Okay, if you haven't noticed, I'm an avid reader of The SuperFogeys. Forget all that nonsense about Jonathan Ross writing a movie about retired superheroes. This comic strip about them has been going for years.
It's awesome, but doesn't run often enough... or didn't. Recently, Brock Heasley brought on Spooky Doofus and Boxcar Astronaut artist Marc La Pierre to draw while Brock writes, so they could put out 3 strips a week (Monday, Wednesday, and Friday)! Marc's really shown himself to be an incredible comics artist and Brock's an amazing writer. The combo means more fun for all!
Here's a teaser poster for the new team-up...
And don't forget I've started a little webcomic of sorts. My wife and I are publishing the doodles we draw on our son's lunch bags at LunchaDoodle.
Okay, I can doodle a bit, but I can't draw. Still, I somehow managed to eke out a guest comic for Brock Heasley's The SuperFogeys by taking old panels from his strips and adapting them to a new narrative.
If you're not a fan of The Superfogeys, you should really check it out. It's the funniest comic strip about a superhero retirement home there is.
Click this banner to see my guest strip
Besides my baby pirates and teddy bear pirates shirts, I also found time to design two shirts suitable for more adult senses of humor.
For some reason, this evening, after looking at a hand-drawn vector illustration set, I got the urge to play with Inkscape again. I'd done a dog face last time, so I thought I might do a cat this time. But this time I wanted to do a body and I wanted to do something a to make it a little different. So I decided the cat should be wearing socks... rainbow socks, to be exact.
If you want it as a .gif, just right click it and select "save image as". If you want to play with it in Inkscape or Adobe Illustrator, you can pick up a SVG format (vector) version of it at the Open Clip Art Library. I've dedicated it to the public domain, meaning anyone can use it in any project (personal or commercial), free of charge, and even redistribute it. You could even sell it, but you'd have competition since anyone else can give it away free like I'm doing. And I can give it away free because I drew it.
If you end up using it, please let me know, just so I can see. Thanks!