H. McGill

Sequential Art
H. McGill

Graphic Novel Pitches

These are my current graphic novel pitches. Chronosaurus Rex and Terminal are looking for agent representation and a home with a publisher. Warlock’d is my personal webcomic project for honing my craft.

Digital artwork mockup of a potential cover for a middlegrade graphic novel pitch called 'Chronosaurus Rex. The cover depicts the title behind a skeleton of T. rex stomping over the earth. The T. rex is accompanied by a dunkleosteus, macrauchenia, brachiosaurus, a pterosaur, sharovipteryx, archaeopteryx, dimetrodon, a small chrononaut in a spacesuit, a diplocaulus, and a horseshoe crab.

Chronosaurus Rex

MG Graphic Novel Pitch
Natural History & Evolution
Features Interactive Pages & Guides

Digital artwork of a proposed graphic novel cover. It's blinding magenta with glitched-out blue, green, and orange striping. Glitchy letters spell out 'TERMINAL' on top. A white marble sphinx perches on a glitchy altar. A green pixel star bears 'H. McGill' in courier new.

Terminal

MG Graphic Novel Pitch
Girls in STEM
Contemporary Fiction

A red book cover with gold embellishments. The tile is 'Warlock'd: To Hell, with Love' and it depicts a mischievous barn swallow with a moth in her mouth. Behind her, medieval Paris burns.

Warlock'd: To Hell, with Love

YA Webcomic
12th Century Monster-of-the-Week
Historical fantasy/horror

Sequential Art

These are samples of the work I can do with comic layouts, lettering, interior art, lineart, flatting, and coloring. I’m up for working on any middle grade or young adult graphic novel project, especially weird ones. I love historical themes, monsters, demons, dinosaurs, and imaginative infographics.

Comics with H. Publishing Blog

My short comics, drawing experiments, one-shot illustrations, tutorials, reviews of comics classes, shout-outs to talented people in my social circle, thoughts on creativity/publishing, and free coloring pages.

You Don’t Meet in a Tavern Promo

You Don’t Meet in a Tavern Promo

Where to Stick This Knife?One fine morning a little over a year ago, I set up a silly poll on Twitter. I asked everyone, since we were all thieves in a treasure room, which item to steal. About thirty-seven thieves weighed in and decided upon, among other things,...

A Fossil Returns to Life

A Fossil Returns to Life

What Do We Do with Old Art that People Really Liked?I've been doing conventions for awhile now and find them very personally fulfilling. I have so much fun setting up my display, rehearsing my sales strategies, and figuring out which things sell and why. Of course, my...

Amphiox, Continued

Amphiox, Continued

Defining Steps in a Personal Production PipelineMy Amphiox short comic is an exercise in art production. Up until I attempted it, I'd never really done much longform comic storytelling. Most of my practice was in one- or two-page micro-stories. I chose 48 pages as a...

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