Source: SoundCloud / Ludwig Franzen
Someone asked me what a comic I’d write would be like. This is my first comic, published towards the end of 2011 in Solipsistic Pop 4, a 4-pager entitled Small World. i don’t know if I’d write one like this now- this was very much shaped by events then- but i hope i’d be able to be as creative with how the story is told. The theme of that anthology volume was maps, and I drew a treasure map of my world at that time and then made a key as to where to find what i was looking for. Or something. Read this how you like.
That middle double page spread is the map: click to enlarge.
So good. As neatly and economically done as it is open and hinting at infinite possibilities.
TRUE STORY is coming back.
If you have an amazing/crazy/funny/weird/terrifying true story that you’d like to share - maybe one you’ve been telling your friends for years - I’d like to turn it into a comic strip.
Help spread the word! Reblog, share on Facebook, call your grandma!
Send your stories to: email@example.com (ignore the old email on those comics).
Thanks everyone - it’s exciting to start making these again!
The ‘Home Grown Veggie' figurine series imagines animals created from fruits and veggies - with a little more permanence.
omg!!!! i want all of them
TOO CUTE TO EAT
Next batch of hourlies. Don’t know if I’ll get to any more. It’ll just be more me at the computer… drawing… or tumblring…
All of these are just lovely.
Dammit. Who wants to be an artist? I want to make comics. Comics are the best.