Saturday, October 22, 2016


It's been a while since I posted updates here, especially ink updates on "Prizefighters & Knickerbockers". Too many updates to cover here, but if you check out the Jon Pay Facebook, you'll see a lot of updates including ComiXology publications and new book out next Saturday at Spook Screen in Cork, Ireland.

Wednesday, May 18, 2016

A good day!!

You might say I'm a little happy and proud today.

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Wednesday, April 6, 2016

Work is progressing

Sorry it's been a while since the last update. Between too many reasons and excuses to be listed here, work IS progressing in the new Jon Pay story The Comedy is Over. Story by Doc Monster and art by myself. I am at present working totally digitally, having been given access to an iPad Pro and an Apple Pencil. It is speeding up the process and Doc's script calls for 5-9 panels a page as appose to my usual 9-12. That helps as well. Will try to post more updates soon.
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Monday, January 25, 2016

No, I did not fall of the face of a the earth...

     Things have been busy around these parts. Lot of balls up in the air but unfortunately not too much I am ready to talk about yet. I have been granted access to an iPad Pro and Apple Pencil for a bit of time and this is giving me a whole perspective on digital inking. I can't unfortunately show you the whole page I am working on (it's one of those pages that can't be seen until publication) but I just wanted to show how it's coming out and to hear your opinion. Please let me know what you think and hopefully I'll be announcing some stuffs soon.

Friday, December 11, 2015

Last tier of Page 28 penciled

     All I can say is, bring on page 29!!!

     What you think? 
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Thursday, November 19, 2015

Yep, I need help...

     Here we have a perfect example of why I should not be allowed to work on any device or with any equipment which will allow me to zoom in on a certain sequence of a page or a panel while working. The following is part of a panel which sets to establish a scene-/stage-change. And as such, I wanted show a little bit of a street scene.

     I am happy with how it turned out, so why am I complaining? Well, this is only a little part of the panel...

     ... And the thing is the panel itself is not that big on the actual page... 

     Pardon the bottom half of the page above. It is still WIP and thus most of it is kind of rough, as is the placement of the dialog. But now you see why I take forever to get pages done, wasting time on stuff nobody will see. You should not do that...

     Anyway, hope you like this little insight into my insanity and my process. If you have any advice to offer or any thoughts to share, please do so. I'd love to hear from you.

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Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Prizefighters & Knickerbockers have a few more panels

     I have boldly been bragging on FB that I am producing panels again. That being said, I am putting my stylus and iPad where my keyboard is and posting the latest tier that has finally been completed.

     It may seem out of nowhere that I am producing again (especially since my last Pf&Kb-update was back in 2010...), but thanks to the Cork Comic Creators and Turncoat Press, I have slowly getting back into comic book work for the last year and a half. Thanks to these support groups (cause that's what they've been for me) I have produced more comic book work in said 18 months, than I have in the last seven or so years. I am planing on keeping it up and will hopefully be making all kinds of announcement in the not to distant future.

     That being said, here is the tier I promised. Although, I won't post every panel, I am hoping to post more soon and on a more regular basis...

     As always, do let me know what you think.

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