One of the things I did with the book was to create short visual stories, which is just a fancy term for a series of very high resolution, pin-up quality art that tells a very short tale. In these samples we see the set-up to the three of those stories.
Cheerleaders 9 has been released! You can buy the comic through the DOFantasy store.
There have been eight Cheerleaders comics but only three of them feature covers with the girls wearing their uniforms: Cheerleaders 1, 7, and 8. In fact, it's probably only in Cheerleaders 8 where it's obvious. And so in the design for the cover for the ninth comic I decided that no matter what, the cover girl(s) would be dressed (or partially undressed) to reflect their extra-curricular activity.
Many of the drawings for my comics actually go through several edits before they're finalized. These are examples of those instances when I've drawn a scene or a page, but something causes a change in what otherwise was already perfectly good drawing.
I've decided to make Cheerleaders 9 a special sixty pages long issue (versus the usual 40+) and so I've been hectically working on finishing the comic for the last few weeks.
I'm getting close to finishing Cheerleaders 9. These previews answers a lot of questions like, "Will Anna be there?" or "Will Chris and her mother Lorena be there?" I know I've said yes to those questions, but I think this gives a more emphatic answer.
Congratulations to Andy Murray on his spectacular win over Novak Djokovic for the 2013 Wimbledon championship. To celebrate the win I'm posting the only drawing I've ever made of someone playing tennis.
In this Cheerleaders 9 preview we have Quinn, the school bus driver who had sold out the cheerleading team he was transporting to be sold into slavery. Nothing much to say here other than he seems to be enjoying the fruits of his treachery while his pony-tailed victim looks on in horror.