The Grinch delivers — the next page of Saving Christmas

Cindy. Sandy. It’s an easy mistake to make. It’s not like Santa was actually thinking of his own daughter when he was … well, maybe he was. Continue reading “The Grinch delivers — the next page of Saving Christmas”

Putting the Christ! back in Christmas — the next page of Saving Christmas

I always see bumper stickers telling me to “Put the Christ back in Christmas.” But here’s the thing: I always do. I’m always yelling things like, “Christ! How much shit do I have to buy for these fucking relatives I don’t even like?” Continue reading “Putting the Christ! back in Christmas — the next page of Saving Christmas”

Sandy likes what she sees! The next page of Saving Christmas

So, it looks like Dr. Seuss wasn’t being quite honest when he described the Grinch. He forgot to mention his huge dick. It looks like Sandy’s already noticed it. What will happen now? You’ll have to read on to find out … Continue reading “Sandy likes what she sees! The next page of Saving Christmas”

Ever root for the Grinch? The next page of Saving Christmas

So, in our newest page of Saving Christmas, Sandy makes it to the top of the Grinch’s mountain … and she looks pretty good once she gets there. Looks like her coat isn’t quite big enough … Continue reading “Ever root for the Grinch? The next page of Saving Christmas”

A penciled page — Sandy Claus showing off her assets

It’s not easy creating a full page of comic art. There’s a process involved. Here’s an example. Down below you’ll see a pencil sketch of the next page in our Saving Christmas comic. That’s Sandy, showing off her impressive assets as she climbs to the top of the Grinch’s mountain. Continue reading “A penciled page — Sandy Claus showing off her assets”

The creative process — a look at a Saving Christmas page in progress

Dirty Nike is one helluva’ an artist. Don’t believe me? Check out his Deviant Art site (definitely NSFW). He’s doing a great job on our Saving Christmas comic. Sometimes, though, I don’t think readers understand how much work goes into creating sequential art as hot as the work Dirty Nike is turning in. Continue reading “The creative process — a look at a Saving Christmas page in progress”