Wednesday, July 16, 2014

An oldie, but I still like it.


The creation date on this illustration is 2007. That seems like it's probably right. Lines done in Adobe Illustrator, colors done in Photoshop.

"Weird Al" Yankovic - Word Crimes





This is the best music video ever made.

Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Tonight, mysteriously, the batteries in my son's favorite toy are going to die. #toy #parenting #thewiggles



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Friday, July 11, 2014

Interview Time with yours truly!

Check it out, an interview with one of my favorite people. (Seriously, that's total bullshit.)

QRD #67!
Read the interview here!

I had forgotten all about this one, but it's good, great questions, I hope I don't come off as too much of an idiot with the answers!

The interview mentions Milt in the future tense. Milt is going strong, and you should go here to become a Patron and keep the comic strip alive! After The Golden Bone there are plenty more stories of America's Favorite Guard Dog.

And guess what?!
The first volume of The Golden Bone Gambit is available in print! And it looks awesome!

Vol 1 of The Golden Bone Gambit in print! Look for it on Amazon! The book turned out great.



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Buy The Golden Bone Gambit, Vol 1 at Amazon!

Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Mr. Hyde sketch.



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Jekyll and Hyde

One day, I will sit down with a copy of The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde and do a series of illustrations. I've wanted to draw it since I first read it a few years ago, it's a great book. It probably wouldn't make a great comic because of the way it ends (no spoilers) but I want to do some illustrations for the book.

Maybe I should start a Patron account to do drawings from the book. Pay per drawing?

Here's a non-referenced sketch of Mr. Hyde from memory.




If I did do the Patron thing and it was successful, I could do Treasure Island next, then Kidnapped.


Tuesday, July 8, 2014

Headphones. This happens on a regular basis.


This is kind of embarrassing, and it's also true.
It's also not a very good likeness.

Flea Comics!


Flea Comics returns!

And this is, indeed, a true story. We've been teaching the 2-year old how to spell words. He can do quite a few but the kid's also a clown. If these weren't fleas, but actual renderings of humans, you would see the flea on the right laughing before he said "Poop."