Debuting at CAKE!
CAKE! Is where I’ll be this coming weekend!
Just look at that stunning Laura Park poster and tell me you don’t want to be there, too.
I’ll be tabling with fellow wolf-face, Betsey, and will have a bunch of comics, including all the Werewolfs and a few new things… like this incredibly ridiculous zine the two of us threw together:
Uh… yeah. CAKE! Yeah!
I’m working on some new comics for CAKE, but more about that later… for now, here’s an ad I drew up for Boxcar.
Some buddies of mine are up for Stumptown Comic Arts Awards!
Beth Hetland is up for one for her book, “Fugue,” which is some pretty great musical stuff.
And Jen Vaughn, Caitlin McGurk, and Nomi Kane’s “Lies Grown-Up Told Me” anthology is up for an award, too! When the call-outs for this book came up, I couldn’t really think of a good story for it–I guess I should thank my parents for not trying to mess with me too badly as a child. So I drew up a short story about a lie a grown-up told someone else, which didn’t exactly fit the requirements of the anthology. So here’s an unpublished two-pager that was still fun to make.
I made this poster for Boxcar‘s annual Rock n Roll Prom!
I was going for a kind of mashup of the Pretty in Pink poster and a Hernandez Bros.-ish drawing aesthetic (I’d have loved to spend more time working on getting their drawing styles down, but deadlines are deadlines. Definitely inspired to copy more Love and Rockets artwork now, though).
This is my latest commissioned piece: a dancing family portrait! Happy birthday to Dan and his mustache!
8×10″, brush & ink, colored pencil