For my first Inktober, I created 31 digital ink drawings of my top character picks for the upcoming video game Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.
Limited Print Run
A limited run of these illustrations will be available as 8″x10″ art prints by pre-order only. Contact me by December 2 to order a print.
As part of my connection with Gardiner arts group The Artdogs, I’m displaying a collection of new in-process illustrative pieces at the ground-floor gallery / print studio. Come check it out, and if you’re in the area for the July 15 reception and artist talk, stop by to say hello!
Location: Circling the Square Fine Arts Press, 275 Water Street, Gardiner, Maine
Exhibit dates: through July 28 (open Fridays and Saturdays 10:00-4:00, and by appointment)
Reception & artist talk: Sunday, July 15, 4:00-6:00 PM
Did you know I have an online store with my comics and prints? That way even if you miss me at shows like Maine Comic Arts Festival you can still peruse and maybe pick up something fun. 😉
Here’s a rundown of the items I featured at this year’s MeCAF in June. Continue reading
I’m prepping comics and prints for MeCAF, the Maine Comic Arts Festival! It’ll be one week from today on Saturday, June 2 from 10am-5pm at the Portland Public Library. Come by to say hello and grab my poetry comics collection or some new prints from the book!
New prints from my poetry comics collection, Haiku What I Can
Oh, and here’s the event on The Facebook. 😉
Navigating the dark and cold of Maine winters can be a challenge. Most of the time I try to “power through” my seasonal impulse to wind down, usually with mixed results at best, and almost always resulting in a case of “the sads” along the way. But this winter I decided to work with my restful impulse, and I found that the months of shadow offered special opportunities for not just reading and enjoying other media, but reflection, and even celebration about accomplishments from the previous year.
With this in mind, I thought I’d share an overview of what I was up to creatively in 2017, in roughly chronological order. And, keep an eye out for 2018 updates; I’ve been working away on a larger project, and I look forward to sharing early products of that work in the coming months. Continue reading
New comics update! Haiku What I Can is out and available to buy at my online shop and
will soon be in select stores in central / southern Maine (more info on that in the coming days) is now available in these select stores in central / southern Maine:
New fall friend prints available at my online store! Get a discount if you buy them together.
The fall is too dark a time to be all alone, so I made a companion piece to the fiddlin’ mouse I drew earlier this fall. This guitar-stummin’ squirrel comes in full color or, newly added, as a black and white coloring page. In fact, Fiddelmouse how has a coloring page, too!
In the spirit of friendship, these partner prints are available with a discount if purchased together as large prints, small prints, or coloring pages. Take a look on my online store.
Hot off the presses and just in time for MICE 2016 this weekend: this print off a fall friend playing the fiddle. Those in Cambridge this weekend will get first access (it’ll be online after that).
A partner piece to this one will show itself as soon as I can finish it…
Come to Cambridge, MA this October 29-30 for Massachusetts Indie Comics Expo, one of the region’s best indie comics shows. I’ll be at table A42 with my two newest comics, You Had to Be There and Haiku for Gale, along with some new printed goodness.
Hope to see you there!