I'm a cartoonist with a BA in Illustration trying to make it out there in the real world.
My biggest inspirations are "Calvin and Hobbes" and "Peanuts" when it comes to art style, and "Pearls Before Swine" when it comes to humor.
December 26th, 2011
This is it, the final Negligence comic. I wanted the last panel to be in color, as a way of saying "this comic's over, but Drannik and Lizzep's adventures may continue". I enjoy doing the color in Illustrator like this, as I'm a big fan of this cel-shading style.
Thanks to everyone who has read, given critique, or helped out in some fashion with Negligence over the years. I will continue doing comics, but instead of keeping with a rigid schedule like with Negligence, I'll make them at my own pace instead. The stuff I've made outside of Negligence for the last six months has, admittedly, been a lot stronger than the stuff for Negligence (although this final storyline took the most amount of work, what with guest artists and trying to tie everything up).
Be sure to check out my [url=http://tkcartoonist.info]homepage[/url] for more art and/or comic updates.
December 5th, 2011
Guest Artist: Alex Korbey of Cubicle
December 2nd, 2011
Special Guest Artist: Rebecca Burg of A Loonatic's Tale, another comic from SmackJeeves/DrunkDuck/ComicFury/Its Own Site/etc. Basically, it's everywhere and a pretty good comic.
September 7th, 2011
: Thanks. If you like this one, check out my other comic Cubicle.
April 22nd, 2011
"And now, the end is near,
And so I face the final curtain.
My friends, I'll say it clear;
I'll state my case of which I'm certain."
Meanwhile, somewhere in the Philippines, someone died thanks to that previous paragraph.
But seriously, this is it. After almost two years in the making, Cubicle is complete. Thanks to everyone who commented on this comic. Most of all, special thanks go out to Genejoke for taking on the project and sticking with it to the end.
As for the final text boxes here, think of them as Glen's last thoughts just before he succumbs to the gunshots. Also, in a twisted way, Glen is right. How many people still talk about evil sons-of-bitches like Ed Gein, Jeffery Dahmer, and John Wayne Gacy to this day even though all of these people are long dead? In a sense, they're still alive because their horrible crimes still captivate people to this day, inspiring movies, television, and books. It's screwed up how the world works.
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