And now we see Peter adopting the same strategy that I took to approaching girls I liked when I was his age. That is, to completely avoid them at all costs. Heck, when I was REALLY young (like around second grade or so) I wasn’t even able to make eye contact with a girl if I had a crush on her. I was definitely a shy little twit.
Unfortunately, I don’t have a Youtube recording of this one being drawn. I penciled it on the Inking Room like usual, but connection difficulties caused the recording to become corrupted on Livestream’s servers, so I wasn’t able to save the stream. Such are the dangers of using Livestream, I suppose. Here’s hoping the next page goes smoothly this week.
So yes, a few pieces of news. With the new site design comes a better format for adding links to other comics, so I’m participating in a link exchange this week with a new one! Check the sidebar to read Altermeta, an awesome comic filled with dragons and general insanity. Give it a read, as it’s definitely one of my favorites.
Also, a new comic project has fallen into my lap this week. It’s not related to Peter & Company, but it will be taking up some spotlight time on the Inking Room very soon. I’m going to be setting up a new website to showcase it, which will also be linked on here once it’s ready (at which point I’ll give all the details on it as well). All I can say is that it’s a very interesting piece of sequential art history, and I’m extremely excited to see where it goes. Stay tuned!
Update Note: 3/12 - I decided to hold onto the next page of Peter & Company for just another week so that I can get it finished in full color. I’ve owed a color update for quite awhile now and this will be a good page for it. I’ll also be streaming the coloring process on the Inking Room so you all can see how I do it. To catch when that show happens, follow my Twitter.