Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Joel Spotting

I appear, in all my pedantic, monochromatic splendor, over at Let's Be Friends Again: The Webcomic For For Friends, The Friends of Friends, and The Friendlier of The Friendless. Nice. The more fictional appearances I make, the more real I feel.

Also, Project: Rooftop has new contest up. Just how naked can you draw Hugh Jackman?

9 comments:

Ariel S. said...

Nice! By the way, that was a great strip, you should feel quite honored to be in it! :D

Joel Priddy said...

Indeed I do, Ariel! I'm assuming that this will become a regular thing, where, oh, I dunno, I become the wacky neighbor who's always coming over to the Let's Be Friends Clubhouse to borrow sugar and dispense sage advice on life and love to the kids. Then I'll spin off into my own series where I move away and have my own wacky supporting cast, but it won't really catch on. Then I'll just show up occasionally on webcomic game shows, finally returning to LBFA for the big reunion strip where people will just marvel at old old I've gotten.

chrishaley said...

This sounds like a plan.

frooverheeman said...

hey Joel

Thought you'd enjoy this being an illustrator and a dad! :)

http://tinyartdirector.blogspot.com/

Joel Priddy said...

Thanks, Paige! That's an intense combination of hilarious, adorable, and terrifying!

Nikkita said...

Thought of you when I saw this. Are you up for the challenge?

http://socialdesigner.com/competitions/i-need-a-hero

Joel Priddy said...

Interesting, Nikkita. We'll have to see if the schedule yields up any time, and if the imagination yields up any ideas.

mikalay said...

::poke!::

Don't have quote the level of linework I'dlike out of myself yet....but it's getting better.

~Michelle DeMars
(VCU Illustration Rat)

Anonymous said...

Hey Joel. I just wanted to express my admiration for something you did a few years back--the Travels of Cadmus, which I thought was awesome, very well written & illustrated.--Sam Ketner