Jordyn F Bochon

Illustrator, filmmaker, comics creator; generally a lover! I make comics like The Terrible Death of Finnegan Strappe, Cuir'ro: Choose the Adventure, Transdimensional Lere, and am a contributor to Spera volume 1.

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Oh boy! I did this for the Ghibli Jam/Week a million years ago and now it’s finally colored. 

Mononoke Hime is my favorite movie. Ahhhhhhhhh.

Memories! I have so many fantasies about living in an adorable cottage and having a huge garden. This is a panning background from a film I did a few years ago. I want to do more of this. I get so much joy out of tiny details. I never did color it, though…. which is a testament to how swamped I was with that project.
I’m busy trying to finish up a project these days (comics yes) but I’m also slowly amassing a huge list of things I’m looking forward to drawing afterwards.
Stephen Universe and Bee and Puppycat, obviously. But also, more scenic stuff!

Memories! I have so many fantasies about living in an adorable cottage and having a huge garden. This is a panning background from a film I did a few years ago. I want to do more of this. I get so much joy out of tiny details. I never did color it, though…. which is a testament to how swamped I was with that project.

I’m busy trying to finish up a project these days (comics yes) but I’m also slowly amassing a huge list of things I’m looking forward to drawing afterwards.

Stephen Universe and Bee and Puppycat, obviously. But also, more scenic stuff!

A trailer I just finished for Camerata Xara’s upcoming show “WAIL”. It is a narrative choral piece which I am very proud to be part of. If you’re in HRM you should come! I have not been doing so much motion graphic stuff recently, so it was a nice break from my drawing table.

Here’s the info:

Camerata Xara Young Women’s Choir presents:
WAIL: Songs of the Brier Island Siren
May 11th & 12th, 8:00pm
Maritime Museum of the Atlantic, Halifax

Amidst the throes of the Fundy tide wanders the mythical Atlantic Siren, part woman, part bird. Her lonely song has lured generations of sailors to wreck their ships on Brier Island’s shores. This full-length piece of choral theatre imagines the life of this sad, beautiful creature and the relationship between Siren and sailor.

www.xara.ca