Archive for April, 2010

April 23, 2010

The Upcoming Project

I have three words for you: hipster paper dolls.

April 23, 2010


April 16, 2010

More Quickie

Here’s another sample panel from the comic I’m working on, written by Shon Toney.

April 14, 2010

Of Birds and Bunnies

I explained briefly in a previous post that I was making a comic-format myth for my final project in Trevor Dodge’s Illuminated Manuscripts class.  I give you “The Dove and the Hare,” a tale for children.

In researching this project, I discovered that where we Westerners see a man in the moon, many other cultures worldwide saw a rabbit.  The dark spots on the surface of the moon represented a rabbit pounding corn in South America, a rabbit drumming in Japan, and even a rabbit holding an egg in Europe.  It being the month of Easter, I decided to write a story about how the rabbit and the egg came to be way up there on the moon (and how dinosaurs became extinct, incidentally).

(As always, click to view larger.)

April 12, 2010

She Blinded Me With Science

An illustration from a presentation I’m working on about the difficulties of counting chromosomes in man with early technology.

April 9, 2010

Today’s Demon

April 2, 2010

The Rabbit in the Moon

To show a bit about my process, I’ve posted the first page of a comic I’m working on right now, along with the thumbnail roughs that I used to arrange the layout.  You can see that not too much has changed between them.  The story is a myth about the Moon Rabbit (, a story that has surprising similarities across the world, and how he ended up on the moon in the first place.

And here are a couple sketches I doodled in class while listening to a guest talk by Joelle Jones and Jamie Smith.

April 1, 2010

Couple Quickies

My final image for the Jim Henson project, and a quick sketch I did of my Robynski Twinski