SAM & FUZZY, by Sam Logan (updates M/W/F)

Double Jeopardy, Pt. 17

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Jun 5, 2013

Single cam

OK... I might have gotten a little carried away with today's comic.

Mailed off a bunch of original art from the Sam and Fuzzy Etsy shop today! There's still a few pieces left in there, if you're interested. I'll try to be better about making more originals available in there in the future.

All right! Back to work on the not-very-secret secret Kickstarter project. I want to be able to launch this thing soon!

-Sam Logan


Jun 3, 2013

Retro Gaming Expo

Vancouver friends! I will be exhibiting at this weekend's Retro Gaming Expo. Come on by if you want play some classic games, snag some Sam and Fuzzy swag or get a drawing of your favourite dumb video game character. (Or if you just want to meet Charles "Mario" Martinet!)

-Sam Logan


May 31, 2013

Original Art Town

If you're interested, I've put up a few new original marker drawings in my Etsy store. There are a couple of character pin-ups, as well as a few Skull Panda strips. Just click the image below to see 'em all! (There are a few others that aren't in the preview image.)



Sam and Fuzzy Q & A: Bubble Edition
Got a question you want answered? Just drop me an email with "Q & A" in the subject line!

"Earlier in the chapter the trainee ninjas were making a big deal about the mystery behind the emperor's mask and how no one really knew what he looked like. But if a whole town knows his face and recognizes him it's not really that big of a secret! Where's all the mystique!" -Ben

It's actually just the MaƮtre d. He knows what Sam looks like because he's a regular at this restaurant.

I don't think Sam is making an especially concerted effort to hide his true appearance... I think that's just a natural byproduct of him living as this kind of aloof, mysterious, mostly inaccessible power figure. Most of the cadets and townspeople don't get a chance to interact with him one on one, and when he's making public appearances he tends to wear the mask as a sort of identifying uniform. So there is a mystique there... I just think it's a naturally-occurring one!

"What is the small bubble that can be see in your characters' eyes in close up shots? Is it a stylized iris? It is a detail I have always wondered about, along with the rest of your art style. It is a wonderful style by the way, I don't think I've seen anything like it elsewhere." -Jake

That's just a weird stylistic quirk! I'm not sure exactly where it came from... I think it started as a normal shiny/reflective mark and gradually morphed into an inexplicably-shaped one. I don't actually use it in my other art outside of Sam and Fuzzy anymore, but for consistency's sake it still lives on here.

That's a wrap for this week! See you on Monday, team.

-Sam Logan