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Freelance Friday: dibujando en espanol
I recently got some semi-steady freelance work illustrating a High School Spanish textbook. Fun stuff!
Throwback Thursday: Frozen
I still hate winter; although not as much as some people…
Review: Little Bot and Sparrow
I’ve been a huge fan of Jake Parker for several years. He is a talented illustrator who shares his wisdom freely. He was a presenter at last year’s Society of Children’s Book Writers & Illustrators conference, and I got to … Continue reading
Sketch card mania
I’ve been steadily doodling since the new year started, and loving it.I did a few more Gravity Falls character sketch cards: Dipper Pines! Grunkle Stan, and Soos! And maybe I was just feeling a little murdery today, but … Continue reading
Gravity Falls art: Mabel Pines
My kids and I have finally discovered Gravity Falls. It’s everything I love in a show: humor, mystery, adventure, and a great cast of unforgettable characters. I’ll probably be drawing more of these guys 🙂
Inktober Day 24
“The Sabbath is a day of gratitude and love.” -Henry B. Eyring
Inktober Day 16
From Thomas S. Monson’s #ldsconf story about the USS Cambria #WoW
Inktober Day 15
#Inktober Day 15. “We are to reach down to strengthen our brethren.” -Henry B. Eyring
Inktober Day 14
“Think of the Savior–did he begin to establish His Church all alone? No. His message was not ‘Stand back. I’ll handle this.’ Rather it was ‘Come, follow me.’ He built up not only His Church but also His servants.” – … Continue reading
Review: Brunhilda’s Backwards Day
Jim Rohn said “You’re the average of the five people you spend the most time with.” While an hour or so a month is by no means most of anything, I am privileged to spend a sliver of time every … Continue reading
These are keepers
I had the opportunity to donate some Cooties comics and some pop culture artwork to a fifth grade class at West Elementary in Toole, UT. Their teacher, Mr. Kelly, let the kids earn them as prizes for good grades and … Continue reading
Captain America: Civil War review
Wow. I feel like this movie was sprayed into my brain with a fire hose. Every part of this movie is put together extremely well, but it all comes very hard and very fast. So many characters, as well as … Continue reading
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice review
Director Zack Snyder can always be counted on for great visuals and action sequences. He mostly delivers in this regard, especially in Batman scenes. Ben Affleck is terrific as the dark knight, and I am anxious to see him in … Continue reading
Cooties book finished!
This week I completed compiling every strip from Episode 1 of my webcomic Cooties into a 222-page manga-sized graphic novel that will be available first at my table at Salt Lake Comic Con FanXperience 2016, then available for print-on-demand at … Continue reading
Classic Cartoonista: Resolutionized
I like making New Year’s Resolutions, I just hate when everyone else does, too…
Hey guys it’s October
From now until Halloween, you can download a PDF version of my spooky short story The Classroom Curses for free over on my Patron page. YOU ARE WELCOME. You can also purchase a print copy here!
Salt Lake Comic Con 2015 report
I had a great time tabling at Salt Lake Comic Con this last weekend! While it is not a big financial boon for me, I still love having the chance to interact with fans. The majority of prints I sold were … Continue reading
Salt Lake Comic Con 2015!
I’m happy to announce that I will be able to be found at booth Light Blue 28 in Artist Alley at Salt Lake Comic Con next week! I’ll have print editions (issues 1 & 2) of Cooties up for sale, … Continue reading
Fan Art Friday – Daredevil Princess
I’m part of a Facebook group of comic creators, and a bunch of us are devoting some time over the next few weeks to do our own interpretation of each others’ characters. I did a quick drawing of Keith Smith’s … Continue reading
I’m on Patreon!
Patreon is a great way for fans to support artists and creators that they like. You can find out more on my own Patreon page, but in short, you can make a donation per comic that I create, and even … Continue reading
State of the Blog 2015
2014 was a memorable year, for both very good and very bad reasons. I’ll get the bad out of the way up front: my 16-year marriage ended in divorce this past year, and I’ve relocated to Salt Lake City to … Continue reading
Salt Lake Comic Con 2014 Report
It’s been over a year since I’ve updated the blog, but I certainly haven’t been idle. I’ve been plugging away at my webcomic, Cooties, and, since Salt Lake City finally has an official twice-yearly Comic Con (two blocks from where … Continue reading
Cooties – “Infestation” part 235
Unaccompanied minors on this week’s Cooties page.
State of the blog 2013
2012 was a tough year for many people, job seekers and Republicans among them. I had my share of troubles as well, but look forward to a more productive, happy 2013. While my acquisition of an iPad a year ago … Continue reading