Thursday, July 30, 2009

Golden Oldie: Crossover Invasion

I did this seven years ago for Flagpole Magazine. Seven years later, I want all of y'all out there on the internet to see it.

Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Short Armed Creep

I just drew this on a piece of toilet paper while waiting for a large file to open at work. Enjoy.

Monday, July 27, 2009

Knocked 'Em!

This is a page from my oversized issue of Biig Deal Comics & Stories #10, entitled "Knocked 'Em". It was one long wordless story and I printed it at tabloid size with a full color cover. I printed the cover with the $5.00 price on it, felt I needed to draw five dollrs worth of story, and then spent a good chuck of change getting the book xeroxed. For every issue I sell I make a profit of ziltch, but hey, that's what I get for pricing a comic before I finish it.

I'll have copies for sale as soon as I figure out what to change for shipping a tabloid sized book for a reasonable price.

Shannon Smith did a flattering review of this book at his website, which I strongly suggest everyone to visit. He has a bunch of great mini-comic reviews and some of his own comic posted. G'wan, have a look.

Friday, July 24, 2009


I hope just looking at this drawing makes you want to crawl back in bed.

Thursday, July 23, 2009

Get Big For Crime!

I did this a few years ago, as the date at the top plainly states. Click on it to see it at a readable size.

Wednesday, July 22, 2009

She just woke up.

Yeah, those do look like comfy pajamas, huh?

I'm going to go eat a banana now and other soft food. I just had a crown replaced and heaven knows I'm miserable now.

Monday, July 20, 2009

Saturday, July 18, 2009

Eddie's Week thumbnail sketch page

Eddie gets in contact with the Stay At Home Warden Project (SAHWP) organizer. One day this will be a page from one massive story. I promise.

Friday, July 17, 2009


This paper made the ink bleed like crazy, but it gave it a nice rough line. So yes, let's say I did that on purpose.

Thursday, July 16, 2009

Dylan Dog

I did a quick sketch of Dylan Dog... er, ten minutes ago testing out a brush I got for a project at work. Yep, the brush works. If any of y'all haven't picked up the Dylan Dog Case Files book from Dark Horse, do yourself a favor and read the hell out of it. It's 680+ pages of Italian horror and mystery comics starring a charming lead character.

Wednesday, July 15, 2009

FLUKE flier art

This is from FLUKE's 2008 flier, which was a letter sized piece of paper randomly stapled to a flat surface in downtown Athens begging people to come to our event.

Tuesday, July 14, 2009

W'come, y'all!

I did this for a "Welcome to Athens, incoming freshmen from the four corners of the world, but mostly Atlanta" kind of article that appeared in the Flagpole. The city needs to make a bronze statue of this guy at every major road leading into Athens right on the border of the city limits.

Monday, July 13, 2009

Big Deal Comics and Stories #7

Here's the full wraparound cover for the seventh issue of Big Deal Comics & Stories that you can see part of in my above title banner. Click on it for a slightly larger version. C'mon. You know you want to do it. Order a copy here!

Saturday, July 11, 2009

Friday, July 10, 2009

Dapper Bastard

I don't think that combination of clothes were ever in style, but that doesn't stop his from walkin' tall.

Thursday, July 9, 2009

Later that evening...

It's been nice getting a little rain lately. Our blueberry bush is fried and my sinuses are dried out, but a little rain can do wonders. Still, drawing rain is hard. Convincing your viewer that a mess of water drops are falling from the clouds is more difficult than one would think. Charles Schulz drew good rainy days in his Peanuts strips. Just a bunch of vertical lines attacking the ground. I feel if I ever went at it that loosely, it would just look like I was drawing hair interrupting the scene.

Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Three Lil' Drawings

I did these three for the 2009 Athens Mental Health Benefit art auction. I wonder if they sold as a set or not. They look pretty together, yeah?

Tuesday, July 7, 2009

Train Station Coffee Counter

Don't you want to get a cup of coffee and an apple danish at this place? Click on it for a larger version that will be sure to make you want to go on a train ride.

Saturday, July 4, 2009

Tragoston Tales!

Here's a page from a comic I did about a diamond theft, an idiot savant theif, and a cyclops detective. I'm throwing the whole thing online soon, so keep your eyes open, The Internet!

Friday, July 3, 2009

Cobra Hands!

This is a few years old, but I'm putting it up since this blog is new. This originally ran in an issue of Vice Magazine.

Click on the comic for a slightly larger readable version, which I'm sure you were planning on doing anyway since you know how the internet works.

Frustration and Melancholia!

Fives figures, five moods, one day.

Thursday, July 2, 2009

Eddie Explains It All.

This is a sketch of a couple of pages from "Eddie's Week", a comic I'm going to start on sooner than later. Here, Eddie is trying to explain something to a SAHWP* representative to cover up a mistake that really wasn't his fault in the first place. Also, Eddie has just come back from dinner with his date and she doesn't seem to be buying any of it. In short, Eddie is a terrible liar.

* Stay At Home Warden Project

Wednesday, July 1, 2009

The Champ

Sharpie marker and white color pencil on chip board. Those are the ingredients for this masterpiece.