Comic: Atheist Logic

120316-AtheistLogic

This is a personal piece I did in between some client work and my regular webcomics. One of the most important questions of life is, “Is there a God?”. This is my take.

I have nothing against atheists, and I certainly don’t think I’m any smarter or better than them. I just don’t see the logic.

Sketchbook Silliness: November 2016

Here’s all the Sketchbook Silliness gags I posted during this past month:

110216-Narcissists


101716-Sword


111816-Tantrum


100316-Turkeys


112316-Date Night


Also, if you back me on Patreon you can get BONUS cartoon gag sketches and other goodies. These are usually gags I’m on the fence about. They may or may not be funny enough to justify the full ink-and-color treatment so quality will vary, but as of now only my Patreon backers get to see them. Here’s a sneak peak at at this month’s bonus gags:

backergags-thumbs-nov2016

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I’m trying to post one new Sketchbook Silliness cartoon and one bonus gag sketch every week. Hope they give you a chuckle!

Cow Mascot for Mountainside Farms

Earlier this year I was contacted by Mountainside Farms, a regional east coast dairy company, to help them design a new mascot for their packaging. They had been using a cow character designed by another illustrator but decided it was time for a new look. They asked me to design a cow who’s face could be plugged into the existing packaging layout.

Cow Mascot-Rough Character Concepts

I started by doing a bunch of rough sketches experimenting with various shapes and poses. Some were stronger than others but that’s part of the process.

I knew that the general public would likely only see the cow’s face but it felt more natural to design the full body. If, in the future, the client ever decided they wanted to use a full body pose for anything I didn’t want to be put in the situation of having to Frankenstein a new body onto the head. I think you get a stronger and more pleasing result when the body and head are designed together.

After some back and forth with a few refinements, here’s how the final design turned out:

Mountainside Farms New Mascot

The new packaging should be in stores in January 2017.