Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Hippies.





Two drawings I did a couple of weeks ago for an article about Phish fans in The Portland Mercury.

First time in a while I had a lot of fun doing an illustration for someone else. I got an email from a dude that's into Phish talking about the band today, and I had to admit that while chances are I have heard them, I can't remember it actually happening. Music, for me, just like the news, poetry, or love, doesn't exist unless it happens in a Raekwon song.

Thursday, September 3, 2009

Rom N Roll.



My Rom drawing for the Bill Mantlo fundraiser Spacenight that's happening at Floating World Comics in December. Here's the blog for it.



I realized a few days ago that I neglected to mention it here, but I still have a (very) few copies of my Pink Tombs comic for sale. It's $8. More info on my livejournal

For sale at comixpress.


I'll probably do another print run once these sell out, though that may take a while. They should, however, be available at 1, 2 or 3 comic stores soon, so I'll let you know. I'm also wondering if the comixpress webstore only looks like a pit of despair, and if it would be worth selling it through them.



I feel like this post reads as if I used a blog template to write it. 'Insert Image, Insert Description, Insert Link' Insert Life Update:

I haven't been writing on the internet too much recently as I've been feeling a little blogged out. Not so much in a 'I went on a picnic, and there's a 3-d world out there, with 3-d women and I cried, so I'm deleting my Myspace' way, more in a cranky, my new neighbors are really into this music that's a mix of traditional Latin songs with club beats, and it could be breaking my brain, and I've cut down on caffeine which is causing me to have emotions, or at least one emotion: grumpiness -way. Though, after 15 years of being protein deficient, I have discovered these things called 'protein drinks' which are making me feel almost human again. So I should be back to typing about random comics from the 1980s, and the magic of Teaneck, New Jersey in no time.