Saturday, January 29, 2011


I've been reading this great book on the craft of making comics called Drawing Words and Writing Pictures. They have a really great section on one-page comics. I'm making a poster that'll fold-up to make a CD jacket, when it's unfolded it'll be this comic.

This is the first of hopefully a series of comics featuring an aged gutter-skunk in a post apocalyptic Gulf Coast, who scraps through mutants to get some hostess and spacebags.
It's really a tale about the human condition, if that condition is alcoholism and indifference.
More later.

Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Here's the finished versions for T-shirt designs.

Here's a poster I did for this new venture (seems like the wrong word.) a bunch of folks are trying to pull together.
It's a free school were anyone can attend and hold classes and workshops. On top of that it's going to be a center to help people to programs throughout New Orleans.

Monday, January 17, 2011

So I managed to slam my hand into a hard metal refrigerator and cave one of knuckles into itself. In my defense he was crowding my king cake. Now my pinky and ring finger get sore after I've inked for a while. Shortly after my fight with our old fridge I noticed two weird tusk things growing in my mouth. God may have seen how I handed Ol Cooley the Fridge and deemed me fit to wield the power of the mighty elephant, or I have some a serious medical problem. It made me realize how much I enjoy my body being in working order, as opposed to now, which is jankier (is that how that's spelled.) by the day.

Anyway, I've been doing some stuff for T-shirts. I like doing art for them but I'm not totally stoked on the silk screening. It's not that I hate the process of burning screens and inking blank shirts, I love all this. I don't have the cash to get the gear to do at home and I'm not really handy enough to make a DIY shop for myself. So I go to the community print shop and get into these really embarrassing situations. The first time I was there this woman with spider web tattoos covering her face almost made me cry when I stole her screen by mistake. Sorry Train-track Princess. So I was pretty happy when this T-shirt company offered to pay me to do art for them. They do the printing and they pay me per piece. Thank you capitalism...

Thursday, January 13, 2011

Here's some final pages for a story I'm working on with Sean Fahey.
I thought it might be fun to show some process once and an while. Here's some thumbnails. They're tighter than I normal since they were Sean to look at and not just myself. Mine look like bad Matisse sketches.

Monday, January 3, 2011

Anarchists Against The Wall

Funny pages and anarchist promos on the same blog. You only get it here folks.