I finished my submission to the Always Comix Zine "Evil" Issue. I'm not sure if I saved the files correctly; I'm not too swift with using Photoshop. Anyway, below is the narrator of the story, "Dale."
Wednesday, December 3, 2008
Sunday, November 30, 2008
So, one employee was trampled to death at a New Jersey Wal-Mart, and a Pregnant Woman was injured to the point of a miscarriage. At five o clock in the morning. That's at least two fatalities for this year's Black Friday. Now, was this all worth the discounts, folks?
Anyway, my last day at Northeast is this Thursday. I had a great time, and I learned a lot. I'm forever in Mark's debt, but more so in Temple's debt...
Tuesday, November 25, 2008
Thursday, November 20, 2008
Hopefully I can bang out a couple more of these watercolor drawings before the ART SHOP in Kensington. I'll be selling work alongside my students from Northeast and my co-op teacher Mark McQuilling. More on that in a future post.
Current art shtuff: Possible show next year?
Two scripts for zine/comic stories.
What a busy winter......
Saturday, November 8, 2008
Friday, October 31, 2008
Sunday, October 26, 2008
A peso coin, a quarter, and a dime-balanced on my roommate's table. This took a patient five or ten minutes of holding each coin between two fingers until they stood standing, but it was worth it.
I'm putting finishing touches on a new painting in my freaky creepy basement, and I'm getting farther along in another one.
I'm between projects in student teaching, but we've got some great artwork being made in that classroom. Be sure to check out Room 122's blog for some upcoming examples.
Wednesday, October 8, 2008
Here's some crazy-old artwork for ya, because there are so few new things I'm working on. Student teaching is taking up most of my time (rightfully-so), but I do promise a couple new paintings and hopefully some comic-work. Anyway, I thought I'd share these antiques. This is mostly around the 2006-era....back when I still used pencils to sketch, I still painted on canvas, and I still used watercolors. Oh, how the times have changed. Anyway, the photo of Shawn is from high school when we were newish friends, but the quote I added I think before Freshman year. The rest of the art I don't think I have anymore; either given away or sold at First Friday or whatever. Save for the sketches, of course.....
Monday, September 8, 2008
A few select pages from book one of "Fossils." Sean Hamilton and Shawn Annable helped me do the audio with character voices from the likes of Henry Koon, Sean and Shawn, Victoria Tresko, and yours truly. The book (should I choose to continue it) will be divided into two main stories; "The Plum-Heart War" (crazy tribal Dino warfare) and "Jared and Jimbo" (sitcom-style sibling life set in the future between a teacher and an adopted Dino).