Munch Chunky Issue 5a

The world of Eratone is old and filled with lots of ancient mysteries. that is one of the things i wanted to bring across in the pages of the comic. along with a great sense of adventure. I love adventure. especially unexpected adventure. the kind you just stumble into and in the end learn a lot and have a good time and memories in the end.

Munch Chunky Issue 4b

New pencils! I have new pencils!
now I can draw with confidence, knowing my sweaty, greasy hands, (a bad combo if ever there was) won't smudge the pages. I was actually working from left to right on each page. I don't work like that. I draw at random. and that can lead to smuuuuuudge city. 
hehe... anyway.
After last weeks reveal of THE major protagonist the CoCo King, I realised how fast this series is moving now that it's weekly. this is exciting. I'm really enjoying playing with the really different personalities of the characters. oh, and... this issue's cover is a bit misleading.
technically it should have been the cover for issue 5a, but the only other cover idea I could come up with ruined what I thought was a good visual reveal.
you'll see. tho it may be less significant to you than me.
oh well... hope you enjoy. haha
this weeks OST track: Peach Pit Town

Munch Chunky Issue 4a

I can't even express how absolutely happy I am with this issue.
I almost cut the little bit of tech in the boarding part near the end.
but i thought 
"no. the only way i can get across 
how fun this bridge system is in my mind 
is to draw out tall the steps of it"
So i took the time and drew out a few of those steps.
seeing it makes me smile.
and the ending does too, even if it's a little grim.
I can't wait to show off more of the weird and wacky technology used in this world.
well... I'm off to the art supplies store to buy more pencils.
I was using a well known brand of HB pencils these last few issues, 
which mans nothing for the quality of the pencils it turns out. 
because the leads would just disintegrate under pressure.
I finally couldn't take the leads snapping on me in the middle of drawing a page anymore.