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Thomas Edison and My Comics

Tweet When it comes to doing Sunnyville Stories, any sort of Kickstarter or crowdfunding effort or comics in general, this quote sums up my attitude. “When I have fully decided that a result is worth getting I go ahead of … Continue reading




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Scared to Death, But Saddling Up

Tweet I’m very busy putting together the two books that will be due by October 31 – Sunnyville Stories Volume 2 and Von Herling, Vampire Hunter. This last week and a half has been rough on me because I’ve had … Continue reading




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Finding Inspiration From Charlie Brown’s Super Books

Tweet As some of you may know, I keep various art books around for inspiration and reference.  Just recently, I acquired some old books that may be of use.  They happen to the Charlie Brown’s Super Book series, based on … Continue reading




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How to Make Comics: Getting Ideas

Tweet This post is the first part in a series I’ll be doing through this month and probably into March about how to make a comic.  I’ll cover pencilling, lettering, and inking as well as some of the other subjects … Continue reading




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The Influence of Richard Scarry

Tweet This week, rather than talk about my work, I’d like to talk to you about one of my artistic influences.  We have influences, both conscious and subconscious, that determine the kind of pictures we draw, the canvasses we paint, … Continue reading




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