Tuesday, January 21, 2014

LAZF 2014 is coming up, and so are some new items!

Hello World!  I've been very busy since returning from NYC to L.A. (am still thawing), but want to keep up with this here blog, so here we go.

Check out the pieces below-- I'm hoping to organize the printing of a punny 2014 Calendar, in color. And a Noir Sketchbook zine.  And all the new comics I'm working on, but, I've got to scan those in before I can share them ;-)

Scroll down for a sample of what would be in the color punny calendar, and then, the Noir-y ness.

See everybody on February 16th at the Culver City Helms Bakery for Zine Fest!



































(Original piece above titled "Marsupispoons," ink and watercolor, and full of Koalas, as per usual)


(Original piece above titled "Crossing Cars," Pen and Ink)

(Original piece above titled "Clouds And Christmas In Vegas," Brush and Ink)


(Original piece above titled "All I Want For Christmas," Pen and Ink)

I love color, but also loving working in black and white. So it's exciting to be working on all of these different things ^_^

More later and I hope everybody this 2014 is doing well!


Thursday, January 9, 2014

Belated Happy New Year! And "Time" for "Illustration Friday"



Happy New Year, Everybody!

October, and especially November on, was jam packed and threw me for several loops.  Making blogging difficult/impossible, but I am aiming to get back on track with that this Twenty-Fourteen.

To get back on that track, I'm posting this submission for "Illustration Friday" and "Time."

As it's Fan Art, it fits the theme because of the following question: "What times is it?" "Adventure-Time!"

Also, since it has LSP combined with "Game of Thrones"-- and since I personally have been freezing up until three days ago (having been near NYC from mid December through early January, and only thawing in California over the past less than seventy-two hours)-- it has to do with "Winter-time."  

This minipainting is called "Game of Lumps: Winter is Coming," and as GOT and real life on the East Coast and Midwest can now all say, "Winter is coming.  Winter has come."

Thanks for reading, and good wishes to all on this New Year.