Because the written ending felt underwhelming, I chose to tag on one more older comic for a somewhat more satisfying conclusion. Spatsby and Sal are kind of set in their ways, but Blinky needed to stay malleable and free to grow more as a character, hence the lackluster original resolution. It felt more fitting to use one of the first Blinky and Sal comics that really captured the spirit of the strip and Blinky’s ideology as a proper finale, I think.
Originally seen on Patheos.
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These were character designs for a mascot that just wasn’t to be. The client wanted a dog or dinosaur and I don’t think the project ever got beyond this stage. Yeah, a lot of cartooning is just doing this stuff.
Hope you enjoyed. I’ll be posting more sketches from the old notebook files in the future. I had completely forgotten about this project. Fate had me stumble upon it while rummaging through old folders.
I was asked to scribble up some characters for our upcoming Halloween comedy show. These are what I came up with. Still not sure which images will be used.
Burrello and Stephens