If you’ve stumbled on this post by accident, it is a preview of what a person will get if they sign up for my Patreon page. You can view the Patreon page at this LINK.
If you came here from my Patreon page to see the preview, These four pages are the start of the Red Ryder story you will get four pages of every month in PDF form.
And these pages (and cover) are a preview of the 24 page printed comic you’ll get if you sign up for the big tier known ominously as tier THREE. (No, it’s not really a “super hero” story)
Usually when I warm up my fingers in the morning, it’s in the service of drawing something completely ridiculous. Not so today! Today, my warm up drawings honor the annual Cat Fashion Day Festival! You probably forgot all about it didn’t you?! Well, I remembered! See you all at the festival this weekend.
Summer usually means vacation, but I seem to be more busy than usual this month of July. So busy that I couldn’t finish composing the theme song I intended for today’s post. It would have been great! Trust me! I don’t even have time to write a post that is more than a few tweets long. All I can do I pull another rejected New Yorker cartoon from my hundreds of rejected cartoons and post it here in place of a meaningfully written post. Maybe my life will have meaning next week.
An old cartoon that has been rejected by many, loved by few and made my wife laugh.
Usually, on Fridays I post some sort of funny children’s book art-related sketch here, but I’m a bit busy today. Rather, here is a cartoon I drew that has been rejected by more than one possible client. Thus, If I can’t sell it, I may as well share my rejected humor with the free internet. Enjoy. Or don’t. It’s in your hands.