongside that article was far from the only painting that I created while studying under Mr. Oatley: so I wanted to post one more update with a few of my Works In Progress.
Some character design and scene sketches for a story project that I'm still working on.
Some color roughs for my "Fancy Animals" project in the Magic Box painting course
Hope you enjoyed this little peak into my ever-growing stack of unfinished projects! Don't worry about these guys too much, once I finish up my paintings for Month O' Monsters they will get plenty of attention.
Heyo, guys! Here are a few prints I did in the last year by means of several different methods. I'm not entirely, 100%, totally sure, but I think these are all prints that were never posted on the Jeb site. So here they are now! xoxo
Just wanted to take a quick break from Sup-tember! to announce this year's Fourth Annual Month of Monsters! The fun starts just a few days from now, and it'll continue throughout all of October! Be there, be scared.
I made this painting (and accompanying thumbnails) over the summer while taking Chris Oatley's Painting Drama class. It was an incredibly helpful class, and I definitely recommend taking it if you get the chance.
hey guys, apologies if this is old news, but here is a comic i have been writing exquisite corpse-style with my buddy kurt armstrong. there are more pages written, i just gotta sit my butt down and finish drawing them! i will soon, i promise!
Yo! Been a while, crocodiles. Like the guys have said, we never forgot about y'alls. We just took a break over the summer to work out our illustration muscles before the big game. Coach says he likes my spirit, and I have a strong back for heavy sketching, but my illustration glutes could use some work. Thanks, Coach.
Now time to start pulling some stuff out of the "Summer Work Vault" to share. First up is a little beer bottle design I put together. Sadly, this is not a real product, so you will not find it in stores. However, I have put together this jazzy little prototype. Ink responsibly, kiddos.
I'll be back later this month to share something else! It's good to be back.