Today’s guest strip comes from Bearman of Bearman Cartoons! You may recall me doing a tribute to him during his charity fundraiser. Now he’s returning it back and he really outdid himself with this one. That’s a classic Picpak gag right there! Don’t “axe” questions, just go straight to Bearman’s site for more of his excellent work. Thanks!
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Our first guest strip comes from the talented UK artist Ronnie Tucker. He threw in some of his British wit into this comic and it turned out great. I love Picpak’s floppy ears, plus the great little details on the baby are hilarious! Check out more of his (and his writer’s) comics here. Thanks again Ron!
If you don’t know, Jack Slade is the creator behind Scaredemy, one of the best-drawn comics on the web. His comic revolves around a boy named Simon who attends Scardemy, a school for monsters. He’s doing guest strips all month, and this time Picpak joins in the fun. This comic took me FOREVER to make, but it was worth it! Check out the comic below, and be sure to give Jack’s comic a try. Thanks!
Hi everyone! This is my second fan art for Dawn Griffin’s Zorphbert and Fred. The challenge was to design a cereal box with her characters. I’d eat a bowl of Freddies anyday! Check out the artwork below. Visit Zorphbert and Fred at www.zfcomics.com!
Faithful reader and friend Jon Esparza sent me something in the mail recently. It’s a custom made “sketch card”, complete with drawings on the back featuring Picpak’s family. He also sent me a handwritten note all in thanks for drawing him a guest strip. Thanks, Jon! I owe ya one!
I’ve entered the Crazyverse! Check out the fan art I made for Jon Esparza’s third anniversary of his comic Mike and Mindy. He gave me two rules to follow: they don’t talk, and no bees. After he told me that, I knew I had to play off it somehow. Here it is:
Check out more of his work (and more fan art) here!
Check out the fan art I did for Dawn Griffin’s Zorphbert and Fred! The concept was to draw her characters as famous duos. While my duo isn’t exactly “famous”, they’re a duo nonetheless. Here’s Zorphbert and Fred as Picpak and Wakky:
Check out more of Dawn’s work at her website here!
Today I’ve got a piece of fan art for you from someone named Euler from Spain. I definitely love the style in this one. Check out his blog and comics at http://www.eulerhumor.com/EN/!
Hoky smokes! Someone’s actually sent in a guest strip! You may remember Kevin from when I posted my own fan art of his on my site. Here he is now with a comic showcasing just how crazy Little Ceasar’s Crazy Bread really is. It’s true guys, this really happened. Anyway, be sure to check out his site, because if you don’t he’ll start crying and I don’t have any tissues. Enjoy!