Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Dream about rare books and beetles.


HeroesCon 2017 Commissions are OPEN!

Hey! I'm going to be tabling at HeroesCon in the Indie Island section and like past years I will be doing 7x10" black & white inked single character drawings for $10 (or in your own personal sketchpad). Let's say you want two characters, then it's $15. You want every band member that's ever been in The 1910 Fruitgum Company... we'll talk. 

Drop me a line and I'll have it ready by the show. Don't like the suspense? Swing by my table and I can knock it out at the show well within an hour or less. 
Here's some examples from past HeroesCon shows;












Friday, June 2, 2017

Thursday, May 4, 2017

Nightmare entity.

I have reoccurring dreams about this specific haunted house with no visible entity that always leaves me terrified when I wake up. Awhile back the ghost that haunts this house finally made an appearance in my dream and this is what it looked like. I was peeking into the house through its kitchen window and this creature popped around the corner and spotted me. Throughout the rest of the dream it chased me around in broad daylight until something scared it off and I was left alone. 


Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Physical copy of "Eddie's Week" (or "The Copy Shop is My Loyal Publisher")

Here's a blurry camera phone photo of a printed out copy of "Eddie's Week", thanks to the good people at UPS for printing up the pdf and binding it for me. 

Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Jacob Morrow's " A Head for Business"


Forgot to mention this last week, but the sixth issue of "She Wolf" by Rich Tommaso came out last Wednesday. It's not only the second issue in a new story arc (you're reading it, right?), but it also features a five page backup comic I illustrated with Rich providing the script. Pick it up if you're out and about a comic shop.
(To be paranoid, it's a comic recommended for adults. It's pretty bloody, since it is a werewolf story and they're almost always gruesome by nature. "American Werewolf in London" is a great film, but it'll be awhile before I let my kids watch it)