Tuesday, June 14, 2011


Y'see, because I'm here to TELL you about this week's SHOW. Get it? Hey, if this were kindergarten, I'd look pretty damn clever right now. Ahem. Anyway, my Live Sketch Show goes live again tomorrow night at 8 pm eastern time, and I hope to see as many of you guys there as can manage. I appreciate any viewers I can get, and like they say, the more the merrier (no clue who "they" are, or why they're using an antiquated word like "merrier", but what the hell--they've got a good point). This week's theme is comic strip characters, so brush up on your comic strip knowledge and catch me as always at this link. And as ever, I encourage you to contact me during the show via Ustream's chat window! You need to log in to Ustream to use the window, but registering is easy. It only takes a username and an email address. Once you've entered that info, you can chat with me and suggest characters to be drawn. Just like always, I'll have loads of useless trivia and my own brand of quirky humor to inject (or infect) into each sketch I create! Hope to see you there!

In other news...

I'm appearing at my first "Hoosier" con (which would be a far cooler name for it) this weekend at the Summit City Comic Con in Fort Wayne, Indiana. It sounds like a very cool, artist-centric show, and lots of my pals from the cartooning game are gonna rock the con floor with me, such as Tony Miello, Denver Brubaker, Brett Pinson, Jay Jacot, Katie Cook, Kyle Latino, and a whole slew of other talented folks! If you're from Indiana or can make the trip, come on out and see me! I'll have books to sell, prints to push, and will be taking as many commissions as I can fit it the day! Click on this link for more info, and I hope to see you there!

On June 21st, I'm conducting a workshop on how to create comics. It will be held at the River Rapids District Library in Chesaning, Michigan from 1-3 pm. Any teen from the area who'd like to attend should follow this link and see about registering soon!


I don't think I spend enough time here telling and showing folks what I've most recently drawn. It's time to remedy that...
This was a recent commission for me to design some desktop wallpaper for a fan of Batman comics.
I just completed work on some sketch cards for Rittenhouse's "Marvel: Dangerous Divas" set, and this was a commission based off that work. Featured here are Marvel characters Ms. Marvel, Phoenix and Squirrel Girl (a character so weird, you'd think I made her up myself).
For you Dead Duck fans (and if you're reading this blog, you'd BETTER be Dead Duck fans), this was a commission where I was asked to have Dead Duck picking up the soul of Grigori Rasputin. I still think Gonads is one of the funniest words ever spoken.
This is artwork I was commissioned to create for a woman's blog about traveling tips.
Part of a stack of commissions (some of which I'm currently working on) for a client who wanted my rendition of Leatherface from the horror movie "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre".
And lastly, a piece I originally created for a Muppet-themed t-shirt contest. I've since decided against entering, but I still like this cartoon, and will probably makes prints of it at some point.

That's it for this week, kids. Find me online tomorrow night, and in Indiana this Saturday!



Doctorslime said...

Love the Dr. Honeydew &
Beaker picture, It's a winner.


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