I’ve always found Jeff’s anatomy to be problematic. I’m just looking for a simple solution to drawing his legs, and then making them arms when they need to be arms. This is my latest attempt at simplifying things. You’ll notice they look a lot different here than what’s going on in the comic at the top of the page.
I attended the Northern Ohio Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators conference in Cleveland over the weekend. In the presence of so much talent I couldn’t help but feel very small.
Still, it was a great conference with awesome speakers and I learned quite a bit. I have a lot of work to do. Time to get to it.
Oh, and Ellie resumes transmitting next Monday, October 3rd.
Below is the winner of the prize for Best Animated fan film at Star Wars Celebration V.
And keeping in the Han Solo/Chewie theme, here’s a thing I did several years ago.
Paste Magazine.com has listed Ellie On Planet X as one among “14 Awesome Webcomics To Distract You From Getting Things Done!” Anytime we get to be included with the likes of Kate Beaton’s Hark! A Vagrant and Jonathan Rosenberg’s Scenes From A Multiverse is okay by me. Plus there’s another eleven comics I need to check out now. I’m especially tickled by the idea of Hipster Hitler (as wrong as that sounds). Read the article right here. Ellie’s on page two.