About a year ago now I started working on the “Ratfist” flash game, based on the Doug TenNapel comic strip of the same name.  As an artist, he’d been largely off my… Continue reading

Little Something

It’s been a good while since I made a post.  I’ve been sketching a lot lately, trying to nail down character designs in my head while I work out plotlines as well.  I… Continue reading

Long Delays

It’s been almost exactly a month since I last posted anything.  Probably because I’ve been doing a lot of sketching but nothing I really feel like sharing, as well as my natural aversion… Continue reading

Back From Cactusland

If anyone was wondering why I haven’t had anything to post I can now say that I just spent three and a half weeks in Texas for work.  Probably the busiest I can… Continue reading


It is now official, “Pearls” is done.  There have been a number of outstanding tasks for me in regards to it’s 100% completion, in terms of authoring the DVD menus, organizing files, and… Continue reading

Ooooooh Boy

Sooooo, all of last week I spent shrouded in the haze of commission art: A friend of mine requested a drawing of herself several months back, but I kept putting it off for… Continue reading

Colored Waters

I busted out wet media for the first time in over a decade the other night.  My original vision for the Totoro illustration was a very watercolor-esque look.  After this experiment, I’m pretty… Continue reading


Work’s been pretty steady lately, not a lot of time for arting.  Most of what I’ve been drawing lately has been doodles and practice sketching.  My current endeavor has been working on how… Continue reading

Cloud of Dust Bunnies

A couple weeks ago I posted the rough pencils for a Totoro illustration I was making for our Japanese pen pal.  I haven’t spent a lot of time on it since then, work… Continue reading

International Community

I know I haven’t been posting nearly enough.  This is probably the busiest I’ve ever been in my life.  The past three weeks have been a whirlwind of office activity, and it’s kept… Continue reading