DrawnCon recap!


Hello, everyone!

DrawnCon was this weekend in Westford MA. They are in their 2nd year (or season, as they call it) and I had the distinct privilege to table there! It was a really fun show, and I wanted to share it with you all in the hopes that you’ll give it a shot next year!

DrawnCon is a very intimate show. The dealer room could be circled in under five minutes! What it lacked in size, however, it made up for in atmosphere, attitude, and charm. I got to know several new (to me) artists, some of which were tabling for the first time!

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I did a lot of fun commissions this weekend! I did so many, in fact, that I have a few that I couldn’t finish in time, and have to mail out! First up is a sketch card of two characters from Steven Universe. Next is a commission of Sonic and Amy. This one is still for sale, as I mistakenly drew Amy when I was supposed to draw Princess Sally (oops!). And then there’s this cool fox/kangaroo guy! I have no idea what he’s from. The sketch card of the guy with the Mega Buster is hard to explain, but it was fun to draw! I did this Hyrule Warrior’s Link for fun (he’s for sale, too!). Finally, a pic of Tali’Zorah from Mass Effect for DrawnCon’s charity auction. I choose Tali because Jennifer Hale was a guest at the show, so I wanted to do something related to the game!

Just a reminder to you all, I’m available for commissions both in and out of cons! I will draw whatever your heat desires! $25.00 though money order, or Paypal though my email, which is listed on my website banner! Enquire within!

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I also sold two copies of my Super Nintendo anthology, Beyond Mode 7. I was offering a free sketch-in with every purchase! Here we have Kirby and Yoshi at an eating contest, and Orco from Masters of The Universe! The lucky owners got to pick their own drawings! Beyond Mode 7 is an 80+ page anthology of everything from comics to poetry about the Super Nintendo. For those of you interested in the book, I’m building a store on my site right now, and I’ll have these up for order soon!

Whelp, that’s it for now! It was a great show, and I will definitely be back next year! Now here is a pic of myself and my cat Ripley relaxing at home. Enjoy!






Website update and DrawnCon!

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Hey, gang!

I’m refreshing my website design, so please bear with me. It’s going to look ugly for a while, but once it’s done it will be much nicer. The best part is that it will be easier to go though the comic archives for new readers!

I’ll be at DrawnCon this weekend! Come see me in Westford, Mass! This will be my first show on my own, so it’s going to be really exciting!


Portland Comic Expo 2014 Recap


Hello, everyone!

Well, convention season is coming to a close. I have one more show this year, which is DrawnCon in a few weeks. This last weekend I attended the Portland Comic Expo, and it was a lot of fun!


Portland Comic Expo is a brand new show, and it was put on by the same folks who do MECAF every year. I’ve attended MECAF for the last four years, so I was very excited to go to this one!

The venue was large (a school gymnasium to be exact), and all the tables were spread out nicely. Rick Lowell of Casablanca Comics was on hand to make sure we were all comfortable and enjoying ourselves.

I met some very interesting people at the show, and had some great discussions with fans about Mega Man X, Zelda, and, of course, comics!

I also met some fellow artists at the con who were also peddling their wares. I wish I had be able to meet everyone, but here is a recap on some of them (the ones I have business cards for, at least).

Brenna Killeen, a fellow artist at the show, does some great slice-of-life comics, and agrees with me that the Zelda franchise has become stale! Kate Brezzy does a lot of journal comics, and has a book titled “I Don’t Know What I’m Doing!” That’s something I can relate to sometimes! Joe Dax had some amazing fan art at his table, along with some cool looking comics, of course! Amanda Boucher had some beautiful prints for sale, and does her own webcomic called “Vampire Boyfriend.”

Last but not least, T.J. Dort and Joe Haley do a comic series called “The Underburbs,” and I picked up their first issue. I wanted to buy everything at their table, but alas I had to save my rupees.

That’s it for me for now! Don’t forget that I’m going to be at DranCon November 15-16 in Westford, MA. Come see me, and let me draw stuff for you!

Until next time!




Updates and New Shows!

Hello, everyone!

I’ll be tabling at the Portland Comic Expo next weekend! My usual table partner, Randall Drew, and I will be joined by our fellow CCS alum Matt Young. I’ll be bringing copies of Alice in Slumberland. It should be a blast, and I hope to see you there!


I’ll also be tabling at DrawnCon in Westford, MA. I’ll be flying solo this time, so please come see me, and let me draw stuff for you! I’ll of course be bringing Alice in Slumberland, and Beyond Mode 7, the Super Nintendo anthology Randall and I collaborated on together.

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I’ve started brainstorming the next Alice Frame book. I’ll let everyone know how to buy Alice in Slumberland outside of a convention soon, too!

That’s it for now! I’ll have updates on my projects soon!