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Now you can enjoy the adventures of Mickey the Monkey and Sylvia the Bird in a mobile device friendly format right here at Willceau Illo News! Read it HERE! Like what you see? Let us know about it in the … Continue reading
I was stumped for an idea for a Valentine this year so I sat with a sketchbook and hoped my pencil would do my thinking for me.
This was a drawing I did back in the late 1980s in the cursed Sketchbook from Hell. I created it as a belated birthday card for a girl I was pursuing who dodged my advances. Belated birthday cards featuring a … Continue reading
A few weeks ago I decided to give the What I Like About Comics category a rest and blow the dust off of the It Came From The Sketchbook category shaking loose some of the drawings from sketchbooks I’ve got … Continue reading
A sketch I did with my favorite indigo blue pencil while sitting at the Ridgeway pool in South Philadelphia this summer. This was the first satisfying sketch I did in the dreaded Sketchbook from Hell!
Tina and I are working on finishing up Chapter 2 of Monkey & Bird. This was a sketch I did in my sketchbook looking for a comfortable and humorous sleeping position for Mickey the Monkey. It’s a fun sketch, but … Continue reading
This year my Valentine to Joe covers our various obsessions. Joe’s got this thing about shrimp, whereas I have a fixation with ugly food from vintage magazines. When I spotted an ad for Underwood Deviled Ham, I knew the theme … Continue reading
Monkey & Bird by Joe Willams & Tina Garceau continues TODAY at CO2 Comics. Click HERE to see how Mickey and Sylvia’s starlit rendezvous is going!
If you’re a regular at Willceau Illo News, you have read about the creation of the print version of our fabulous webcomic Monkey & Bird! If you would like your very own to have and to hold, you can order … Continue reading
Ink from a bottle or digital ink? The ENDLESS STRUGGLE continues, but this time the turmoil is WITHIN as I cast aside the new digital techniques and once again embrace the tools of old!