Hi everyone, Just a pre-holiday note to let you know that I've opened up a shop on INPRNT, a fabulous service that prints and ships gallery-quality artwork on my behalf. This is a great solution for independent creators, since producing, storing, and shipping prints is a substantial effort that I can't afford to sustain on … Continue reading New Print Shop Now Open
I had a ton of fun wrapping up these watercolor paintings for my top-tier backers on the Baggywrinkles Kickstarter last week. Here's a look at the final lineup of paintings: Clockwise from upper left, we've got El Galeon (hiding behind PDX YAR's First Mate), L'Hermione, Brig Niagara, and Kalmar Nyckel (in disguise under a different … Continue reading Time-Lapse Boats
Hold onto your halyards, Portland—we're throwing a Baggywrinkles party this week! I've been counting down, and the day is growing closer... Following last year's fabulous Kickstarter campaign, Baggywrinkles: a Lubber's Guide to Life at Sea is about to hit comic shops and bookstores around the world, so let's celebrate the official release with a bit of rumbustification at … Continue reading Baggywrinkles Release Party in Portland This Week
Hey friends, Fittingly, I'm writing this blog post from the deck of the Oliver Hazard Perry, a new tall ship in Rhode Island that I'm currently working aboard as a visiting artist. But that's secondary to the following exciting news of the day: I've got a new comic up on The Nib! For the last few … Continue reading New Comic: Sail Cargo Resurgence
That's right! My latest comic, an examination of maritime history's deadliest deficiency, is now live! For the last few months, Eriq Nelson and I have been hard at work researching the ins and outs of scurvy in the Golden Age of Sail, and now we're bringing our findings to you in 18 pages of informative, … Continue reading New Comic: Scurvy Dogs
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!
Another week, another new comic over on The Nib! I decided to settle the matter of people always asking me about these perfectly innocent nautical terms. Seriously you guys, there's nothing dirty about a Lubber's Hole at all. Read the comic and all will be revealed.