Hey everybody! If you're in the Seattle area Saturday November 30th, come on down to Washington Hall for the third annual Short Run comic festival. I'll be there (as well as members of Intruder and other wonderful cartoonists) selling issues of Grump Toast and some other goodies. What kinds of goodies am I talking about?
For one I'll be selling prints of this limited edition Cinerama poster I designed for a special screening of Army of Darkness. These prints are signed by Bruce Campbell himself and in very short supply.
Here's a Short Run exclusive! This is a mini comic of a story I made when I was 6 years old. This mini ties in with the comic I submitted to the 2013 Short Run anthology, On Your Marks. This anthology is chock full of great art by some amazing cartoonists! On Your Marks will be on sale at Short Run and is available for preorder now on etsy.
And here's a handy-dandy map so you can find me. Hope to see ya there!
Well folks it's finally happened. The third issue of Grump Toast is now in existence. I'll be debuting it at Stumptown comic fest this upcoming weekend. After that Grump Toast #3 will be available to purchase online so stay tuned for that. Here's a preview of the cover as well as a preview of the introduction story. Enjoy.
Also if you're coming to Stumptown make sure to visit me and the other Party Zoners to pick up Intruder comics and other great comic paraphernalia. Here's a map to help you find us.
Here's a poster I did for Cinerama's screening of a 35mm print of the 1966 Batman movie. The screening also included a Q & A session with the original Batman and Robin, Adam West and Burt Ward! This is by far the coolest illustration job I've received due to the fact that I got to meet the daring duo AND have them sign my poster. POW! BIFF! WHAM! The seven year old me just exploded.
Here's my contribution for the 3rd issue of Intruder. The lyrics are from Down Sunnyside Lane by Jack Payne & his BBC Orchestra.
I got the opportunity to be part of Robin McConnell's art show, Horror Hangover. It felt great to be part of a show that wanted disturbing content from it's artists (and an impressive collection of artists too). I went far into the dark recesses of my brain and produced what I call "Down Will Fall Baby..."