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MoCCA Fest 2019 April 6th and 7th

I will be there.

I will have the NEW fourth issue of my one man anthology Rabbit Who Fights along with a few copies of issues 1-3. 

I also made a mini comic, “6000 Years Ago” just for fun and
so that people have something they can buy for a  quarter!

Stickers! People seem to like stickers. So I’m testing the waters. 
I made one for kids, based on my kids work. Plus, I made one for…anyone who likes monsters and the more adult work in 
my anthology Rabbit Who Fights. 

Hope to see some of you there! Find me at table E-172 
MoCCA Arts Festival NYC’s largest indie comics and cartoon art event! April 6th from 11AM-7PM & April 7th from 11AM-6PM (636 W. 46th St.)

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Thrilling Thursday: Pie, Coffee and Nathan

Worked with visiting artist¬†Nathan¬†Schreiber while we enjoyed pie and coffee at Four &Twenty Blackbirds yesterday. He worked on a book involving science, as he’s smart that way, and I worked on doodles involving monsters for what could be my next project because I’m silly that way. Then we ended up talked about how time didn’t exist before gravity existed and blew each others minds. I wish I’d taken a picture of that moment with my phone as people seem to do in this amazing future we live in, but we were caught up in the moment. Rather than a photo of that though, here’s a small bit of what I was working on.monster 1

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Tiny Elephants

Sometimes a tiny off hand sketch is everything I wanted!
This scribble is no bigger than an inch high. I blew it up after scanning.
Of course, if I redraw it for the final project it will lose all the
fun and spontaneity this image contains. What IS the final project?
A project for little children. A book Kids would read.
One of those types of books.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Army of God artwork I didn’t burn

As Part four of “Army of God” by David Axe and myself goes up today, I
thought I’d post some more unused art I did for the project. These illustrations
were warm ups or test art I did for A.O.G. that did not “work out.” I felt they were
a bit uneven and that I had used too much black. That’s what I seem to remember
at least. Suffice to say I wanted to toss these into the garbage,
but for some reason I didn’t.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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