I'm doing thumbnails for a possible new web comic. At this stage with the comic book, I try to limit production to finishing two pages a day. This is the finished product as far as artwork is concerned, and I want what goes out to be good, so I don't rush or set real ambitious daily production goals. That gives me a little free time to, maybe, do a web comic.
It's called, Richy Vegas, Songwriter. A lot of the story ideas are based on a comic that I wanted to do for Facebook friend Mike Bocchetti. I've never met Mike in real life. I ran one idea by him as a possible TV series idea, but he said that he didn't have the clout to see something like that through. Oh well, I gave Mike first look, so now I've just adapted some of the story ideas for a Richy Vegas alter ego.
I've decided that this new comic is going to have to grow "organically." By that I mean that it will have to take a life of it's own, and not have something like a launch date or a set amount of art produced. I'm just going to play it by ear. The idea for a new web comic came from Facebook friend Bill Kartalopoulos. He edits the Best American Comics anthologies for Houghton-Mifflin. I saw him interview one of his artist, who did a web comic to bring more attention to her site.