Apologies to Frank Sinatra

(Dec 01, 2010)

Jeremy and I are drawing self-portraits for use on the AMATEURS website.  Since the story is about a group of teenagers, we thought it would be funny to draw ourselves at that age. When I was seventeen It was a very good year It was a very good year for acne cream and peach fuzz […]

Amateurish Beginnings

(Nov 30, 2010)

AMATEURS, which you may have heard me mention on this blog in the past, is now up and running.  For those of you who haven’t read my past ramblings on the project, it is a comic series by Jeremy Massie and myself, and we’ll be posting new pages to our web site every Tuesday and […]


(Nov 17, 2010)

A quick something something for your Wednesday afternoon.  Everyone gabs about the sexy vampires dominating the pop culture landscape, but surely there are some dorky ones scrambling out there as well.  I’m sure there are some out there I’m missing, but it can’t hurt to have a few more to clash with all the cool […]

Blah Blah Elementary… Something?

(Nov 10, 2010)

Oh boy, it’s been so long since I’ve posted that the part of my brain that comes up with blog post titles has completely shut down.  Sorry about the radio silence on my end.  I’ve been busy working on getting AMATEURS ready to launch (November 29th! amateursthecomic.com!) as well as some other commission work, and […]

Fastest draw in the west…

(Nov 10, 2010)

I did this illustration for the WW this week. I think I finished it in like an hour and a half. Ben, the art director there, commented on how fast I turned it around. It’s been so long since I’ve drawing anyone getting punched in the face, I guess it just needed to come out. […]


(Nov 05, 2010)

So Jason and I have been talking about a super-secret project. Here’s a bit of a spoiler. I really should have been working on the cover for Americus instead of drawing this, but you know… Sometimes a man’s gotta’ do what a man’s gotta’ do! I plan on coloring it, but it might be awhile. […]

Just shelf-talkin’, Part II

(Nov 01, 2010)

I know normally I post on Fridays, but since it’s been just me & Jason really, and the both of have a lot of stuff we’re working on, I figured that I’m just going to start posting things when I have ideas to post them. Hopefully that will more often since I’m really close to […]

Hold the presses!

(Oct 29, 2010)

So last week I had to do an illustration for the Willamette Week about how John Kitzhaber, the Democrat candidate for governor of Oregon, is trailing behind Chris Dudley, the Republican candidate in terms of fund-raising. The article was to emphasize how labor unions, who have traditionally donated a lot of money to Democratic candidates […]

Powell’s Map – Get you one!

(Oct 22, 2010)

So one of the projects that got thrown in my lap while I have been trying to finish up Americus a couple of weeks ago was an illustration for the back of the new store map at Powell’s. I already threw the image up on the Save Apathea blog a couple of weeks ago, but […]

Facts About Lightning

(Sep 29, 2010)

This week I drew a guest strip for GOODBYE CHAINS, a western comic by Alice Hunt and Tracy Williams. I like westerns in general, but this comic has a unique tone that I think makes it stand out.  It makes reference to the world outside of its Old West setting (one of the characters is […]

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