Sunday, July 2, 2017

Skoolie Floor Plan

I'm bad at blogging.

Check out for all the great comic stuff going on.

Anyway, I'm starting a new project, a school bus conversion!  Yeah, I don't have a bus yet, I'm broke. Been researching tiny houses for about a year and a Skoolie is perfect!  Just in the planning phase for this extremely long term project.  I would like to be complete in 5 years, but if it takes 10... so be it.

Here's the initial floor plan for either a Thomas or a Blue-Bird with the engine in the back.

Wednesday, February 17, 2016

Second Comic for Cemetery Plots!

Got a brand new issue of Cemetery Plots coming soon.  Editor Dan Johnson put together an amazing group to create a new horror anthology!  Check out this amazing cover by Kevin Tuma.

Sunday, September 20, 2015

Meme Theatre

When I'm not making comics, I'm making memes.

Not for the easily offended.  You've been warned.

Sunday, August 23, 2015

Long Time, No Post

It has been ages since I posted here.  Gonna fix that today.

So, I finally got my shit together:)  I've been the Editor in Chief for Empire Comics Lab for a year now.  We published our first comic, Cemetery Plots #1 in June, 2015 and we're working on the second issue as we speak.  Also in the works is ACTIONTHOLOGY!, a good old action book that features a story written by me (with artwork by the amazing Gary O'Donnell) as well as 2 other stories that I'm drawing!

Thus far, no one realizes that I have no idea what I'm doing.  Shhhhh, it'll be our secret.

Thursday, November 13, 2014

So, you want to make comics? Part 1: Stick Figures are Fun

Make friends with the stick figure and Cylinder Man.  I picked that tip up from Learn How to Draw Comics The Marvel Way and an artist named Scott McDaniel.  Learning to draw quick stick figures with proper proportion is a great confidence builder and a fantastic warm up!  Do them by the dozen when you start drawing everyday.

Cylinder Man is a beefed up version of the stick figure.  After the stick, draw cylinders around them, joint to joint, to match areas of the body. This will help you draw muscle groups and begin your journey into foreshortening.  It also forces you to build your figures from the inside out.  Your drawings aren't outlines of shapes, they are layers and layers of line to create shape.

Keep it loose and sloppy.  Make mistakes.  Stop using your eraser and start over.  Learn to draw from your elbow, not just your wrist.  Every now and then, look at what you've done and say, "Damn! I'm good!"

Thursday, July 10, 2014

Adventure Time "Something Big"

For some reason, Psycho Drive-In continues to let me review Adventure Time.  Click below to see my review of "Something Big"

Wednesday, June 4, 2014

Desktop v Mobile

Just testing a post.  

I brought this blog under the heading and, got some reason, can't edit my previous posts on my mobile.  Not sure why.  Maybe it's because I did that on my desktop.

While I figure it out here's a photo of a minifig my son calls, "Stabby the Clown"