The 47 Bronin, Page 1

January 13, 2014

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The 47 Bronin, Page 1
Posted January 13, 2014 at 12:00 am
It begins!

So my initial idea was to do 47 sketches of different bronin, but I thought that would get a little tiresome.  Besides, stories are so much more fun than pinups.  That's where the idea for this storybook type thing came from.

All the artwork for this arc was created entirely in Photoshop.  Normally, I do everything on paper.  But I thought it'd be fun to give a new style a try.

Also, you should be blasting Adam Warrock's "So Many Ronin (Like 47)" on repeat as you read this series.
It was the Brokugawa Period, a golden age of fistbumps and sweet ass parties. The sun hung brightly in the sky like a disco ball the day that the Brogun chose Dude Brosano and Dude Bromei to host a sweet ass party for the Emperor at Brogun Castle in Edo.
It was the Brokugawa Period, a golden age of fistbumps and sweet ass parties. The sun hung brightly in the sky like a disco ball the day that the Brogun chose Dude Brosano and Dude Bromei to host a sweet ass party for the Emperor at Brogun Castle in Edo.
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Yellow Peril Blog
Posted August 6, 2020 at 03:24 pm

New video! This took so damn long to put together. I have no idea how those graphic recorders do this live. Here's an overview of the business of comics in 2020, visual notetaking style!

Posted July 22, 2020 at 10:48 am

The book is coming out August 4!!! AHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!

You can get a preview of the first chapter on the Papercutz website here. This is a little rundown of how I painted to cover.

Posted March 20, 2020 at 09:11 am

I'm so excited!!!! School for Extraterrestrial Girls Volume 1: Girl on Fire is finally finished and ready for preorder!!! And if you click on that link, you can download and read the first chapter for free! If there's a limit to exclamation points, I'ma break that shit in this post!!!

Working with Jeremy on this book has been a true delight. There have been moments when I wanted to shout at Tara and moments when I just wanted to hug her as I was drawing pages. I've also learned a whole lot about what it takes to complete a long form project like this. Papercutz has been super supportive throughout the process and we couldn't have asked for a better team. I can't wait for everyone to get their hands on this book!!! I'll be sure to throw copies at everyone I see.

So now you can see what's taken me away from YP for so goddamn long. I'm taking a short break to finish up some projects that piled up during production, but I do intend to get back to some YP goodness. I probably won't be able to sustain a regular schedule since Book 2 is on the near horizon, but I plan on updating as I can.

If you would like to see a full preview of Book 1, I've posted the full colored book over at my Patreon in all its glory! I also post a weekly podcast over there with news and commentary on the art scene so if you're looking for things to occupy your brain for a few minutes, check it out!

Alright, that's it for now! I'll yell about all sorts of updates and such as they happen!