Milo the Wizard debuts at DCC
caricature / children's books / convention / regret

Milo the Wizard debuts at DCC

I’m happy to announce that my 7-year-old son, Milo was able to finish writing and illustrating his 4th book, and his first comic book, Milo the Wizard and the Magical Mistake. We’re printing a limited run of 20, signed and numbered book exclusively for sale on Saturday morning at my booth (#650) at the Denver … Continue reading

Zombie in the Basement art on the Essentials Case
children's books

Zombie in the Basement art on the Essentials Case

I’m excited to announce that TONIGHT, fans of my book, There’s a Zombie in the Basement will have an opportunity to have their favorite monster etched onto their own Essentials Case by my friends at MacWolf Productions, LLC. Check out my own! The version you see is the coffin-shaped one, which will be unlocked when they … 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

Photos from Walker Stalker Chicago
caricature / convention

Photos from Walker Stalker Chicago

As I had hoped, the response to my work was overwhelming at Walker Stalker Con in Chicago this year. We took 75 commissions, of which I still have 49 to draw when I return to Denver this weekend. I also was happy to have sold a record number of copies of There’s a Zombie in … Continue reading

Photos from Anomalycon 2017
caricature / convention

Photos from Anomalycon 2017

Anomalycon 2017 was a really nice sendoff for this convention. As a convention that was always extremely supportive to the artist and author community, participating in programming was always extremely fun, and attracted engaged attendees. And, it never got too big, so it was always a very nice con to talk to people in the … Continue reading