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This is my not quite daily comic strip blog. I'll write about my life, stuff I like, stuff I hate, and sometimes just weird ideas I have to get out of my head. >>>CLICK ON THE IMAGES TO ENLARGE<<<. Enjoy!

Thursday, October 8, 2015

Inktober 2015 week 1 recap

Here's my Inktober drawings for the first week of this year's drawing extravaganza.

Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Sandwich #4

Due to punishing deadline schedules and technical difficulties, Sandwich #4, the anthology comic we create along with our students, isn't yet produced. Nonetheless, here is the cover that Bill penciled and I inked, plus my own two page story. Enjoy! (and a reminder to click on the images to enlarge them...)

Thursday, August 6, 2015

Summer Camp Love

This was my entry into this year's annual Comix issue of the City Pages.

Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Left the Stove on

This was drawn in 15 minutes during my class last night, which is showing my example of how to do the exercise Bill and I had presented to the students. I inked it this morning to get warmed up.

Sunday, June 21, 2015

Vampire Uniduckling

This character is starting to come more to life. People have been responding well to him, and he's awfully fun for me to draw. I drew these two pages as part of the summer comic book camp I co-teach with Bill Hauser. Half of the kids in the class had never drawn a comic book page before, but every single student did some great work. It was inspiring and charged me up to ink my two pages during class in two hours ( a personal record).

Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Sandwich #3

Bill Hauser and I wrapped up another successful comic book drawing class and issue #3 of Sandwich, our class anthology comic, is now printed. Here's the cover, penciled by Bill and inked by me, followed by my two page story.  Enjoy!

Thursday, March 12, 2015

Carrot Power

This is the story I made for the 2nd issue of Sandwich, the anthology comic that Bill Hauser and I put together with our students from the Art Academy in St Paul. Since production was limited to 40 copies, I thought I'd post this up so you all can see it. Click on the images to enlarge. Enjoy.