Let’s Draw ROBOTS!

This is my second week of making Let’s Draw videos! Oh man it’s a lot of fun. If you watch the first couple of minutes you’ll see all the drawings I got back from people around the world! BY FAR the most satisfying experience of my creative life so far. If you want to draw along, or just want to draw a robot your own way, you should definitely send it in so I can add it to next week’s video!

These videos combine all of my interests into one creative endeavour: drawing comics, making music, editing video, and teaching! I hope you enjoy them.


Space Chuck Web: 20!

Spacechuck web 20

A few more weeks of Space-chuck, and this book will be finished!  Hopefully, if people are interested in reading it, over the years to come i’ll get a chance to flesh out other aspects of the Space-chuck universe, but “Space-chuck PRELUDE” will be wrapping up… and we’ll be back into the daily short-form stuff here on the site.

Every time I change how I do the comic, there are hard lessons i learn.  Here is what I’ve learned this time, doing this graphic novel:
1)  Drawing five pages a week takes more time than drawing three frames a day… seems obvious, but for some reason, i thought doing a comic like this would free up some time for my other responsibilities by spreading out my draw-time over a week instead of once a day.
1.5)  It’s probably not a GREAT idea to sacrifice time and expect a higher level of artistic quality.
2)  From the perspective of the reader and the feedback i’ve gotten: Reading five pages once a week is a lot more difficult for people than reading three frames a day.  Not only that, but expecting people to track with a story, once a week, over the course of a few months, is kind of a stretch if they aren’t used to that kind of thing.
3)  The next time I do a large project like this, It’d be good to see if I have the discipline to release it all at once instead of weekly… that way, even though there’d be a lag in regular updates, people could actually get the story i’m trying to tell.  Could I follow deadlines when no one gets to see the work?  hmm…


Maybe i’ll try colour next.  who knows.  Again- thanks for reading!  There’s still a few weeks, maybe a month, left of the story.  As always, you can click the link at the top of the page to read the entire thing!



Space Chuck Web #8

Spacechuck web 8It’s hard to believe that i’ve only updated this little story only eight times, but i guess when the updates are two megs of PNG, things can progress a little quicker!

If you are actually managing to stick with this comic, you rock!  You are my favourite!  If you are feeling a little lost and would like to easily access all eight updates in order, click this link!  Or, if you prefer, click the “ALL the Space-chucks” tab at the top of the page!

ALSO, it’s DECEMBER FIRST, 2014!  Which means my NEW BOOK IS FOR SALE!  yay!  It is the BIGGEST book I ever made!  I’ve priced it at $15, which is pretty cheap i think, considering it’s MUCH bigger then the old books and has much more content at a much higher level of quality!  It has 400+ comic strips in it, the 2013-2014 week-dailies.  Shipping will bump the price around to the $20.00 range, so if you ever see me and buy it off of me personally, it’ll cost yah $20.00, but if you buy it straight through the store, fifteen!  FIFTEEN DOLLAHS!  awesome.  Click the link!