As an artist, there’s a lot of ways to go about the creative process.

Some people find their favourite in school or online reading about what their favourite artist does or it just comes about naturally.

Very few see themselves from an outside perspective from what I’ve read.

Today, I ask myself, “what would I draw if I was an artist?”

Asking myself as a fan of cartoons and comics, not as a creator of them, I find puts me in a happier, more positive place.
It allows my imagination to roam a little deeper into the unknown, everything feels playful instead of stressful.

The answer to today’s inquiry..

..The Kingpin from Spider-Man.


It’s been almost a year since my last post.

It was interesting re-reading it after so long.

I didn’t make it to the Cornell Picnic last year, but I definitely will this year.

My plans to make a bigger impact locally with a series of all-ages products are much more definite, and in the works.

My return to old school style 11″ by 17″ comic art boards was pretty successful, as was my return to brush, which I hope to show off in the next few months.

I obviously didn’t get much back into blogging, I spend more time journalling instead of boring you guys with a bunch of plans that may or may not happen.

…and yes, I turned 24, and now 25 is looming. I guess I’m where I wanted to be by now, I’m not so worried about the future. When I did the image you see in this blog, I was, I felt like I had a lot of limitations and wasn’t sure if I was going to be able to surpass them.

…I’m less worried about how everything looks lately, obviously it’s always my main concern but it’s been pretty consistent lately and I shrugged off that irritation I used to get from redrawing the same panel 6 times trying to get it right…I could redraw the same character 18 times (that’s THREE times as much) and smile through the whole experience, it’s fun for me, work never feels like work.

Well…I guess I’ll stop myself there, I have a bunch of old uploads I never got through and a ton of work to get back to, so if anyone is still out there…I hope I actually see you soon this time around.


I did this last month, it started out to just test 5 by 7 (inches, sorry Canadian heritage!) and I ended up liking the finished product so much that I threw on some colour (that you can see next post!) and ofcourse I think it has legs in grey…I hope you all do too.

There are some other developments going on in the world of Loonie Bin Comics too, I’ll most likely be at the local Cornell Picnic (fingers crossed!) next weekend, I really hope over the next couple years to make an impression and have a stronger comic community here in Markham, of all ages.

It’ll be my return to full-sized old school work (that’s 11 by 17…inches again…still sorry) with brush and maybe even some marker later on, trying to work on my portfolio.

I’m also (obviously) really trying to get back into blogging, with more than a sentence or two at a time, I hope you’ll all join me in my journey, I’ll be 24 soon and…I don’t know, I just want to have it more I’m trying here, folks.

I did this quickly a few months back for some wonderful folks who will be doing variant covers for upcoming RZH releases.

RussianZombieHat © Dyl Klöepfer 2014
LoonieBinComics © Dyl Klöepfer 14′

(click on the photo to check out my last RZH update!)

My Mom's Logo

I did this early this year for my mom’s Facebook page ‘Cati2des’.
It was a little out of my comfort zone and it ending up well was a very pleasant surprise.
I’ve been thinking about making myself available for these types of things since I have PayPal now, so if you’re interested comment/e-mail me.

Copyright 2014 Dyl Klöepfer

Please go check out & LIKE the page by clicking on the photo!

LoonieBinComics on Facebook!

Hey everyone, it’s been a couple weeks since my last update but I’ve been keeping busy.

I’ve officially began work on the third issue of Russian Zombie Hat and the response from those close to me has been very positive. It should hopefully be the best looking book I’ve ever been a part of.

I’ve also updated the Facebook so there are now posts scheduled for every Monday until September (and beyond when I’ve more to post).

Go check it out by clicking on this week’s photo!

RussianZombieHat © Dyl Klöepfer 2014
LoonieBinComics © Dyl Klöepfer 14′

Next up I have a very special new mini-print to work on featuring 4 (that’s right, 4!) never before seen RZH characters that I did back on Friday the 13th’s Full Moon (the only one we’ll have for over 40 years!), hope you enjoyed it while it was here!

I also have some web updates and will be heavily promoting (starting now) that you can pick up all things Loonie Bin Comics exclusively at The Secret Lotus in Markham between my convention appearances!

Come get some stuff!


One of my favourite things in the world is my wrestling game, so I did this commemorate this year’s installment.

LoonieBinComics © Dyl Klöepfer 14′

(click on the photo to go to my last wresting-related piece of artwork on here, 2 years ago almost to the day!)

Thalia's Birthday Card.

I did this for a friend’s birthday a few months back, it ended up saying my name on it as well and having a long message in the empty space to the right.
It was a lot of fun even if those mushrooms went through a few design changes, they didn’t end up being very Super Mario in the end.

I was thinking of making myself available to do these types of cards (they’re 6 inches tall & 8 inches wide) as commissions since I have a PayPal now.

© Dyl Klöepfer 14′

(click on the photo to see the last 6 by 8 card I made)

New 'Loonie Bin Comics' Logo, RZH Style!

I have had this planned for a few months and finally got around to colouring and compiling it the way I want.
It’s not a replacement logo in the least for the crazed bird&nut you’ve (hopefully) come to know&love, but instead this might be used on properties other than Russian Zombie Hat (which I’ve talked about before on here).

I also might use it on my new business card, I need to make new ones since I ran out at the last show. (which went awesome, another big thanks to Stadium Comics for inviting me to their Free Comic Book Day 2014)

Copyright 2014 Dyl Klöepfer

(click on the photo to be directed to the Official @LoonieBinComics Twitter Page)

…on a side note: I know Ditzy’s hand covers up a bit of my name, but it’s cool, you can call me D.L Klöepfer if you want.

Suburban Nitemare: 'A Monthly Markham Tales Adventure!'

My weekly comic strip featuring the semi-fictional adventures of me and my local pals, Markham Tales Mondays, has been on hiatus since last year…but it’s coming back!
But not just coming back, it’s jumping from 1 panel to a full comic page, updated once a month.

My plan is to do a monthly adventure and then collect it annually in a single 12 page story plus bonus content.

Suburban Nitemare/Markham Tales © Dyl Klöepfer 2014

(click on the photo to go to my official website, which was just updated this week!)

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