Suzy Spreadwell In Progress: Two Latest Inked Pages (Unlettered, Uncolored) More work done on the newest SUZY SPREADWELL story. Click images below to see larger versions at Patreon, and please consider giving whatever you want to support this and my other work you know well. (if you come here, I assume...)
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Brexit: Never have so many so regretted a decision they were tricked into by so few. Well, not in England, anyway.
Oddly done, England. As the saying goes, I guess then you've bought it. And my sympathies to my friends (and fans, I think there are one or two) in the UK who did not want Brexit, and whose money from American publishers is now fucked because of the pound dropping like a hanged man. Just a few of those whose lives will be made unnecessarily harder by this massive unforced error most Brits, it's said, now regret, and some of whom only googled "EU" the day after the election.
It all sounds too American. It's creepy, England. Stop being as stupid as us. That's not your job. (click for larger version)
LULU - Pencil Sketch Just a quick practice sketch of Lulu using Stefania as reference. With a little work it possibly might make a good cover image at some point.Click to enlarge. Don't forget to get the newest chapter in THIS SICKNESS #8 at Amazon,Comixology & Google Play! (If you'd like to buy this sketch send $30 to me via Paypal at john(dot)roberson(at)gmail.com)
Bonus: even quicker Suzy Spreadwell sketch done recently in prep for next story, which I've begun drawing. Also find her debut story in THIS SICKNESS #8. (this one can be gotten for $20. Both are postpaid.)
"Eternity in the company of Beelzebub, and all of his hellish instruments of death, will be a picnic compared to five minutes with me & this pencil." --E. Blackadder, 1789 Questionable
words & pictures from John Linton Roberson