Page 6 Process for Regret
education / regret

Page 6 Process for Regret

After 4 long years of script revisions and life, I’ve finally pumped out another page of my project of passion: Regret: A Cancer Survivor’s Story. The following video shows you my process for creating these pages: Here is what my script page looked like: PAGE SIX (3 panels) Panel 1. View of a lonely Facebook screenshot … Continue reading

What mistakes have I made?
caricature / children's books / convention

What mistakes have I made?

Well, I’m officially 13 days into my latest Kickstarter for my children’s picture book There’s a Zombie in the Basement (ZIB), and I’m already finding some dramatic differences between the progress of this campaign versus my first campaign from earlier this year for Vincent Price Presents: Zombicatures (VP).   Now, while I was ultimately confident about my ability to … Continue reading

Crowdfunding for Visual Artists tomorrow night at DEAD Academy
children's books / education

Crowdfunding for Visual Artists tomorrow night at DEAD Academy

Concluding my first successful Kickstarter campaign for my Vincent Price Presents Zombicatures comic book and embarking on a new one for my “There’s a Zombie in the Basement” picture book, I will share some insights on how I planned, constructed, launched and followed-up on each of the 4 campaigns I was involved in (even if … Continue reading

IndyFest Magazine #86 interview with me!
caricature / children's books / education / regret

IndyFest Magazine #86 interview with me!

In the latest issue of IndyFest Magazine, they interview me (click on this link to view), primarily about my crowdfunding campaign for my Vincent Price comic book, with talk of my past projects and my future. Speaking of the Vincent Price comic book, here are the most recent backers I’ve inserted: Continue reading

Adding the cab driver
caricature

Adding the cab driver

Here’s a video clip of me adding the cab driver into my Vincent Price comic book. Last time, I forgot to include in my villain tutorial how to filter out the blueline from the scanned inked artwork, so that’s what I’m focusing on this time. Continue reading