Saturday, April 30, 2016

Shield and Helmet

Starring one of my faves: Hephaestus, the God of blacksmiths, craftsmen artisans, sculptors, metals, metallurgy, fire and volcanoes-- as per Wikipedia.  All I know is he creates awesome weapons!

Achilles and Hector are heroes in the Trojan War; they are Greek and Trojan respectively.

As for the guys in the last panel, you probably know who they are.  I don't consider myself an Avenger fan but I had it stuck in my mind to have Hephaestus creating some of their weapons; I even considered having him create Thor's Mjolnir (from Norse Myths; definitely not Greek!).

Sunday, April 24, 2016

Bucket Committee


Saturday, April 16, 2016

Balloon Blower

One of those comics wherein you have to look twice or thrice to see what happened there... or maybe more...

Saturday, April 9, 2016

Monster Kissing Booth

I haven't posted a Greek Mythology Comic Strip for a loooong time and I'm glad I did one!

You're the best if you could identify the monsters contained herein.  But in case you're wondering who Castor and Pollux are, they are a known set of twin brothers in Greek Mythology-- Castor is mortal  while Pollux is half-mortal... with Zeus being his father!

Sunday, April 3, 2016

Obra Maestra

This comic strip (which I did a couple of weeks back), is so timely considering that earlier today, I was in a cafe(?) called Sip and Gogh creating an "Obra Maestra" of my own.  Considering I have not picked up a brush in a long time I thought it went pretty well.  Good thing there are great coaches who help people move the painting further along!

Wouldn't hide this one in the closet.  I admit, I'm kinda proud of it!