Thursday, December 9, 2010
These are warm-up drawings given meaning. G-nib and ink with digital color.
Sunday, September 28, 2008
I’ll be at SPX this year! It’s my first time and I’m pretty excited to see the Bethesda sights. And I’ll have a new mini-comic (um, if I finish inking…). This is a previewy page (click through to get the bigger version). But unfortunately, this means the longer book is getting postponed. Well, unfortunately for you (maybe), but fortunately for my metacarpals (definitely). Speaking of which, I’m going to stop typing now.
Monday, September 8, 2008
After all that, I registered too late to get a table at APE. Unfortunately, the state approved my application for a temporary seller’s permit, so I still have to file a tax return after the event — which means I might as well sell something!
So I’m working on a mini about my more noteworthy Food Not Bombs experiences. This was one of them. But there will be more. (Incidentally, a brief Googling after I drew this seagull turned up some really disturbing YouTube videos of the act in progress that I refuse to link to here; I stand disgusted and corrected.)
Monday, August 25, 2008
I did this piece for the Gutenberg, a new little magazine out of the Bay Area. The colors are just for fun/learning Photoshop, though — it’ll be black and white in print.
I originally wanted to cover seed bombs, but apparently those are too mainstream now? I guess I’m out of touch with the youth culture these days.
Either way, worms are cool, too.
Wednesday, July 16, 2008
The San Francisco Zine Fest is this coming Saturday and Sunday! Self-publishing, Vanessa Davis, screenprinting, nature stuff, kickball, etcetera! Woooo zine fest!
So while you may think I am lazy for not updating this blog, it is only because I am frantically-ish putting first/final touches on the comic for which this image is a tentative cover.
(I say tentative but at this rate, I will probably not have time to obsessively draw three more near-identical versions. Which is probably for the best, as the circulation in my right arm is severely lacking.)
If you see this girl at the County Fair Building, ask her nicely for one and she will probably give it to you.
Otherwise I’ll probably put it all online at some point.
Thursday, July 10, 2008
But I still like this one.
Monday, July 7, 2008
I had been threatening it for a while, but now the moment (er, scanner) has arrived.
Well, it arrived a couple weeks ago, actually, but I digress.
This means more of my dumb drawings will be languishing on Flickr now instead of just in tattered sketchbooks on shelves; which means you can see them without even stepping foot in the Tenderloin, which I think is a pretty good deal.
This one is Bordeaux, a non-nugget who lives at Farm Sanctuary and who has more of an omniscient expression than I have properly captured here.
Hunt 512 with Black Star Hicarb and Winsor & Newton watercolors on some fancy cold-pressed block.
That is all.
Monday, February 26, 2007
It’s only been like, six days! And it was great! Lots of Mr. Brendan Burford’s Syncopated Three’s on hand for the buying and viewing pleasure of all. Depicted: the lovely and talented Ms. Caroline Dworin and myself. Caroline did a bang-up job copy-editing the book. You should really go buy one! Except that you can’t yet. But maybe you should write it on a post-it note and put it on the wall above your desk or something so you don’t forget by the time it’s available in stores. Which will be, like, really soon!
Sunday, August 27, 2006
click and they shall grow. just a little, though.