Boundaries

For the last, at least, five years, I’ve had a problem with boundaries. Specifically, the boundary between my work life and home life. I work – a lot. And in the past several years, more and more of my time and focus has been on updating my skills and producing some good journalism. Which is good and important – I’m lucky to like what I’m doing. But my family and cartooning life has suffered. I have to put that in balance, especially since my daughters Read More +
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Sitting down at the drawing board

Ok, whether it’s for five minutes or five hours, tonight I promise to work on the book a little bit each day. Starting ….. Now.
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I’m at C2E2

Having fun, selling books in Artists Alley. Stop by and say hello! This was the coolest cosplay I saw all day!
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Page 146

And it’s up. I’ll start penciling the next page tomorrow night. Maybe I’ll get something to post early next week, before I head to St. Louis for Bouchercon.
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Updating

New page penciled? Check Scanned in and ready to ink? Check Inking page? As soon as tomorrow, I believe.
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Controlling your vision

Writers and artists make things up. If we’re lucky, we make things up that people like and want. Rick Riordin made up a pretty good character called Percy Jackson and a world where the Olympians still ruled. The books did amazingly well – I do recommend them. The movie, not so much. Even with my very limited experience dealing with hollywood, I realize that there’s a constant churn there of content needed to feed the beast. A lot of people get their fingers in the Read More +
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New free comics page

New page is up for Children of the Revolution.. And, jeez, I forgot to post all the pages last week for Something to build upon. Last week’s missing pages are up as well as this weeks can be found here.
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New free page of Children of the Revolution

Wow, it’s been a while. Computer problems, holidays and general mayhem have kept me from updating. But, here’s the latest page for Children of the Revolution.. My second story, Something to build upon, continues M-W-F right here.
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A visit to Green Brain Comics

When I’m in the Detroit area, I like to visit Green Brain comics in Dearborn. It’s a nice, clean shop and my daughters are usually able to find things for all ages. This time we had two of their cousins with us – a boy and girl who had never been to a shop before. For him, we got a Batman in the Fifties book. For her, the first Jane Irwin Vogelein graphic novel. The girls picked up the last in the “Beast of Burden” Read More +
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