A selection of favourite illustrations from anthologies and particular favourite fan art pieces.
For Inktober 2018, this project includes 31 dogs with fantasy jobs!
A published zine will first debut at Emerald City Comic Con 2019.
CORPUS: A Comic Anthology of Bodily Ailments was successfully kickstarted in 2018, raising $30,510 USD!
CORPUS: A COMIC ANTHOLOGY OF BODILY AILMENTS is an anthology about illness, both mental and physical, in any form as well as healthcare experiences. It is a full color book with over 200 pages of content from some incredibly talented folks tackling a huge variety of personal, scary, hilarious, and poignant topics regarding illness. There are 40 stories ranging from peanut allergies to losing an eye, from depression to epilepsy, from what it is to care for a sick person to tackling the stigma of a chronic illness yourself.
EVERYTHING IS GOING WRONG: Comics on Punk & Mental Illness is a 120 page full-color comic featuring work from comic creators and bands. All proceeds from EiGW will be benefitting The Trevor Project and MusiCares so that they can continue doing important work.
Current artwork at the right is not finalized with lettering.
Story written by Holly Aitchison
Inks and Colours by Haley Boros
Lettering by Micah Myers
Comic Anthologies that I’ve come to love creating but just weren’t as big of a hit with folks as we wanted.
Stories included from the:
Chubby Anthology Volume 5
Awkward Romance Anthology
Comics about body positivity, life with a new dog, and many others are featured on this page.
International comic anthology featuring 10 mini-comics about life behind the comic shop counter, from 18 female/non-binary creators!
My contribution to this successfully funded Kickstarter included two submissions where I was in charge of inking, colour flatting, and lettering both comics.
The first is with Megan Christopher and tells the story of a cute corgi crushing the patriarchy.
The second is with Amy Chase - telling the story of finding your favourite fancy.
Welcome to the #inktober 2017 Portrait Project! This year, I decided to open up as many commissions as possible to fill an entire month of people, animals, and original characters. In doing so, I’ve connected a community of collaborators, each with their own personality and design.
The #inktober 2017 Portrait Project couldn’t be what it is without the generous support of some amazing people that commissioned me throughout the month of October. Some of them are featured on this page.
Started in 2009 by Jake Parker, #inktober has become an internet wide effort to bring drawing back into our daily lives. So many amazing artists I know participate and I love seeing their process. After inktober in 2015, this year I decided to theme the month (SUCCULENTS!) and publish the results.