RewStarHed
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    If you're into drawing, making comics, reading, writing, and knowing more about creative processes, you're in the right place!

    I'm a picture-maker living in Utah and have a deep passion for storytelling in its myriad forms and in making pictures. My first graphic novel, Upside Down: A Vampire Tale is available from Top Shelf Productions and my children's book, The Adventures of William Worm, is available from Piggy Press.

    This blog is the new home for my works-in-progress, finished comics, calls for entries and whatever else you didn't ask for.

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AT COMIC CON: ARTIST MITCH PARKER

  Salt Lake Comic Con is this Thursday, Friday and Saturday, and I thought it would be fun to showcase a few of my talented friends that will be participating! Allow me to introduce artist (and all-around talented guy), Mitch Parker! “I’ve been drawing silly characters since I first held a pencil. There’s nothing quite like the … Continue reading

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AT COMIC CON: ArtisanMaskers

With the Salt Lake Comic Con happening this Thursday, Friday and Saturday, I thought it would be fun to showcase a few of my talented friends that will be participating! Allow me to introduce the creators of original, handmade masks: ArtisanMaskers. ArtisanMaskers is so excited in getting ready for Comic Con in Salt Lake this … Continue reading

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SALT LAKE COMIC CON SCHEDULE

  Next weekend is the Salt Lake Comic Con and I’ve been invited to participate as a panelist! I’ll also be tabling at Green 1 in the Artist Alley, so come say hi and pick up some comics. Here are the panels/presentations I’m involved in:   Thursday September 4, 4:00 pm 4:50 pm Comics Jam: … Continue reading

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NEW BETTER-THAN-TEXTING APP

Miranda July has made a more personal, better-than-texting app called Somebody and I like it. “When you send your friend a message through Somebody, it goes — not to your friend — but to the Somebody user nearest your friend. This person (likely a stranger) delivers the message verbally, acting as your stand-in. “ Get … Continue reading

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NEW COMIC / LAST CHANCE!

SPOOKY NEWS UPDATE My newest book is “Spooky Sleepover“: a 72-page, full-color book packed with spooky-silly comics written by Dave Scheidt and illustrated by me. The all-ages book features a haunted toilet, friendly ghosts and a garbage-munching werewolf. The book is a lot of fun to read and it’s something I’ve really enjoyed making. Did … Continue reading

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SPOOKY TRADING CARDS

What’s spookier than a book filled with funny horror comics? SPOOKY TRADING CARDS! Now that the book has been successfully funded, we have our sights set on a pack of Spooky Sleepover trading cards. If we can reach $6,000 in the next 3 days, then every single book order will come with a pack of … Continue reading

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BIG NEWS! (PLUS SOUND EFFECTS)

5 DAYS LEFT! I am so grateful for all your support that I threw together this video with a special announcement and a variety of exciting iMovie sound effects, including: “Hockey Buzzer”, “Cartoon Boing”, “Slamming Metal Lid” and many more! Enjoy! SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT In case you aren’t a fan of exciting sound effects, here’s the … Continue reading

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GUEST ARTISTS

You guys! So many reasons to get excited about my new comic with Dave Scheidt (get it via Kickstarter before it ends!), but the special guest pinup illustrations are not to be missed! Check out these sweet pinups that will be appearing in my new comic, Spooky Sleepover.   Art by Roman Muradov (pre-order his upcoming (In … Continue reading

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NEW MONSTER SHIRTS!

I’ve had a bunch of requests for a new monster shirt, so here it is! Get yours via Kickstarter in the next 7 days for just $15.

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NEW ILLUSTRATIONS: SERENDIPITY

I recently completed a handful of illustrations for Narratively, a platform dedicated to compelling human interest stories. All four stories that I illustrated shared the theme of serendipity, though each was vastly different from the other three. It was refreshing to work on stand-alone images and I got a little carried away, turning 3 of the 4 illustrations … Continue reading

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