Saturday, November 2, 2019

Poison Ivy Gulch In February 2020!

Ladies and gentlemen and whatever else out there - my Old West webcomic, Poison Ivy Gulch, will officially launch on Wednesday February 5, 2020 around the start of the fantabulous decade known as the 2020s.

While we don't have jetpacks or colonies in outer space like all those books from the 1950s and 1960s say, we will have weekly laughs.  Updates will be done every Wednesday, in the form of gag panels.  On the first of each month, an editorial page/blog post will be up called "the Writer's Shack" where I'll talk about various things, usually pertaining to this comic strip and to the Old West.  I may even read any fan mail sent in, be it email or old fashioned snail mail delivered to me by the Pony Express.

It will be hosted on its own domain so I'll have an announcement up once the page is ready.

That's all for now.  Stay tuned as from now until our official launch day, I'll have more goodies to share!

Saturday, October 26, 2019

BIG ANNOUNCEMENT!!

NOW HEAR THIS!  NOW HEAR THIS!!!

There is a slight change of plans.  While Poison Ivy Gulch is on target to launch in January 2020, it will NOT be on this site.

The current plan is to put it on its own self-hosted website!  By the end of this year (2019), this blog will be erased.  Stay tuned here and to my social media for news!

Thursday, October 10, 2019

Wednesday, October 9, 2019

Sketch of the day: Townsman

Besides research photos, I also watched a number of Westerns to get ideas for costumes and what the townspeople of Poison Ivy Gulch should look like.



Tuesday, October 8, 2019

Sketch of the day: Saloon Girls

As extras and background characters, I'll have good looking saloon girls.



Saturday, October 5, 2019

Sketch of the day: Building studies

Over the next few weeks, I'll be sharing concept sketches for my creation, Poison Ivy Gulch.  A lot of work went into the development so I'll be giving you an inside look.

Anyway, here's one of the town.  I work in a simple style influenced by newspaper comic strips.