Tuesday, December 21, 2010

ok. ok. ok.

There's this girl online who makes sweet drawings. I found this one today and I loved it.

check out more of her stuff at binsybaby.livejournal.com

Other than that, here I am reading Tintin and livin life like it's GOLDEN

Thursday, December 16, 2010

sketches for winter

Lo siento, I'm no good at keeping this updated.

Here are some sketches:

P.S- Genghis Con went well! Thanks to everyone that could make it out. And to those who couldn't, there's always next year. (and a possibility that I may help John Greiner set it up! exciting.)

I'm about to head home for winter break. I've got some plans, most of them involve alcohol, but some of them involve drawing and developing the lithograph Golem silent graphic novel I've been thinking about. We'll see how that goes!

Until next time-

Sunday, October 31, 2010

dream comic

Here's a full page of a comic I started earlier this year, and I'm just going back into it, cleaning things up, trying to understand photoshop....booooo.

Trying to have this ready for Genghis Con. I'll be making the books myself, so hopefully people will be nice and buy some! They will be reasonably priced! Tell your friends!!

But really though, I'm excited for the show. It was great last year, so I encourage anyone to come and see some sweet comics. Genghis Con will be at the Beachland Ballroom on Saturday, November 27th, from 12 to 6.

and until next time,

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Saturday, September 11, 2010

birthday comics

oh boy!

Here's a new comic.

And here's some cover ideas for my next zine/collection

Which do you like best? I'm leaning toward the purple and green one. Though, who doesn't love images of girls throwing up on their tits? right.

Saturday, September 4, 2010

Big News

So! My friend Kevin Czapiewski has put together a zine entitled PUPPYTEETH which includes several different artists from Ohio and beyond, inlcuding myself. They're hot off the presses, and will be soon available for sale! I got my copies last week, they look a-maize-ing. I am so proud to be  part of this.

Here's the cover. I would have a picture of the comic I submitted, but the file is big. Later, friends, later.

So there's one piece of big news. The OTHER big news is that on October 16th and 17th, two talks will be taking place at the Wexner Center, and they just happen to be two of the most influential artists alive today (in my opinion) : Matt Groening and Art Spiegelman. Yes. I think the Matt Groening talk is free and the Spiegelman one costs like, $4 for anyone, and free for students. Too great an opportunity to pass up!

over and out.

Monday, August 16, 2010

Good Morning, Starshine

The earth says hello! And I have drawings today!

These first two were made during my stint at the Billy Ireland Cartoon Library/Museum. I was geeking.


aaaand a new sketchbook

So...I made some of these drawings when I had a drink or two in me. So excuse the unreadability.

Monday, August 9, 2010