Monday, April 25, 2011

BILLIONS IN THE DOUBLE-SIDED TAPE INDUSTRY.

Dr. Mrs. The Monarch.


The Birds: Twins.
I drew this thing for a thing that's going to be at Dragon*Con. Although I will not be attending the convention this summer, I am contributing a small illustration for the fan-run People's Republic of Venture table. This is a slightly edited version of the final piece. More details at a later date. It's gonna be cool.

Oh, did you hear that Venture Bros. has been renewed for two seasons? And will also have a long-form special? Yeah? Yeah.

In other news: My weird girls from 'The Birds: Twins' are going to be featured in the upcoming SPECTRUM 18. I'm very honored to have my work accepted again ('A Dead Sheriff In Little Wichita' was in 17). Here's the full list of artists.

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

WILL IT EVER CLOY?

Waves On Swim.

Above, a cover illo from the zine I sold at MoCCA. I was looking at a lot of pictures from The General while drawing it -- Buster Keaton's long black hair was all, like, fuckin' luxurious and shit.

And now, have a few con sketches that I did and actually remembered to (sloppily) document.

MoCCA 2011 Sketches.

Thanks to everyone who stopped by our table. A lot of familiar faces, a lot of new friends. And if you ordered postcards from me, I promise the second half are going out in a few days! I'm going up to NYC again tomorrow to start looking for an apartment, but as soon as I'm back, I'll pack and label the rest to ship out. Besides, I probably wouldn't get these addresses right when I've got moving anxiety screaming through my skull.

I'll leave you with this tattoo from a gent named Toni from Sweden. Pretty cool, man. Pret-ty cool.

Thursday, April 7, 2011

HOW TO RECOGNIZE ILLUSTRATORS FROM QUITE A LONG WAY AWAY.

The Society of the Okay is going to be at MoCCA Fest in NYC this weekend! Table D6. Here's a super-quick group portrait so you know who to look for.

Society of the Okay.

From left to right: Emma Rochon, Ariyana Suvarnasuddhi, me. That's EXACTLY what we look like. All thin and 2D and hastily rendered. YEP. Here are the group portraits Emma and Ariyana did.

A massive, massive thank you to all who bought postcard packs and hassled your friends into doing the same. I will have the remaining five-ish accompanying me to MoCCA Fest, sitting nicely with my prints and newly printed zines/mini-books. Here's the bellyband I settled on, by the way. I typed it in as dummy text but then decided it was stupid enough that I wanted to keep it.