WHOSE SIDE ARE YOU ON!?!!?
I swear I started writing this before The Last of Us came out, honest!
I feel I don't have much to add to this beyond, y'know, what you've already read. I'm personally pretty proud of the expressions I've produced, I think that's a decent strength of mine where any technical skill may fall short.
I feel bad for them, but it'll get better, right? RIGHT!?!?!
I was trying a different method with my ballooning on this and the following pages. I don't know how I feel about it.
So, if this page is the spark, I look forward to showing you the fire it starts next week (and the powder keg that explodes later on!).
But, Roeke, it's the greater good!
THE GREATER GOOOOOOD.
Well, until next week: stay classy.
Why is it every time we go indoors the only colors I can think of are "gray" and "darker gray?"
I need to get better at this. I think my drawing is getting better, though, and more consistent. The chipped paint detail on the ladder was a pain, all future ladders will now have good paint jobs, okay?
Next week, we'll have some flash-backing!
Holy moley, it's 2015!
Nothing like a little imminent DOOM to start off the new chapter of Roeke!
The cover for this chapter was made completely by the sister thing: Amanda Brewer, how cool is that?. The robots were designed by James, and all the art beyond the cover is by me.
Looking at the schedule I've cooked up for myself for the year, I can say that if I keep up with it, it will be probably the most productive year of my whole life. Several times more busy than I was last year, at least. Wish me luck! Oh, and don't forget to subscribe to Roeke over here:
Tapastic should make things a bit more convenient for ya, so you'll never miss a new page! That being said, I just started publishing there and it'll take a little while to get current. I'll let you know when it catches up, too.
Oh, also, why don't ya leave me a comment now and then? Remind me I'm not making this in a complete vacuum, VALIDATE MY EXISTENCE.
Okay, thanks, bye!
Born in California, Justin now resides in Portland, OR. He's had a passion for comics from a very young age