I meant to bring this up a few weeks ago, but the last 2 pages of the Swimmin’ Mole pitch successfully reached the great Leighton Conner (of Hex Games fame). He typed up an award-winning proposal (well, I’d give it an award anyhow) and submitted it to Top Shelf. I really hope they take the time to read it and enjoy it enough to want to publish it.
Here’s those last two pages, preceded by all of the current Swimmin’ Mole pages in existence. Enjoy!
The Swimmin’ Mole, Page 1
The Swimmin’ Mole, Page 2
The Swimmin’ Mole, Page 3
The Swimmin’ Mole, Page 4
The Swimmin’ Mole, Page 5
The Swimmin’ Mole, Page 6
The Swimmin’ Mole, Page 7
The Swimmin’ Mole, Page 8
The Swimmin’ Mole, Page 9
The Swimmin’ Mole, Page 10
The Swimmin’ Mole, Page 11
The Swimmin’ Mole, Page 12
As a quick update, I’m still hard at work on the Fizzlebit reboot. I discovered when going through the prologue and first 11 pages of chapter one that my files were the wrong ratio, so I’ve been re-inking those and am about 75% done with that. Phase One of…um, however many more, I forget.
Back in August,
I had a design for a squishable Donkey up in Project Open Squish
, a voting contest held by Squishable
, a company that sells all sizes of round, squishy stuffs. While my donkey didn’t win, I submitted another design, as giving up lame-sauce and perseverance is awesome-sauce!
My second design was accepted and is now up for voting. It’s the ever classy Honey Badger!
LOOKIT HIS PUDGY FACE
To vote, just follow this handy link:
There’s 10 days left to vote. Here’s some handy instructions!
- Click the big green “Ready to Vote? Sign In” button next to the design
- If you don’t have one, create a Squishable login OR using the Login with Facebook function (which is a thing a lot of these young peoples have)
- After you’re logged in, give him a score!
If he gets enough votes, he’ll get made and then you can smoosh his face in real life.