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Crackpot Comics

A world of silliness, non sequiturs, and oh yeah, there's art!
Sep 2 '14

Doodle a doofus if you’re feeling down.

Sep 2 '14
patrickrott:

My first purchased comic artwork! I saw it online and loved it so much I bought it! Art by the talented @Rachel_Ordway Check out her work at www.rachelordway.com Huzzah! #howardtheduck #mork #riprobinwilliams

It’s always nice to know a customer is satisfied!  :D

patrickrott:

My first purchased comic artwork! I saw it online and loved it so much I bought it! Art by the talented @Rachel_Ordway Check out her work at www.rachelordway.com Huzzah! #howardtheduck #mork #riprobinwilliams

It’s always nice to know a customer is satisfied!  :D

Sep 1 '14
Starting a paper trail for my next comic project.  Now that other people know it exists, I’ll feel guilty if I don’t work on it.

Starting a paper trail for my next comic project.  Now that other people know it exists, I’ll feel guilty if I don’t work on it.

Aug 31 '14

Scheming a viral media campaign.  I’m only half-joking.

#OrdwayForTick2014

Aug 30 '14
A sample Spongebob page I did a while back (at my own insistence rather than actually being invited, haha).  I was a little nervous about it because I’d never really drawn the characters before and was told there was a lot of pressure to stay on-model, but I had a surprising amount of fun with it.  The scene is from a script I was provided about Spongebob desperately campaigning for the lead in the driving school play, only to succumb to horrible stage fright when he finally gets it.
I didn’t get the job, but Spongebob Comics #36 comes out next month, and I colored the table of contents page for that issue!  Check it out!

A sample Spongebob page I did a while back (at my own insistence rather than actually being invited, haha).  I was a little nervous about it because I’d never really drawn the characters before and was told there was a lot of pressure to stay on-model, but I had a surprising amount of fun with it.  The scene is from a script I was provided about Spongebob desperately campaigning for the lead in the driving school play, only to succumb to horrible stage fright when he finally gets it.

I didn’t get the job, but Spongebob Comics #36 comes out next month, and I colored the table of contents page for that issue!  Check it out!

Aug 29 '14

A fleet of commissions for friends and friends of friends, who wanted matching superhero-themed door signs for their entire dorm suite.  Basically how it worked was that they sent me reference photos and some suggestion of costume or superpower, and I exaggerated everything beyond reason.

Commission prices, information, ways to contact me, methods of payment I accept, and sample images can all be found here!

Aug 28 '14
  • Randy: (laughs)
  • Earl: What's so funny?
  • Randy: Nothing. Just something Bill said the other day.
  • Earl: Your imaginary friend Bill?
  • Randy: Yeah. You were spending so much time with Joy 'cause her toe got sick that I reconnected with him. He's working at a gas station and he's about to get married.
  • Earl: Good for him, I hope.
  • Randy: His fiancée has kids, so there's baggage. Plus, I'm pretty sure he's drinking again.
  • Earl: You know, Randy, since Bill's imaginary, you could imagine him sober if you wanted.
  • Randy: (rolls eyes) If only it were that easy, Earl.
Aug 27 '14
A commission for Katie, of her original characters finding themselves in a messy sort of situation.  (All I got was a description of the characters and their attitudes, even I’m not sure what exactly’s been going on!)
Commission prices, information, ways to contact me, methods of payment I accept, and sample images can all be found here!

A commission for Katie, of her original characters finding themselves in a messy sort of situation.  (All I got was a description of the characters and their attitudes, even I’m not sure what exactly’s been going on!)

Commission prices, information, ways to contact me, methods of payment I accept, and sample images can all be found here!

Aug 26 '14

I’ve been meaning to do a giveaway for a long time now—first for 500 followers, then 600, then 626—but kept not getting around to it.  So I figured that 650 was a random, yet round enough number to work with, since you guys are all so great!

Rules:

  • Like or reblog as many times as you want!  You don’t even have to be following me to enter.
  • Winners will be chosen by a random number generator on September 15th.
  • First place winner will receive three minicomics of their choice, as well as an inked commission!
  • Second place winner will receive two minicomics of their choice!
  • And if this post somehow passes 650 notes by September 15th, both winners will also receive one “Robots Appreciating Nature” poster of their choice!

Preview images and summaries of all available minicomics can be found at my personal web store and my Etsy shop.

Thanks for all your support!  Good luck!

Aug 24 '14

"Well, well, bang a gong, everybody, ‘cus it’s the AAAANIME CLUB!”

Aug 24 '14

gravi-teamfalls:

BG paint for “Into the Bunker”  Top image drawn by Ian Worrel, painted by Jeffrey Thompson. Bottom three images drawn & painted by Art Director Ian Worrel

Gorgeous.

Aug 22 '14
My piece for The Line It Is Drawn’s Robin Williams tribute week, Mork hatching Howard The Duck into yet another “world he never made”.

My piece for The Line It Is Drawn’s Robin Williams tribute week, Mork hatching Howard The Duck into yet another “world he never made”.