Photos from Monster Day Greeley
caricature / children's books / convention / gallery

Photos from Monster Day Greeley

Yesterday was my first year of exhibiting at Monster Day Greeley. In spite of rain to start and end the day, most of the afternoon/evening event was very nice, weather wise, and the event was fun and the attendees were enthusiastic. The response to my work was heart-warming. We took 15 commissions (comprised of 21 subjects), … Continue reading

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Did you try to e-mail me?

If you sent me a message via my contact form anytime since last may, chances are I did not get it. Sadly, in the industry rush to implement the GDPR requirements, somehow my contact form started malfunctioning, and it wasn’t sending bounce messages to the folks trying to make inquiries. I believe that I have fixed … Continue reading

Highlighted in Voyage Chicago!
caricature / children's books / reviews

Highlighted in Voyage Chicago!

Why Chicago? Well, between my appearance at Walker Stalker Chicago and my cousin Shelly’s wedding, someone must’ve picked up a card from me from Voyage Chicago Magazine. I clarified that I don’t live there, but they still wanted to interview me because of my connection with Chicago. So, read it here:   In other news, … Continue reading

Photos from 2018 San Diego Comic Con
caricature / children's books / convention / regret

Photos from 2018 San Diego Comic Con

Here are photos from last week’s at San Diego Comic Con! Yet again, the response to my work was heart-warming this year. We took 42 commissions, featuring 112 subjects, which included some unique ones I’ve never drawn before, like bears, actual ponies drawn as ponies, Eleven (from Stanger Things), The Purge and a shark driving a … Continue reading

I won?!
children's books

I won?!

Every month the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators (SCBWI.org) Insight newsletter posts a monthly drawing prompt. Last month’s prompt was “magic,” and look who won! It’s not a big cash prize or anything, but “two winning pieces are featured in the Insight newsletter email, the homepage of the website, and on all SCBWI … Continue reading