I don’t think I ever posted these doodles.. they were some early sketches for a cartoon thingy that is sitting on the top of the TO DO shelf, silently judging me for not working on it! I don’t think I ever posted these doodles.. they were some early sketches for a cartoon thingy that is sitting on the top of the TO DO shelf, silently judging me for not working on it!

I don’t think I ever posted these doodles.. they were some early sketches for a cartoon thingy that is sitting on the top of the TO DO shelf, silently judging me for not working on it!

Tampon Toilet Thoughts

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OK! Finally something uploaded on tumblr! 

If someone needs a fantastic podcast recommendation:

http://youarenotsosmart.com/ Has saved my brain from falling out during my long commute in the last couple of weeks.

If you want to learn something about how wrong your perception of the world is, this podcast is for you!

Sorry for the lack of updates, I started a new job doing full time TV Storyboards and everything is crazy busy. The drive is long, the show is awesome, everyone is super friendly. I’ll show some stuff once I’m allowed to (and I hope I can make some comics about personal stuff on the weekend)!

If there is a construction site, a middle aged man will stand not too far from it and watch. He can not help himself! 
For he is a:
The construction site tourist!
These fine men will stop “going to the office”, “getting something at the store" or "walking home" in order to stare at men
opening up a street
spreading asphalt 
preferably in a big hole in the ground surrounded by machines and fencing.
They are mostly quiet but can occasionally be heard saying, to no one in particular, sentences like “boy it sure is hot!”, “wonder what they are building here” and “glad that’s not my job”
Sadly though, there is never any visible interaction with the tourist and his object of interest but next time you see one… why not stay a while and join him? Maybe you will uncover the mystery of his purpose! If there is a construction site, a middle aged man will stand not too far from it and watch. He can not help himself! 
For he is a:
The construction site tourist!
These fine men will stop “going to the office”, “getting something at the store" or "walking home" in order to stare at men
opening up a street
spreading asphalt 
preferably in a big hole in the ground surrounded by machines and fencing.
They are mostly quiet but can occasionally be heard saying, to no one in particular, sentences like “boy it sure is hot!”, “wonder what they are building here” and “glad that’s not my job”
Sadly though, there is never any visible interaction with the tourist and his object of interest but next time you see one… why not stay a while and join him? Maybe you will uncover the mystery of his purpose! If there is a construction site, a middle aged man will stand not too far from it and watch. He can not help himself! 
For he is a:
The construction site tourist!
These fine men will stop “going to the office”, “getting something at the store" or "walking home" in order to stare at men
opening up a street
spreading asphalt 
preferably in a big hole in the ground surrounded by machines and fencing.
They are mostly quiet but can occasionally be heard saying, to no one in particular, sentences like “boy it sure is hot!”, “wonder what they are building here” and “glad that’s not my job”
Sadly though, there is never any visible interaction with the tourist and his object of interest but next time you see one… why not stay a while and join him? Maybe you will uncover the mystery of his purpose! If there is a construction site, a middle aged man will stand not too far from it and watch. He can not help himself! 
For he is a:
The construction site tourist!
These fine men will stop “going to the office”, “getting something at the store" or "walking home" in order to stare at men
opening up a street
spreading asphalt 
preferably in a big hole in the ground surrounded by machines and fencing.
They are mostly quiet but can occasionally be heard saying, to no one in particular, sentences like “boy it sure is hot!”, “wonder what they are building here” and “glad that’s not my job”
Sadly though, there is never any visible interaction with the tourist and his object of interest but next time you see one… why not stay a while and join him? Maybe you will uncover the mystery of his purpose! If there is a construction site, a middle aged man will stand not too far from it and watch. He can not help himself! 
For he is a:
The construction site tourist!
These fine men will stop “going to the office”, “getting something at the store" or "walking home" in order to stare at men
opening up a street
spreading asphalt 
preferably in a big hole in the ground surrounded by machines and fencing.
They are mostly quiet but can occasionally be heard saying, to no one in particular, sentences like “boy it sure is hot!”, “wonder what they are building here” and “glad that’s not my job”
Sadly though, there is never any visible interaction with the tourist and his object of interest but next time you see one… why not stay a while and join him? Maybe you will uncover the mystery of his purpose!

If there is a construction site, a middle aged man will stand not too far from it and watch. He can not help himself!

