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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17 years ago, Doug TenNapel released The Neverhood, the point-and-click adventure game featuring claymation puzzles, characters and graphics. The game is a cult classic and was a complete game-changer for me in my visual artwork and storytelling. While we inhabitants of The Neverhood are still hoping for a tablet version of the game, Doug TenNapel has … Continue reading

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Earthworm Jim Sketchbook

One of my biggest influences in drawing, comics and storytelling is a creative force known as Doug TenNapel. Doug has created video games, animated tv shows, and graphic novels, not to mention one of the world’s most beloved characters: Earthworm Jim. I’ve been following Doug’s work for 16 years now, and own all of his … Continue reading

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I Want to Tell You about a Comic I’m Making

It’s big. Easily one of my favorite ideas, and one that I’ve been developing for months and months. This comic will end up totaling 500-600 pages when completed, and the drawings and story will be rich with details. Where Upside Down is spooky and fun, this story is adventurous and thought-provoking. I think that it … Continue reading

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Doug TenNapel’s Ratfist was a web comic sensation last year, and he’s at it again with a new story called Nnewts. Updating just once a week, a full page of Nnewts comes out each Wednesday. Hey–that’s today! Anyone that knows my taste in comics knows that I’ve been loving Doug’s work for a long time now. If you aren’t … Continue reading

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