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Even if I don’t have it in me to continue “Oh Goodie!” right now, I’m still working on various other things: two comics and a new video series. I’m also still active on Twitter and Instagram, posting new stuff I’m working on. Check it out if you can! My current comic which talks a lot […]

When I posted the “Draw or Die” comic months ago, I had eluded to the fact that 2015 had been really hard on me, both financially and creatively. And that’s true. But it’s not the whole truth. The whole truth is that, because of the desperate financial situation April and I were stuck in, I […]

It is with a heavy heart I tell you that my former MCAD classmate Jenny Considine-Mueller recently passed away. In order to help her husband Alec and newborn daughter Nora be free of their medical bills and to establish a trust fund, a YouCaring campaign has been started and has almost reached it’s goal. If […]

Pab Sungenis is launching Audible, Kindle, and paperback versions of his book “Sidekick: The Misadventures of the New Scarlet Knight” and I just contributed a new cover. I’ll be posting new links as they come for each. We’re both really proud of how this came out! Share

My good friend Pab Sungenis is involved in an ambitious new venture publishing young adult novels specifically for teenage boys.  The link to the IndieGoGo campaign is in the image below.  Please donate if you have a chance. Share

So hey guys: you know how I’m a massive nerd who’s happy to rant as much about movies as I am about music and comics?  Of course you do!  That’s why you should check out my new post comparing “The Fifth Estate” and “The Imitation Game”, which are both about computers and star Benedict Cumberbatch.  […]

The opening so nice, they’re doing it twice!  The opening for POAP’s Big 500 had so much art to offer they’re doing a second, lower key one this Saturday from 5-9PM.  The Koriko Sunday originals will still be there, so stop by if you can! Share

Thought I was done with portrait work, but turns out drawing dogs is much more appealing to me than drawing humans. A few months ago, a lady named Brenda Anderson of Happy Puppy Park in Vancouver, WA came to me and asked if I’d draw Christmas portraits of her clients’ dogs.  I agreed, and the […]

So yea, you probably noticed the new look to the site.  New images, new widgets, new ads, streamlined layout, you name it.  All of this is thanks to the masterful coding skills of Andy Odendhal of the webcomic “Too Much Information“.  Thank you SO much Andy!  Click the image below to check out Andy’s comic […]

Just sent some fan-art to Gunwild & Psu of “Cassiopeia Quinn“, the first new webcomic I’ve enjoyed in a really long time.  Thanks guys!  You can see it here or on Tumblr. Share

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