For he is a:

The construction site tourist!

These fine men will stop “going to the office”, “getting something at the store" or "walking home" in order to stare at men

  • opening up a street
  • spreading asphalt 
  • preferably in a big hole in the ground surrounded by machines and fencing.

They are mostly quiet but can occasionally be heard saying, to no one in particular, sentences like “boy it sure is hot!”, “wonder what they are building here” and “glad that’s not my job”

Sadly though, there is never any visible interaction with the tourist and his object of interest but next time you see one… why not stay a while and join him? Maybe you will uncover the mystery of his purpose!

Here is some of the process that went into making the PORC page that I drew for Moose Comics.
For a while I was heavily into trying to make the “no outline” look work but I was never super confident that it would read in the smaller panels. 
I think that look would work better with giant panels in something more like a kid’s book. 
The sketches and final colors are all Photoshop, the inks then are done in Manga Studio. Here is some of the process that went into making the PORC page that I drew for Moose Comics.
For a while I was heavily into trying to make the “no outline” look work but I was never super confident that it would read in the smaller panels. 
I think that look would work better with giant panels in something more like a kid’s book. 
The sketches and final colors are all Photoshop, the inks then are done in Manga Studio. Here is some of the process that went into making the PORC page that I drew for Moose Comics.
For a while I was heavily into trying to make the “no outline” look work but I was never super confident that it would read in the smaller panels. 
I think that look would work better with giant panels in something more like a kid’s book. 
The sketches and final colors are all Photoshop, the inks then are done in Manga Studio. Here is some of the process that went into making the PORC page that I drew for Moose Comics.
For a while I was heavily into trying to make the “no outline” look work but I was never super confident that it would read in the smaller panels. 
I think that look would work better with giant panels in something more like a kid’s book. 
The sketches and final colors are all Photoshop, the inks then are done in Manga Studio. Here is some of the process that went into making the PORC page that I drew for Moose Comics.
For a while I was heavily into trying to make the “no outline” look work but I was never super confident that it would read in the smaller panels. 
I think that look would work better with giant panels in something more like a kid’s book. 
The sketches and final colors are all Photoshop, the inks then are done in Manga Studio. Here is some of the process that went into making the PORC page that I drew for Moose Comics.
For a while I was heavily into trying to make the “no outline” look work but I was never super confident that it would read in the smaller panels. 
I think that look would work better with giant panels in something more like a kid’s book. 
The sketches and final colors are all Photoshop, the inks then are done in Manga Studio. Here is some of the process that went into making the PORC page that I drew for Moose Comics.
For a while I was heavily into trying to make the “no outline” look work but I was never super confident that it would read in the smaller panels. 
I think that look would work better with giant panels in something more like a kid’s book. 
The sketches and final colors are all Photoshop, the inks then are done in Manga Studio. Here is some of the process that went into making the PORC page that I drew for Moose Comics.
For a while I was heavily into trying to make the “no outline” look work but I was never super confident that it would read in the smaller panels. 
I think that look would work better with giant panels in something more like a kid’s book. 
The sketches and final colors are all Photoshop, the inks then are done in Manga Studio.

Here is some of the process that went into making the PORC page that I drew for Moose Comics.

For a while I was heavily into trying to make the “no outline” look work but I was never super confident that it would read in the smaller panels. 

I think that look would work better with giant panels in something more like a kid’s book. 

The sketches and final colors are all Photoshop, the inks then are done in Manga Studio.

The first Manga I ever read was a Dragon Ball comic in a supermarket in France.
It had that second fight between Tenshinhan and Goku and my small kids mind was BLOWN away.
It was so crazy different and fun, it did not matter that I had no clue about the words. I even started watching the show via the French TV channel and TO THIS DAY I get made fun of for pronouncing some of the characters names with a french twang.
But how can you not? Just listen to this dreamy intro song!

The first Manga I ever read was a Dragon Ball comic in a supermarket in France.

It had that second fight between Tenshinhan and Goku and my small kids mind was BLOWN away.

It was so crazy different and fun, it did not matter that I had no clue about the words. I even started watching the show via the French TV channel and TO THIS DAY I get made fun of for pronouncing some of the characters names with a french twang.

But how can you not? Just listen to this dreamy intro song!