Hey friends! I've got a new comic for you today: This is my seventh year doing Hourly Comic Day, and it's really such a delightful thing. For those that aren't familiar: it's a global art project where folks draw a panel for every hour they're awake on February 1st. It's a wonderful way to discover … Continue reading Hourly Comic Day 2017
Ahoy, friends! I am so, so excited to announce that Baggywrinkles: A Lubber's Guide to Life at Sea will be hitting Kickstarter July 20th. What is Baggywrinkles, you ask? Why, it's my educational, autobiographical comic series about living aboard an 18th century tall ship! You can read the first five issues online for free, and check … Continue reading T-1 Week to the Baggywrinkles Kickstarter!
This is a short piece that I've been meaning to draw for a few years now—glad to finally have it finished. You can find it in print in Irene #6 later this year. Enjoy! [For optimal viewing, click on panel one to read the comic in slideshow mode.] If you enjoyed the comic and want to see more, … Continue reading New Comic: Salt Soap
It's that time of year again, folks. 2015 Hourly Comics are here! Be warned there are mild boobs and sorta-I-guess spoilers if you're committed to never knowing how Moby Dick ends? That's all the warning you're getting though. For those of you who aren't familiar with the premise of this exercise, on February 1st cartoonists … Continue reading Hourly Comics 2015
So a while back I hinted that I'd soon be contributing some work to The Nib, Matt Bors's comics portal over on Medium.com. That day has finally come! I went to check out Float On, the nation's largest sensory deprivation tank center, and made you a whole comic about it. If you've ever wondered what … Continue reading New Comic: Flip the Switch
Another year, another edition of Hourly Comic Day! For those of you who aren't familiar, cartoonists all over the world draw a panel or short comic for every hour they're awake on February 1st. It's a fun way to see how folks spend their time (spoilers: mostly drawing comics) and churn out a finished thing … Continue reading Hourly Comic Day 2014
The wait is over! I stopped by ColorHaus this morning to check out the proofs for Grand Adventure, and I can safely say these comics are going to rock your socks off. The printers have done a fantastic job replicating the watercolor and picking out papers that really make the art shine. Couldn't be happier. … Continue reading Grand Adventure: Print Edition Pre-Orders