You can also see all my classes here on my Skillshare Channel! See you there! 😀
Might Could Studios has relocated! I’ve moved with my fiancé, Declan, and dog, Oni, and am now happily living in Atlanta, Georgia!
Thanks for your patience while I took some time off to pack and move halfway across the country! We’re now finally settled in, and I’m getting back into my work schedule. There’s so much to do, and I’ve got so many exciting things coming up!
I’m so thrilled to be here in Atlanta, and have been falling more in love with this city every day. If you’re in the area, shoot me a message on social media or an email and we can meet up for coffee! 😀
You can also see all my classes here on my Skillshare Channel! Hope you enjoy the class!
Here’s this week’s comic! This was inspired #CephalopodWeek that was going on last week, plus I just really love cephalopods—especially cuttlefish! This comic was a lot of fun, and I think its my best one yet. Unfortunately, I’ve been spending quite a bit of time on these, and am going to have to scale the output back to once a month for now. I’m trying to get a couple new Skillshare classes out, and I’m moving this month across the country to Atlanta!
So I’ll be back with a new comic the beginning of August coming live from the East Coast!
PLUS, you can see the full process behind how these comics are made, including work-in-progress shots (like the ones above), time lapse drawing videos, and live PSD files of each comic as a patron on my Patreon page!
Thanks for following the series! 🙂
Here’s this week’s comic! This was inspired by the Copa America tournament going on in North America right now! I got to go to the Semi-Final game with Argentina vs USA, and it was awesome! We lost, but you know, Messi.
With this comic, I tried to experiment with angled panels and breaking elements out of the panels. I wonder what I should focus on next…
You can follow this comic series here on my blog, as well as on Twitter and Instagram with the hashtag, #MightCouldScience, and you can see the process behind how these comics are made, plus work-in-progress shots, time lapse drawing videos, and live PSD files of each comic as a patron on my Patreon page, and you can see detail shots of the comic in my portfolio!