Photos from DiNK
caricature / convention / gallery

Photos from DiNK

This past weekend was a bigger and better DiNK which translated to a financially more successful year, doubling the number of pony and zombie caricatures I did, while still selling an admirable number of copies of There’s a Zombie in the Basement. Here’s a gallery of the photos of the drawings I completed as well … Continue reading

Photos from Walker Stalker Chicago 2018
caricature / children's books / convention / gallery

Photos from Walker Stalker Chicago 2018

This past weekend was another fun  and successful Walker Stalker Chicago!  Again, my reception was overwhelming, and while over the two days, I was able to draw 25 drawings of 47 subjects, I’m taking another 50 drawings (89 subjects) home to mail out. I hope to complete these over the next 3-4 weeks, and I’ll … Continue reading

Basking in the DINK afterglow
caricature / children's books / convention / regret

Basking in the DINK afterglow

Hot on the heels of Walker Stalker Con, while still working on mail out commissions for those folks, I was honestly a bit worried to be doing yet another convention so soon (the 4th event in 5 weekends), but I didn’t get a chance to experience Dink the year prior due to a scheduling conflict … Continue reading

Reviews, interviews and DINK!
children's books / convention / regret / reviews

Reviews, interviews and DINK!

It’s been an exciting 24 hours! First, Nikki Zeo from The Golden Jellybean, reached out to me to review There’s a Zombie in the Basement, and gave me a glowing review on her blog: “It is written well and it all rhymes. This reminds me of Dr. Seuss.” -Nikki Zeo (Golden Jellybean) Secondly, an interview … Continue reading

Unboxing my debut for DINK
convention / regret

Unboxing my debut for DINK

  Regret: A Cancer Survivor’s Story Issue 1 will be debuting at DINK this weekend! I’ll be on the 3rd floor, so come look for me there. I’ll be signing these, copies of There’s a Zombie in the Basement and doing zombie and pony caricatures! If you can’t make it, you can still pre-order copies here: … Continue reading