Ohhh folks, I’m really excited about this. After some months of preparation, my new webcomic site is now live! Perambulate Comics is now home to VIA (my original comic undertaking), as well as a my new ongoing adaptation of Algernon Blackwood’s The Willows. And more things down the line!
It’s been a while since I posted here, but/because the last few months have been quite busy.
First off, some new work. The following paintings are part of my recent cairns series, addressing the ways in which we perceive the landscape and attempt to participate in it, and the ambivalent consequences of these attempts. The series was created for my solo show at Micro Art Space in November 2014. (click for full size)
Secondly, my webcomic just posted its 50th page! When I began this project, I expected it to reach its conclusion at around a hundred pages, tops. Now, in the thick of it, it looks like it will end up being much, much longer.
Meanwhile, I have a second comic in the works- this one will actually have characters! Madness! Watch this space.
My new webcomic has just posted its tenth page! Not a huge accomplishment perhaps, but it feels like a milestone.
…update on my last post: I’ve fixed the links to the new site, which is up and running. Posts begin on Monday!
This is my first new post in a while. For the last couple months, I’ve been busy working on an online project that’s been buzzing around my head for the better part of a year, and now it’s just about ready to go.
VIA: a perambulatory tale will be an ongoing graphic novel that is:
1- a story without characters, and
2- a love-letter to the horizon
Beyond that, you’ll just have to see for yourself. Regular posts begin Monday, September 1st at perambulate.net. I promise weirdness and wonder.
In the grand scheme of cosmic justice, this beast fulfills a role complementary to its ordinary cousin. Whereas the traditional Harpy swoops from on high to torment the wicked, the Reverse Harpy seeks to reward the fair-to-decent, usually by dropping in uninvited with a home-cooked meal. Culinary opinions on the Reverse Harpy’s cooking are split. While their dishes display an undeniable flair for color, texture, and flavor, most diners find the regurgitated rabbit bones off-putting.