Monday, April 27, 2009


Project for my character design class - drawing 8 versions of yourself in various styles:

Observational Drawing

Thursday, April 23, 2009

Abstract Comic

Assignment for Experimental Comics - the Abstract Comic. I wanted to focus more on the panel borders than the actual content and was a little nervous about turning it in since it looks like it took me five minutes to do. But hey, got an A-.

Tuesday, April 21, 2009


Well the show is officially down now. We struck it last night. A thanks to everyone who took the time to check it out.

Thursday, April 16, 2009

Monday, April 6, 2009

Benefit Humanity

Some of you might remember this from a bunch of old notecard comics.

I tried to do an update for the show but it was rejected.

Friday, April 3, 2009


I take breaks from big projects for quick doodles to keep me going. Does that sound weird?

Taxes taxes taxes

Granted I would be more stressed if I had done these by hand but I need to give a big middle finger to TaxCut. One, part of your instructions for doing taxes with ease should NOT be "override the software." Two, the instructions on how to perform said task should not be listed only on one screen that I have to navigate a freakin maze back to every time. Three, do no list your overpriced software with the bonus of free e-filing when it really only applies to the Federal Return. Yes, that was lovely when I finally got to the end to see that you highly recommend I file both my state and federal return online and it would only cost me an additional $20 to do so. Blargh!