Monday, August 31, 2009


Did this yesterday after reading a dozen different articles on the band's break up.

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Alien Bug Man

An alien bug man I drew a few weeks ago. Click the "read more" link to learn more about it.

This is from a sketch in my sketchbook. I hardly ever draw in it since I work mostly digital now but every now and then I'll do a sketch in it while I'm watching tv. Sometimes I'll scan it and ink over it digitally.

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Thursday, August 20, 2009

Nephew And Yoda

I was showing my nephew this battery-powered talking Yoda when he decided it would be cooler if he knocked it over. Click the thumbnail or "Read More" to see the larger image.

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Rambling: Thunderstorms and Sunshine

It's 80 degrees and raining here and it feels like it's about 100 degrees. Going outside is like stepping into a fucking Sauna. I went to subway a little while ago and I'm pretty sure I lost 5 lbs while I was gone.

On the bright side, I got a bag of doritos and 2 wild cherry pepsi drinks.

I was gonna break out the tablet and draw some comic strips for 'Untelevised' but I think I'll wait 'till later to do that. With all the fucking morons running around town halls and makeing a damn fool of themselves, I'm pretty sure the content is gonna be there whenever I get to it.

Have a wonderful day and remember... the more we fuck, the less we fight!

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Saturday, August 8, 2009

Review: Zuda August Competition

It's a little slow in this month's Zuda Competition. After reading all 10 stories I came away feeling a little let down. It's not that they all suck - there are some pretty good stories - it's just that nothing really jumped out at me.

The stories that stood out the most were Arctic and Absolute Magnitude - the current leader.

While the story of Arctic moved a little slow, the character design and scenery were more impressive than probably any other entry this month.

Absolute Magnitude, on the other hand, had some nice character introductions and plenty of action... but the dialogue felt a little weak. It's a stong entry in comparison to most of this month's competition, but doesn't really stand up to most of the previous winners.

Physikon featured some pretty good art and a nice premise but doesn't have that secret ingredient to make it better than everything else in the isle.

I think Cards Kill could've been a lot better if it didn't try to be so abstract through the first half of the story. Once it settled down after that it really wasn't that bad.

Aside from these entries, there are some really bad comics that as long as none of them are in contention by month's end I think I'll be able to live with the winner.

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