Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Inktober chairs

For Inktober, I'm drawing all chairs. I'm posting most of them over at the Howzit Funnies Tumblr, but, here are a few samples ...

Saturday, October 1, 2016

Spock's Older Brother

Some recent drawings, from the sketchbook. I drew this character in a bar, and a friend nearby commented that he looked like Spock's brother. So, running with that, I came up with a little biography for Spock's older brother ... Lew.

Wednesday, September 14, 2016


I'll be at SPX ( this weekend, the 17th and 18th, selling comics, including the brand new Howzit Funnies #5, featuring more of the same creepy, rhyming, humor. Below is the cover, as well as some of the characters, within.

I'll be at table G9, along with the rest of the DC Conspiracy crew.

Saturday, August 27, 2016

Howzit Funnies #5

Been working on putting together a new collection of Howzit Funnies, in time for SPX on September 17-18th. These are the inks for the cover ...

Sunday, August 14, 2016

Comics in progress

Just a few shots of comics that are in various states of completion (and incompletion).  I'm hoping to print up a new issue of Howzit Funnies, soon, though I'm finding that the closer it gets, the harder it feels.

1) "A Pretty Little Flower"

2) "Why Has the Sun Gone Quiet"

3) "Seeds of Despair"

Wednesday, August 10, 2016

Vroom Vroom

At least my teeth are pearly and strong

Thursday, July 28, 2016

Monday, June 27, 2016

Don't Even Need the Razor Blades

A new comic about a really cold winter, which is, unfortunately, completely at odds to the start of summer that we just embarked upon. But, maybe that's ok ... There's the Camus quote, to the effect that, "In the midst of winter, I found there was, within me, an invincible summer." Which is a fine outlook, I suppose, though it necessarily admits the inverse: That every inner summer is surrounded by a big blank winter of bone-chilling, universal frigidity that is relentlessly assaulting and crippling us with its inevitable force of obliterating power. Snow what I mean?

Anyway, the comic was also bit of an experiment in certain respects, so it is what it is. Like most things, it's not perfect, but I hope there are a few things to recommend it. At the very least, you deserve a chuckle or two, out of it.

Apologies for the small writing ... It may be easiest to read if right click (control + click, on a mac) and open the images in a new tab.

Saturday, January 23, 2016

Snow Drawings

In the light of this massive snowstorm of 2016, here some drawings from my sketchbook from the winter of 2009 / 2010, which was historic in its own right. Most of these are pen and ink and crayon.