Finally. This short story took a lot longer than I thought it would, although Accounting school didn’t help. This one was a lot of fun and I learned a ton. I really like how it turned out, hopefully you will feel the same. Head’s up: This one is probably not [...]
Earlier this year, J Chris Campbell from Wide Awake Press invited me to participate in his Anthology Jabberwacky. He suggested I use Reggie in my contribution, and I thought that was a pretty good idea. I folded it into the Reggie story (such as it is), so here is Chapter 3, Reginald Crabapple Takes Prince Leon [...]
I picked up Crogan’s March this year at Fluke! from the super nice guy Chris Schweizer. I enjoyed it quite a bit, and thought I’d do a drawing of the main character.
You can find Chris at his Curious [...]
For the last little bit I’ve been working a concept that started out in my sketchbook a couple of years ago of a bird riding character who I was going to do as a webcomic. I did a handful of pages, thinking I’d do twenty or so before I would start posting. It didn’t take that [...]
Good buddy Mike Maihack asked me to do a pinup for his comic Cleopatra in Spaaace!
If you aren’t reading Cleo on a regular basis, you are really missing out. It’s one of the best webcomics around.
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I’ve been reading Mattotti’s Dr. Jeckyl and Mr. Hyde, which is done in color pencil and looks terrific. Since I hadn’t done anything in color pencil in probably 10 years; so I thought I’d dig them out and play around. As it turns out, I need to practice my color pencil work. I got too frustrated [...]
I have completed a new chapter in the Adventures of Reginald Crabapple: Budget Knight. Like the first two chapters, each page was written and drawn in one hour.
It’s called Reginald Crabapple’s [...]
You might remember I attempted a 24 hour comic back in late 2008, called Reginald Crabapple’s Big Day. I wrote, penciled, inked and lettered one page per hour for 24 hours. I enjoyed the process and liked some of the things I accomplished in the story, as well as the immediacy of having something completed so [...]
Last year I worked on a pitch with Neil Kleid that didn’t wind up working out. Here’s the stuff I did.
1st 5 pages of the script: