Not very nice, I snow, but it is -12 degrees out right now. I DO NOT KNOW HOW TO COPE WITH THIS WITHOUT TERRIBLE PUNS.
In other news, here’s the next batch of CCS visiting artist drawings. I think they’re pretty cool:
Jesse Durona will finish a 72-page graphic novel called Capek, a sci-fi story about a robot that finds a human baby in space and makes it his mission to reunite the child with its family.
Ben Juers is hard at work on a 24-page silent comic about bower birds engaging in all kinds of Buster-Keaton-like slapstick antics.
Kevin Uehlein will be working on two projects this year: Life Skills, an autobiographical piece based on his time spent working as a life skills teacher, and Visions of the Aporkolypse, an anthology about the inevitable pig-related death of human society and tyranny.
All right, that’s it–I’m gonna go chill out, cocoon myself in a blanket, and draw morbidly obese cats until spring comes. Get my drift?