Photos from Colorado STEM Academy
children's books / education / regret

Photos from Colorado STEM Academy

Here are some photos from a recent school visit to Colorado STEM Academy, where I had a blast doing readings and interactive monster drawing demos! You can see a time lapse video of my drawings via my Instagram page. I was there courtesy of the Tattered Cover Bookstore, who pre-sold 64 copies of There’s a … 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

Regret: setting new goals.
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Regret: setting new goals.

Okay, it has become painfully obvious that I’m not going to finish the art for Regret by year’s end, so I’m scaling back my plans. I’m going to finish ROUGHING out the rest of the pages by the end of the year. So, I’m going to start my digital pencil layouts on the project page … Continue reading

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

Photos from San Diego Comic Con!

As slow as the start to this year’s Comic-Con International, I’m happy to say that I once again achieved a personal record in sales due to a fantastic Sunday and my phenomenal repeat customers. We took 50 commissions (86 subjects), of which I still have 11 (20 subjects) to draw this week, now that I’m … Continue reading

Photos from Denver Comic Con!
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Photos from Denver Comic Con!

I am happy to say, Denver Comic Con was an improvement over the previous year. We took 61 commissions, of which I still have 31 to draw before heading out to San Diego for Comic-Con International. I also was happy to have sold more copies of There’s a Zombie in the Basement than last year — … Continue reading