What a great year!
We moved into a glorious little house, were able to go on several fun trips this year, got engaged, Michael started a new job, I published 2 books, created Crunchy Bunny Comics and we all survived the holidays (and paid the bills)!
Thank you to everyone who has stuck around with Crunchy Bunny through 2018, I am so excited for the possibilities and plans of 2019!
Hope you all have a great New Years Eve, we’ll see you next year!
Jess & the Crunchy Bunnies
Christmas Eve is tomorrow, so this weekend I’m being nice to myself and taking a little drawing break. Christmas is exhausting.
I hope you all have a wonderful holiday with your loved ones, we’ll see you guys next Sunday!
Jess, & the Crunchy Bunnies
You’ll have a hard time making friends if you pour your milk first…
Hope you’re having a great weekend!
And just like that, it’s over.
Hope you enjoyed your Halloween! We didn’t get one single trick-or-treater, so I’m a little bummed… but I guess that means extra candy for us!
I can never figure out a costume ahead of time for Halloween. There’s even more “pressure” when you’re a couple, so more than likely I’ll stress about it all the way up to Halloween, then do nothing. What are your costume plans this year? I’d love to hear about it!
- Every year I get excited for October, for the fall season and Halloween. “I’m going to decorate, make pumpkin bread, build a monster for my brother’s Halloween party, make costumes for Michael and I, host my mom’s birthday…) Then inevitably every year I get stressed out and don’t do any of that (except my mom’s bday).I’ve never been prepared with an outfit for Halloween, which means I always end up throwing together a panic costume (How many stuffed animals can I pack into my T-shirt? Do I have any fake mustaches? What about fake teeth?). My costume always ends up leaving people confused and/or uncomfortable, which is the general state in which I like to leave people.
Last year I dressed up as a crazy old man with a blond frizzy wig, and ran around telling everyone my name was “Old Jeff” in a raspy voice. “I’m OLD JEFF gimmie a kish!” No one had any idea who I was, so that was loads of fun!
This comic short story only took me about an hour to sketch a first draft, then 45 HOURS to complete. So that’s mostly what I’ve been doing for the past two weeks. Whew!I hope you enjoy! Don’t forget to stock up on candy before the trick o’ treaters come knocking!
(this comic is a side scroller so hit the little arrow on the right to see the next panel)