Angela B Comics
Never Fear, Angela’s Here
About Seed of Truth
I knew this would be in black and white and I wasn’t sure my straight inks were legible enough. In the end, I stuck with straight black and white for the book, but this was my test of how I would do grayscale.
Enthusiastic umbrella. That was my prompt here. This is the very first drawing I did of the two.
You guessed it. Another weird prompt. But this one turned out so dang cute that I printed it as a postcard! Digitally inked and colored.
No way was I going to try to figure out those antlers without a model. Since I was drawing traditionally, I made a little model out of Sculpey and held it at a distance and angle that matched the view I was going for. Super helpful. Photo courtesy Abe Olson
She appeared almost as much as the killer so I had to make sure this cute little copper was nailed down.
For the Kickstarter, we offered some bookplates and this was my contribution. I love that it looks debossed, but it it is just white and black on gray paper.
I found the mandala settings in Clip Studio and had to try it. I did this one of the elwetritsch and another of tea. This one was one of the coloring page challenges for the Less than Secret Kickstarter.
Again, I gave myself a prompt to get some practice on the elwetritsch. I think Fausto would enjoy a good game of Solitaire.
For the Kickstarter, I offered commissions and two people snapped them up. This is the one of mothman. With little babies. This might be one of my favorite, creepiest things I have drawn. Pen and ink, and watercolor.
The other commission was this kelpie. They are usually black, but there is also lore of a white one and I thought that made a great visual with the bloody lips. Pen and ink, and watercolor.
This is what the pages look like in Less than Secret. I have to say, I liked them in b/w, but I love them in color.
March 14, 2023