My interview with SCBWI-LA Kite Tales
children's books / convention

My interview with SCBWI-LA Kite Tales

I would like to thank Sarah Parker-Lee from the Los Angeles Society of Children’s Book Writers & Illustrators for interviewing me for this article in this month’s Kite Tales! You can read it here. I met her at the San Diego Comic Con last Summer, and like with so many people, my book, There’s a … 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 San Diego / Debut at Denver County Fair!
caricature / children's books / convention

Photos from San Diego / Debut at Denver County Fair!

Thanks to all of my fans who came to San Diego Comic Con this past week. 47 of you commissioned zombie or pony caricatures from me. I drew feverishly for five days, drawing 73 of you into 50 drawings. These will be the start of my gallery. I have another 3 drawings to do, which I will start on this … Continue reading

Photos from San Diego Comic Con
caricature / convention

Photos from San Diego Comic Con

Well, San Diego Comic Con was fun as usual, but not quite as lucrative as last year. Here are some commissions and other photos from this year’s event, and there will be a couple more mailouts I will draw in the next day or two that will be posted shortly. My next appearance will be … Continue reading

Long overdue update on Vincent Price project
caricature / convention

Long overdue update on Vincent Price project

My original goal of finishing inserting my backers and finishing the art for my Vincent Price Comic Book project before my appearance at next weekend’s San Diego Comic Con (small press table K-14) is not going to happen. Not a huge surprise considering all of the mailouts I had to complete after the Denver Comic Con, … Continue reading