Teaching Comics Workshops at the Charles M. Schulz Museum

When I was given the opportunity to teach a set of week-long comics workshops at the Charles M. Schulz Museum in Santa Rosa, CA, I had no idea it would be such an important week in my life. This summer has been packed with teaching comics workshops for children and teenagers in my home state … Continue reading

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Portrait Exchange–TONIGHT!

I’m trying something new tonight. I call it a “Portrait Exchange”. I’ll be sitting at a table, inviting one person at a time to sit across from me. We’ll each have a couple of minutes to draw a portrait of each other, and then we’ll trade! Come find me outside the Black Sheep Cafe​ TONIGHT, … Continue reading

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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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WATCH ME DRAW MY NEW BOOK–LIVE!

This is your chance to invade my studio and watch me draw comics for a full hour! If we hit $4000 or 200 backers in the next 2 days, then I will give you video access to my computer screen, where you can watch me work on Spooky Sleepover live. Use images on the Kickstarter … Continue reading

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LAURA CARLIN MAKES PICTURES

I just can’t seem to get enough of Laura Carlin’s artwork. Her textures, compositions, and the way she stylizes figures are such a joy to look at. Each image is an adventure and exploration in imagery and I love thinking about the many processes at work.  See more from Laura Carlin via Heart Agency. Related articles … Continue reading

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CUTIE & THE BOXER

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How a Boy Became an Artist

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DOPPELGANGER

A few friends pointed me toward Chuck Groenink’s post on how he made this beautiful picture: Thought you might dig it.

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SHEA HEMBREY: HOW I BECAME 100 ARTISTS

This is fascinating: the visual artist Shea Hembrey took it upon himself to create an international art show, featuring the works of 100 artists. When faced with the question of how to find 100 different artists from around the world, Shea decided to create the artists himself—their personas and their art.

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