Hey guys! Today's post is of some of the con sketches Yuko did this past weekend. Yuko tries to draw something nice for everyone who buys or brings us a hardcover Benign Kingdom book.
We're pretty wiped and are slowly getting back into the swing of things. No process post this week, but those will be back next week. And hopefully we'll have something cool to show you guys on Thursday! See you then!
This is sort of a process post, sort of a way to show you guys some work we did a little while back.
SPX is this weekend! We'll have books and prints, come by and say hello! We're at table F14, near a bunch of other cool cats at the lefthand side front of the hall:
See you there!
We're going to be at SPX this weekend! Yuko did up this neato gif to show you where we're at:
We're right up front at F-14, through the doors on the left-hand side of the room! Come say hey! We'll have books, prints & more!
That's all for us! See you at SPX!
It's not that Rook is vegetarian, or a carnivore, or anything like that. It's just that he's always hungry and loves to eat. I think it would be easier to list what he doesn't like to eat. Here we go:
That should cover it.
More left-handed comics, till Tuesday at least! That's doctor day.
See you next week!
Don't freak out ... this comic is in COLOR!! We make exceptions for color if they add something to the strip. Yuko has a weird summer tanning process wherein her hair color is constantly coming closer and closer to her skin tone. SOON.
We're at Connecticon this weekend! We'll have V1 & V2, the Benign Kingdom art book, prints and patches!
(figures are at a 1:1 scale)
Oh nooo! Hang in there Yuko! I'm ordering you robot hands from Amazon.com and I've got prime so they'll be here in 2 days. Kidding aside, carpal sucks and Yuko is getting plenty of rest and doing all the doctor-prescribed hand exercises. This strip reminds me of another one that I really like.
Connecticon is this weekend! We're going! It's Friday through Sunday in Hartford, CT. We'll have books and prints and maybe some other stuff? See you there!
Dejima is really interesting! The idea of a buffer city for foreigners seems like an idea you would find in fiction, but it is very real. It also didn't work! Clearly. Today Dejima has been swallowed up by Nagasaki, and Nagasaki itself has very European architecture in certain places. Here's pictures from Yuko's trip: