Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Snakebite Progress

Immediately after being bitten by a snake, take a close look at the bite area.  It's not necessary to draw in too much detail.  After discerning what sort of bite you've gotten, try a number of cures.  You never know which one will work, so ask for a second opinion.

Swelling may occur, as well as black lines.  This is normal.

The lines may appear to spread.  Ignore that.  Noticing this is the first sign of snakebite madness.

You may start to see colors.  This is the second sign of snakebite madness.  Continue as planned.  Ask for a third opinion.

At this point, you are either dead or cured.  Assume you are not dead, and drink a lot of tequila to celebrate.

Monday, March 23, 2015

The future (UPDATED!)

Maybe I'll do a little more tweaking, but for all intents and purposes, this sucker is finished!

An unfinished piece.  In the future, you'll be able to order a fair trade dark roast French Press from Bolivia and a toke of Mellow Yellow indica kush water bong from Oregon in the same store.

At least, the way American laws are headed.

Thursday, March 19, 2015

The New Funk City Challenge

It's been a month since I posted, but that's because I've been working on THIS.  It started as a personal 24-hour comic, turns into a 48-hour comic, and ended up being a 2-week comic.  The book is done, the art is finished, I'm sending it to the printer tomorrow, and then...

well, I don't know.  I guess I'll sell it.  Why not?

The cover is based off the art of Drew Struzan 80s movie posters I know, that then became movie novelization covers.

Saturday, February 21, 2015

Dark Ambrosia

Dark Ambrosia, my 2014 24-Hour Comic, is now up for perusal, for FREE, on Tumblr. 

Check it out if you like coffee, or if you like life, or if you don't like either of those things, and are looking for something to hate-read.

Monday, February 16, 2015

Fake Humans of New York

I found this wonderful new Facebook page called Fake Humans of New York.  You should check it out!

It appears to be caricatures of native New Yorkers, along with these funky absurd little bio/interviews about manta rays or hats, or alien cults.  It appears to be updating every day, regularly, in seeming perpetuity, until everyone in New York is drawn, missing or dead.

You know, New York.

Monday, February 2, 2015


I decided in my suddenly copious free time to brush up a little on my ink washing skills this year.

So I made an owl, as is the tradition in the Great Illustrator Families of the Ozarks.