I draw these on my phone while I ride the subway to and from work.
Comics and Webcomics
Currently on indefinite hiatus, Lost in Space is an attempt to run a CYOA webcomic with democratic user choice.
Each comic is written in second person and readers are invited to suggest what should happen next (or vote on an existing suggestion). The top choice is used as input to create the next comic.
I started drawing Penny and Arthur on a bus, my senior year of high school. Influenced by Watterson, I tried to keep the characters interesting and the action fantastic. Ultimately, starting college caught up with me and I was unable to continue the comic.
This is the third iteration of Fish Food, my earliest webcomic. This one only made it 6 comics before I started Penny and Arthur.
To Save a Life was my experiment in long-form graphic novels. Drawn while a Junior in high school, I posted (mostly) daily updates to this comic. You can really see my art get better and more dynamic through the year and a half that it took me to complete this.
The Infinite Canvas style was invented by comics genius Scott McCloud, and is uniquely suited to digital display.
The title translates to "Two People". I can't promise the comics make sense in either language. I think you really need to be a beginning Chinese student to find them funny.
The second iteration of Fish Food, my first webcomic. This one ran for almost two years! The comics starting with 9xxx are ones that didn't run or were just filler. I think Scott Reu joined me for the writing for a while.
For more information about the 24-hour comic, see inventor Scott McCloud's website.
Four sprite comics using Halo sprites. I guess?
This was back when sprite comics were all the rage, inspired by Bob and George.
Only nine comics, and the second one is me apologizing for not keeping to my schedule. Prescient much? But it was a start!