Happy New Year, Sketch Comedy fans! I have not forgotten you, even as I work on assembling my portfolio. See, I have drawn Susan, ringing in the new year with her New Year’s Shovel.
Hey, guys. Thanks for being patient with me as I assemble my portfolio! To reward your patience, I would like to share with you the cover image that I made for it. I’m pleased with this piece!
What is it that Paul from the Devastator Babies is looking at? Is it a miniature Action Robot?
Hi, everyone. From the 12th to the 19th, I’ll be taking my annual family vacation, and I’m looking for a few guest strips to run during that week. If you’d like to submit a guest strip, you can email it to jacksonpferrell *at* gmail *dot* com. Please keep your strip 900 pixels or less in width; guest strips should be appropriate for ages 10 and up. Please send in your strips by Thursday, October 10th, to give me time to schedule the posts before leaving. Thanks much!
The Brief Yet Awesome Adventures of Joe Harris, Expert Colorist, Plus a Bunch of Stuff You Probably Haven’t Seen Yetby Jackson on September 11, 2013 at 1:02 pm
By now, you’ve probably noticed the banners floating around for our new eBook, The Brief Yet Awesome Adventures of Joe Harris, Expert Colorist, and wondered, “What’s up with that?” Allow us to fill you in:
When Sketch Comedy first launched in October 2010, the Sketch Comedy Subscriber’s Edition launched alongside it. For $3 a month, subscribers got early access to strips, bonus comics and behind-the-scenes extras, and through December 2010, color versions of regular strips, courtesy of expert colorist Joe Harris. Brief Yet Awesome Adventures collects Joe’s 29 full-color strips (including an exclusive oversized comic in classic Pungirls! style), and adds extra artwork, creator commentary, and additional content from the Subscriber’s Edition.
You can see more of Joe’s work at his portfolio site, Byombu.com.
Here’s a commission I drew for a co-worker, who requested a drawing of himself as an Irish mobster with a blackthorn cane. If you’d like to commission some art from me, shoot me an email (jackson atsign thesketchy dot com) and let me know what you have in mind.