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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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.
Having fun, selling books in Artists Alley. Stop by and say hello! This was the coolest cosplay I saw all day!
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.
New page penciled? Check Scanned in and ready to ink? Check Inking page? As soon as tomorrow, I believe.
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 +
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.
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.
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 +