Posted: Thursday, October 19, 2017 Just wanted to share part of the cover I have been working on for my upcoming book, Sketchy Advice (from God), which will be released on Tuesday, February 14, 2018. More progress to come as it happens. You can pre-order the book right here!
Posted: Tuesday, October 03, 2017 It’s Tommy Wiseau’s birthday! With anticipation in high for the The Disaster Artist the film about his cult film, The Room, I wanted to share this caricature I did of the cult film icon. I originally created this as an invite for a themed watching party my wife and […]
Posted: Monday, October 02, 2017 I’ve been wanting to finish this caricature of Roger Barr that I started last year (I’ve been a little busy, okay?!?!?!) — check him out at iMockery. He loves horror movies and one of the few people that likes Halloween III: Season of the Witch and doesn’t immediately say […]
Posted: Tuesday, September 19, 2017 A few weeks ago I was taking a break from working on my upcoming book, Sketchy Advice (from God)—which you can totally pre-order here (shameless plug), and decided to take in a movie with my wife. I drew this little comic after watching 2001: A Space Odyssey. Enjoy!
Posted: Wednesday, September 06, 2017 Some very good friends of mine are getting married this week. I created a very simple caricature of them that we’re going to use on a celebration invitation some mutual friends are having for them when they come back into town (they’re getting married out of town). I don’t […]
Posted: Tuesday, August 29, 2017 I mentioned in my last post that it’s a shame, but I know a lot of so-called professionals that don’t have a preliminary creative process; and this goes doubly for creatives that do their work on a computer. One of the worst things you can do […]
Posted: Tuesday, August 15, 2017 Recently I was listening to another creative speak on a podcast about process. The sad truth is that a lot of creatives don’t use or even have a process. A process is a way of researching, planning, sketching, resolving and iterating a concept before it ever becomes a final […]
Posted: Tuesday, August 1, 2017 This past May I took part in a self-initiated challenge. The challenge was to illustrate a verse (or two) from one chapter of the Book of Proverbs every day. The illustration would correlate with day and chapter (i.e. so, May 1 one would be a verse from chapter 1, May […]
Posted: Tuesday, July 25, 2017 One of the things I have really enjoyed creating during this hiatus are Sketchnotes. Sketchnotes (or Graphic Recording, if you please) simply are notes that are more visual. They are a combination of words and pictures. The combination of those things have been proven to help one and understand […]
Posted: Tuesday, July 18, 2017 I decided to take a hiatus this year at the beginning of 2017. It was meant to be just taking an entire year to say “no” to freelance projects outside of my day job and not really create any self-imposed/self-initiated projects. What I discovered was that I really liked having […]