When I was first putting the HoodieRipper blog together, it was my general intention that there would be a bunch of short stories and they would have accompanying illustrations. Cristy C. Road ended up coming on board and doing art for all of them except the first one, “Miss Amanda Jones,” which tragically missed out. When I repackaged all the short stories as a zine a few months back, I remedied that by commissioning Kelsey Short to do an illustration for it. The picture was amazing but, being a dork, I forgot to post it online. So here it is, and here’s a link to the original story.
Kelsey actually did two illustrations for me. The second one illustrates a short story only available in the print collection. That’s not for sale online yet, but it will be soon and I’ll unveil the (awesome) illustration to the internet as soon as you can get your own copy.

When I was first putting the HoodieRipper blog together, it was my general intention that there would be a bunch of short stories and they would have accompanying illustrations. Cristy C. Road ended up coming on board and doing art for all of them except the first one, “Miss Amanda Jones,” which tragically missed out. When I repackaged all the short stories as a zine a few months back, I remedied that by commissioning Kelsey Short to do an illustration for it. The picture was amazing but, being a dork, I forgot to post it online. So here it is, and here’s a link to the original story.

Kelsey actually did two illustrations for me. The second one illustrates a short story only available in the print collection. That’s not for sale online yet, but it will be soon and I’ll unveil the (awesome) illustration to the internet as soon as you can get your own copy.