What Vas Have Been Doing
I’ve been having a blast an a half making guest comics in the last few months, and I’d like to share some of my latest endeavors.
- Magenta the Witchgirl is a cute webcomic, and I could not resist doing this vignette of the title character’s daily chores.
- On The Prophet’s Garden, I submitted a heartbreaker.
- Killjoy features a pinup of Maire.
- You can catch one of my most treasured what-if fan art scenarios of Deacon and Jeff at Yaoi 911.
- Another fun pinup can be seen at Jaime Jupiter.
- I sent in a rather insane entry for the Hate Farm Fan Art Contest.
- What was originally meant as a donor thank you card for Charlie at Groovy Kinda, ended up being an actual guest comic.
- I made a piece of fan art for Casual Notice that also happens to be the first guest art for Nebraska City, a new comic by B. Hainley. I feel very honored for this opportunity.
- On M9 Girls, I had the honor of being the first person to submit International fan art. See the entries in my native Spanish tongue, and in English as well.
- With my guest artist appearance on Argument Comic, I make my favorite kind of fart joke; one involving a sexy lady. In a refreshing change of pace, the author actually refers to me as something other than female, which makes me deliriously happy. (Although I have been legally female from birth, biologically, I am neither male nor female. I’m just pretty and more feminine thanks to the wonders of science.)
What The Characters Have Been Doing
- Vanesa Catnose has also been keeping busy herself since retiring from doing her own webcomic. When taking time off from being a spokestoon at Catnose Comics, my girl has been moonlighting as a commando and enjoying the swank life in Barcelona with the girls at Steampunk Gorgon.
- Catnose has also a cameo on And to Be Loved. She’s the one with the hula hoop next to the Rasputin Barxotka booth.
- Camello, and Tsar have been spotted on Groovy Kinda, along with a sardine chomping Dima.