Wednesday, March 14, 2012


This is the giant-est most epic drawing I've ever done! It was super fun. I meant to save a few more steps in completing it, but I was having too much fun and forgot. I worked on it as a commission, but I hope to make some prints of it too. Its 30"x12.5" so it makes a pretty awesome-tastic poster! Also I hid some cool characters in there, you should try and find 'em! Woooo!

Friday, March 9, 2012


I was playing around with taking photographs of food coloring in water. It turned out to be way too entertaining, now I have hundreds of these photos hanging around. They're fun to draw from though!

Obligatory viking drawing! So spooky!

Thursday, March 8, 2012

Die Antwoord and Noise Pop 2012!!

Hey all, here's my comic from this year's Noise Pop! (Last year's comic here.) Die Antwoord is super awesome, and I was really happy to get to see their show. I'm also pretty sure I'll be selling prints of this soon!

Anyway, I actually made a second comic which has been hiding around my computer until now, so I thought I'd share that as well. I really love drawing Yolandi! And also, there really was a sad unicorn, although I think he became a happy unicorn because someone gave him a ticket to get into the show...

I still have more arts hiding around, so I'll update again real soon! Raaaaah!

Wednesday, March 7, 2012


I've realized that maybe I should have posted a little bit about APE last year, which was the most amazing time ever. The 2nd issue of ROK was far more successful than I ever expected. I don't know why its taken me so long to put it in my blog (extreme shyness?) but I'm so happy to say ROK#2 won the Isotope Award for Excellence in Mini-Comics!

This has certainly motivated me to keep up with ROK's twice a year release schedule, so expect #3 at Stumptown in Portland at the end of April! I'll try and post more about the process this time around, I think. Its pretty crazy and intense!

Until then, here are some preview pages for ROK#2 if you haven't gotten to take a look yet. Both issues of ROK are still up at my Etsy store here.

Of course I was not alone at APE! I was with the awesome and lovely ladies Jemma Salume and Kelly Martin! Together we make the unstoppable comic force that is.. Comic Strip Club! Oh so punny... Our table by far was the most horrifyingly sparkly thing in the con, and therefore the best.

Kelly Martin is the creator of Doctor Lollipop! So cute! So funny! So full of disturbing and offensive jokes!

Jemma Salume made Captain Kitten.. Its full of dinosaurs and cats, how can you not enjoy that?

Apologies for this post which was due soooo many months ago! I'm not sure where it disappeared to.. I have lots more new stuff to talk about too. I may have been quiet lately, but it isn't because I haven't been drawing! Yay!