Another project I’ve been working on is illustrating a story for the Brooklyn science-storytelling organization, Story Collider. If you’re familiar with all their stories, you’ll be able to pick this one out immediately. Audrey found it interesting to learn what I envision when I think of a tall, athletic, good-looking guy from the 1970′s. I think it worries her a bit. To be honest, I was going for “tall, athletic, slightly douchey from the 70′s” and I think it goddamned worked.
I just got back from a weekend upstate visiting my family. We did quite a bit, including a fossil hunt that netted me a raccoon skull and getting the “Walked the Entirety of Watkins Glen Gorge without Dying” achievement. Suffice to say, I’ve got a list of comics and articles for you coming up. I tried to work on them on the train ride back to NYC, but this appropriately meta doodle shows what actually happened.
I know it’s been a little light from my end as of late, but I enjoy being able to make a more fleshed-out, color comic with a well-researched article—even if I have to pad the time with some previews and quick “stay tuned” articles. So keep your eye out for some comics about North American fossil deposits, rubber ducks, and a new installment I’m working on.