You can find all blog posts/news related to my projects are listed in this section.
January 9, 2021
Ideas are plentiful. They surround us every day. Most of these flare for a moment or two and are content to fade away. Some are persistent. Many years ago, an idea was pestering me. It was a little story about art school, and I had big adventures to write. To get it out of my
November 18, 2020
Sometimes you know a new project is not going to end well, but you have to commit to it anyway and jump in with both feet.
May 26, 2020
This is an illustration I did for a blog titled: “Fit for a King: The Wanderer’s Guide to the Culinary Arts”, by Brady Thomas. You can find it HERE on the Story Attic website. For any of you who want to do serious adventuring but see no reason why you should not eat well along
May 25, 2020
It’s always difficult when your parents’ work takes them to a new place and there are no other children with whom you can play.
May 10, 2020
My Facebook Artist page recently topped 50k followers and I decided to launch a Patreon. Hey, if it worked for Michelangelo. I’m new to this, so I’m asking people for suggestions on the kinds of perks they want from me, but to start I’m going to share my work process. Spoiler alert: it involves sketching
April 24, 2020
April 22, 2020
Never interrupt a women in the midst of her morning ablutions!
April 18, 2020
If I had one piece of advice to give artist who wanted to improve their drawing and composition, especially for the purposes of storytelling, it would be this: make your ideas read in silhouette. Some decades ago, when I got my first full time job I was working on the Disney animated film THE FOX
April 15, 2020
Sometimes you need to know when to walk away.
April 12, 2020
SEVEN EXTRAORDINARY THINGS is now being posted daily on this website. You can navigate to it by using the 7XT tab above left, or by clicking HERE. The story of SEVEN EXTRAORDINARY THINGS was inspired by my own experiences in art school, but it is not autobiographical. This is good for two reasons. First: my