Wing and a Prayer

Did some cover art for long-time colleague and collaborator Van G. Garrett. He's got a new chapbook coming out in February entitled 49: Wings and Prayers. Be sure to check out his website for more info on that. Meanwhile, here's the principal art for the cover. Ideally I wanted to try an original woodcut print image but due to time and equipment restraints I put that on the back burner and went with basic pen and ink. I also wanted to have the image somewhat reprographic looking contrast so the face would be instantly recognizable. And that's where the pen and ink come in. After a faint tracing on an improvised lightbox I was able to add in the very wobbly, human-made hatching. I wanted this piece to be created as analog as possible and sure enough, I think I got it to work.

At first I tried to do a xerox transfer but I couldn't find a process that worked.

Peep the new book this February! Now lean back...

And Happy New Year.



A samurai dog, if you will.

Rolling out a new shopping experience in December, so you can purchase my stuff in new and more efficient (for me at least) ways. I'll keep ya posted on that. I have to, or else you won't know when to buy stuff. 



Gone Limp

...cuz this new zine drained me. And it can drain you too! Limp Lungs #2 is now on sale.
This limited-running unpublished-comic toting, sketchbook-rarity displaying, untold-art commission holding zine has a full color cover, and it's interior pages are made punk-style (utilizing the copy machine to reproduce and size art for layout instead of a computer).
They came out October 17th and were available at this year's Zine Fest Houston.
Now you can order online.

Limp Lungs #2, front and back.

Limp Lungs #2, stacked and fanned for added effect.
Look at the cover art:

Soak and Toke?

I only made 25. Get one.


Fat Stuff

Inktober comic. It's an old idea, found it sketched on an index card in stack of old illustrations.