The Out-Fits: Issue 14 Out NOW!
New issue of my webcomic is up on Webtoons now. Enjoy! - Sean
The Out-Fits: Season 2
I've been working on a webcomic called "The Out-Fits."
The series involves four friends on a journey to stop a wicked cult
from kidnapping animals.
It's a light hearted comic with some dark
undertones. Currently I have 13 issues uploaded on Webtoons, and
I intend the series to have a start and finish narrative.
Here's the link to my series ....
Issue 6 "The Out-Fits"
Just finished the sixth issue of "The Out-Fits." It's uploaded onto Webtoon for your reading pleasure, enjoy!
The second issue of my webcomic series "The Out-Fits" is out now on Webtoons! The link below has both issues out now!
Be sure to subscribe to my Patreon, there is also a link on the page of my series!
Enjoy! - Sean
When strange and sinister forces abduct animals, a group of four children are pulled into a journey of wonder and wackiness. Join Chris, Josh, Amanda, and Kyle, as they set out to save the world and its animals from a dangerous cult.
"The Out-Fits" - NEW WEBCOMIC
October 2021 Love Local Maker Market
Next month, I will be appearing at this vendor event in Warwick, NY. More info on the time and location are added below. I’ll have a ton of artwork and potential commissions for the future! There will be other vendors as well.
I’ve participated with Wickham Works several times, and they are a great organization with helping out and supporting local businesses.
Hope to see you there!
Saturday & Sunday
October 9 and 10
10 AM - 5 PM both days
Yes! I Have a Youtube Page!
I have a page on Youtube full of animation, tests, shorts, etc. Feel free to check it out and subscribe! Click on the link below!
Behind the Mind: Birds of All Feather Illustration Flyer
The past week, I partook in a local live music event at the Daily Bean in Vernon, NJ. I showed off my artwork there and managed to sell a decent amount, I did pretty well. The people performing music there also had a lot of fun!
Also, I illustrated the flyer for this event. The text and type were supplied by someone else. For the flyer, I used the Procreate app on my fairly new iPad I got three months ago. Instead of using my finger to draw, I bought a stylus pen and used that. Drawing with a stylus almost feels like you're drawing with pen and paper.
Starting out I would use simple solid black strokes for the outlines. After completing the outlines for my layers, I would switch the colors of my strokes and widen them to fill over. Once the solid colors are in, I would add smaller details on my birds and the branch they're sitting on. The backgrounds look more paint like than the birds, which I wanted to be able to tell apart. Just in case, I made a horizontal flyer and another of a vertical flyer. The photo shown way above is the final design.
Below are links to two time lapse videos of the illustrations being drawn in process. Watching these videos will help make sense of what I've explained in this post.
Thanks for reading this post! - Sean
Behind the Mind: Making Drawings of Towns / Cities / Landscapes
You'll get to read about how I create elaborate drawings of scapes.
This past year, I've been cranking out more realistic drawings along with my stylized drawings of animals. The amount of effort put into the details astounds me. Considering I would normally spend several hours on most other drawings, the ones I've done of towns, cities, and landscapes, I would spend days on them.
I have made drawings of cities and landscapes before, but much simpler and more stylized.
Since the drawing I've done of New York City last year, I've been inspired with making more drawings like this. Each time I've spent on them, I've noticed more patterns in my details. The more time spent, the more details.
Photography really helps me on these drawings. Most of these drawings done are based off of photos I've taken myself. I usually prefer to draw places based off of my own photos. One of my primary methods of drawing is using Adobe Illustrator. I would place the photo on the canvas, trace over many little details by drawing lines seemingly invisible. I can tell where these lines are by different patterns of color.
My process sounds like cheating, but I don't really believe that. I love working on these drawings of big places and the work spent on them, I truly appreciate that. I hope to continue making more of such drawings in the future, and my progress gets more refined.
Thanks for reading this article! - Sean