Pastillin’s Palms

Square-shaped Impicite embedded into the palms of Lacie’s younger brother, Lime. By clapping his palms together, Lime can summon two subordinates, handily named Righty Tighty and Lefty Lucy. While mostly summoned as powerful beasts to do battle with Lacie and her friends, Tighty and Lucy’s crystallized forms are completely dependent on the whims of their master.

Much to their utter embarrassment, Lime often summons them as furniture to rest his battered bum on.


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The Fingertips of Ferndale

Every imp is born embedded with Impicite crystals somewhere on their body in order to enhance their black magic capabilities. Lacie’s legendary, ruby-coloured fingertips allow her to dispense a never-ending stream of highly flammable laces which can be set ablaze just by snapping her fingers.

She’s also the only imp with a star-shaped shard of Impicite on her chest, which (according to her) is the reason she is lacking in the boob department. Okay, sure.


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Lime Liquorice (Concept #1)

Despite his well-groomed perm, freshly-pressed suit and charming smile, Lacie’s younger brother Lime is nothing more than a loud-mouthed know-it-all who will stop at nothing to capture his sister, retrieve the family’s riches, and finally get into Mummy’s good books.

Lime’s special Impicite allows him to summon two similarly annoying subordinates, Righty Tighty and Lefty Lucy, who only seem to enhance his ability to fail time and time again. It’s honestly a mystery why Lady Liquorice keeps putting this thick-headed threesome in charge of anything, let alone the capture of the underworld’s number one rebel.


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Lacie Liquorice: Lost Horizons

In 2016 I updated my offline portfolio with some new content, including some unused designs of Lacie and friends plus a handful of comics. You can read all 5 of them here along with some bonus artwork at the end. Comics are read left to right, top to bottom.

※  The characters, situations and stories in Lacie Liquorice: Lost Horizons do not reflect the current state of Lacie Liquorice & Friends. Please regard and enjoy this work as a “what-if” scenario!

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Lacie Liquorice: The Early Years

Lacie Liquorice began in 2009 as a nameless, slice-of-life Yonkoma about four characters I created in high school. You can read all 10 pages here, along with 4 unreleased pages and some bonus artwork at the end. Comics are read left to right, top to bottom and may contain strong language!

※ The characters, situations and stories in Lacie Liquorice: The Early Years do not reflect the current state of Lacie Liquorice & Friends. Please regard and enjoy this work as a “what-if” scenario!

READ MORE!Lacie Liquorice: The Early Years