Hey folks, it’s me again. I draw pictures. This is my business card. Criticism is welcome. So is business. If you, your friends, or your family need artwork this holiday season I’d be happy to help.

Original art and writing © Jasey M. Crowl 2010

A little robot-on-robot eye candy action until I finish the first issue.

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Entry for 1-page comic contest Mark Millar posted on his site.

Too topical?

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3 friends and 1 idea.  In light of the upcoming Captain America movie screen testing actors, I have decided to draw the idea 2 friends and I came up with for how the movie should start.

Anyone working on the Captain America movie, if you need someone to do a re-write, hire my friends and I.  Really.

But this is page uno, in progress as I decide on color palettes.  But all my friends, let’s make this a collaborative effort, feel free to comment.

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The sketch pages of Issue #2 of “Un Altro Castello” are up!  Yes they are hard to read (I’ve got to get those ideas down quick), but if you want to know where the lives of our favorite heroes are going, then read on!

Check back often as there will be more legible sketch issues coming soon!

I’m going to be adding a “sketchbook” section to some of the stories on my site.  Also, for each comic I’m going to add the thumbnail sketches for pages I haven’t yet completed so you can get a better idea of where each story is going.  My handwriting might be pretty illegible, but isn’t that half the fun?

New comics added to the site!  Read “Gen. Pop.” , a comic strip about kids, today!

If you haven’t yet, on jaseycrowlcomics.com see the wonderful kid’s book Grace Stevens wrote and I illustrated: Charley the counting crow!

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SHHHHH!!! TOP secret!!!

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A top-secret project!

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This is a series I did for a client who wanted a unique proposal that would not only commemorate the special moments from his future fiance and his relationship, but would also immortalize the moment he popped the question.

Panel 8 - The surprise!

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This is a series I did for a client who wanted a unique proposal that would not only commemorate the special moments from his future fiance and his relationship, but would also immortalize the moment he popped the question.

Panel 7

© Jasey M. Crowl

This is a series I did for a client who wanted a unique proposal that would not only commemorate the special moments from his future fiance and his relationship, but would also immortalize the moment he popped the question.

Panel 6

© Jasey M. Crowl

This is a series I did for a client who wanted a unique proposal that would not only commemorate the special moments from his future fiance and his relationship, but would also immortalize the moment he popped the question.

Panel 5

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