Rusty and Walter are having a toast to their friendship, with a couple of glasses of zinfandel wine, that they had since they first met when going to kindergarten as small children. They're all grown up now and having lunch together at the Café de Amigos in downtown Paw Valley.
Bullard was watching television very early Easter morning in his San Francisco home when he heard a ringing on his doorbell. He opened the door to see a cute bunny holding a basket full of colorful eggs, plus a chocolate bunny and a marshmallow peep on a rail by the porch column! Winston handed the basket to Bullard and took off in a hurry. Bullard was happy to get such a nice gift, but he never expected one from an Easter Bunny!
Media: ink, markers, and color pencils on drawing paper
Walter convinces Alphonse the Rat to come over and visit him in Paw Valley. After Alphonse comes over he takes him to the home of some friendly beavers where he tells the huge rat that he will have a good time. Well, they arrive they are escorted down stairs and into the basement, which the beavers claim is their party zone. When they get downstairs Alphonse notices all kinds of restraining devices and the beavers get together and help him into some stocks! Apparently, Walter has made friends with the Tickle Beavers and he is making sure that Alphonse has a few good laughs down there!
I felt that since Alphonse Lavallee has made a couple of drawing for me that I repay him in kind! :D Actually, the drawings he made for me are more innocent in nature, but I thought he may enjoy this drawing! Anyway, this is my way of saying thanks!
(c) Alphonse the Rat by Alphonse Lavallee (c) Walter Ringtail and artwork by Roger Adkins
This is my first comic of "Bullard," who is an orange furred werewolf and co starring his close pal, Fred the Tickle Monster. They live in San Francisco and go out every night looking for a good time and, over time, I'll be setting them up for some adventures!
The one issue I have, at the present, is that coloring them may slow down the strip and I'm not sure Bullard looks good colored in color pencil when he is drawn real small to fit into some comics, these are things to think about. Anyway, I hope you enjoy the strip! :D