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

Zombies at ComicFest and Anomalycon
caricature / children's books / convention

Zombies at ComicFest and Anomalycon

I’m happy to announce that I’ll be exhibiting and presenting at two upcoming conventions in Denver: ComicFest, this weekend and Anomalycon March 25th-27th. At ComicFest, I will be doing zombie and pony caricatures. I also will be giving a FREE set of artist cards for anyone pre-ordering my upcoming zombie picture book, There’s a Zombie in the Basement. If … Continue reading

Interview of me on Minority Report!
caricature

Interview of me on Minority Report!

This interview of me on the Minority Report by Ozzy Longoria is about a year late, but Ozzy was having computer problems. Better late than never, and this is a really entertaining interview, imho. Continue reading

Goal reached! Stretch goal incentives announced!
children's books

Goal reached! Stretch goal incentives announced!

I’m am excited to announce that my zombie children’s book Kickstarter has met it’s preliminary goal, so all backers will receive rewards! Keep in mind, I’d like to continue raising money as a way to reduce the cover price for each of the books if possible, so keep spreading the word as a way of having … Continue reading

Interviewed by Middle Age Middle School
children's books / convention

Interviewed by Middle Age Middle School

I’m still getting coverage of my There’s a Zombie in the Basement rhyming bedtime storybook Kickstarter as well as my recently published Vincent Price Presents: Zombicatures comic book on the Middle Age Middle School Podcast: There’s only 10 days left! So, if you’ve been sitting on the fence, don’t let the Thanksgiving holiday make you forget about … Continue reading