Hi everyone! A quick update now that I have crawled out of my hibernation hole. It’s becoming Spring! Warmer weather, more skin showin’, and more conventions!
I’ve been working on the second installment of Fair Voyage, my online comic series featuring a not-so-typical magic girl traveling to find, “something.” I’m really excited to be premiering the second chapter of FV at Portland’s Linework NW festival, April 18-19th! I’ll be posting more details as to where you can find me, and my work as the date approaches!
As for the month of MAY, it’s a BIG month! Not only is my dad turning 55, but I’ll be at two LOCAL CHICAGO comic shows that I am super excited for! May 9th I’ll be displaying some work at Chicago Zine Fest and May 15th-17th I’ll be experiencing my first ACEN with some of my good buddies Kasey Williams and Gene Goldstein! More details will be posted soon.
Very excited for the upcoming months, I hope to see a lot of you when I’m out and about! In the meantime, here is a piece I put together for some very nice friends back when winter was unbearable. Here’s to looking forward!
Welcome to the second chapter of Fair Voyage! We’re meeting back up with our favorite duo who are looking for Fay’s lost opal. Seems Fay may have some other loose ends she’d like to take care of as well.
Join the girls every Monday and Thursday for updates!
Christmas is all about tradition (and the joy and giving I suppose). Calling back to my Creepy Christmas Postcard from a year ago I, by request, attempted to out-creep myself and others in comparison to last year’s card. Success.
Happy Holidays everyone—be safe and be nice to everyone.
Note* I used the reindeer names, “Doner” and “Blixem” in respect to the original names found in the 1823 poem, “The Night Before Christmas”. I wouldn’t hold it past you if you thought I misspelled them though—I misspell often.
Here are some pages from a children’s book I did with SNAP! Learning over the summer. It is called “Cooper and the Camera” and it’s about a little monkey in the zoo who found a camera. Cooper was so fun to draw, he’s got his own little personality.
I made this for my mother’s birthday. She loves Lucille Ball and this is her all time favorite episode. I think it’s pretty easy to guess which one it is. I hope she likes it. Have a Radtown, USA Birthday Mom!