Anubis used to be a god, so he feels far superior to the other dogs in his neighborhood. Check out Anubis: Dog of Death for more 🙂 You can also check out our Patreon and Line Webtoon page, and follow SindrElf and jbballaran on Twitter to keep up with the comic.
Anubis is being such a good god in this comic strip! Check out Anubis: Dog of Death for more 🙂 You can also check out our Patreon and Line Webtoon page, and follow SindrElf and jbballaran on Twitter to keep up with the comic.
Here’s the most recent page of Anubis: Dog of Death. We are going to get back to a more regular posting schedule going forward. Thanks for bearing with us. Check out our Patreon and Line Webtoon page. And follow SindrElf and jbballaran on Twitter to keep up with what we are making.
Incandescent Priest John Barry Ballaran is a 2D digital artist based in the Philippines, specializing in drawing and painting character art. Dark Souls, 'Prepare To Die' He has worked as an in-house artist for several studios in the past, with jobs ranging from creating background art for games; animating sprites; designing logos; arranging wedding album... Continue Reading →
I edited together two pieces of John Barry Ballaran's work-in-progress artwork for Anubis: Dog of Death, just on a lark to be honest. We are getting really close to releasing new pages soon, so stay tuned!
I recently started sharing Anubis: Dog of Death on Line Webtoon, an internet comic portal. We got a lot of praise, but there was one thing they wanted us to change about the comic. They wanted us to make it vertical. The idea would be that we could space the comic out by separating and... Continue Reading →
I and Anubis, the dog of death, would like to wish you all a happy new year! We hope that 2019 will bring you nothing but joy and wonder!
I am happy to announce this spin-off series to Anubis: Dog of Death! As opposed to the main comic's detailed and colorful artwork, Anubis Doodles has a simpler black-and-white chibi style, so that we can release these in-between the main comic's pages, since Doodles are quicker to draw. John Barry Ballaran is also the artist... Continue Reading →