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.
Happy Friday, comics friends! I come bearing tidings of a new Baggywrinkles installment. Pacific Passages is a historical story that's been in the works since earlier this year. It's written by R.J. Mockford, a maritime historian who's done a lot of work on the history of the original Lady Washington, and illustrated by me! If … Continue reading New Comic: Pacific Passages (Baggywrinkles #5!)
After many long weeks of toil, I'm thrilled to announce that Down to the Seas Again, my travelogue comic from this summer's trip aboard the Charles W. Morgan, is officially at the press and available for pre-order and PDF download! Pre-ordered print editions will begin shipping September 22nd. They're 20 pages, full color, and (if I … Continue reading Down to the Seas Again Debuting at SPX
Big big big news, everyone: I have my first-ever solo show opening a week from today at Portland's Sequential Art Gallery! Down to the Seas Again will collect all my original art from this summer's voyage aboard the Charles W. Morgan, the last wooden whaling ship in the world. I've been slaving away over this … Continue reading Down to the Seas Again at Sequential Art Gallery
Greetings, friends! For those of you not currently involved in my Patreon page, I just wanted to put the official word out that I'm updating my Boston travelogue comic there with a new page every week for Patrons pledging $1 a month or more. There are several patronage levels that nab you a variety of … Continue reading Boston Travelogue Now Available via Patreon
The time is upon us! I'm departing for Boston this evening for a week of historical research and sailing aboard the Charles W. Morgan, an original 1840s wooden whaling ship. If you have no idea what I'm talking about, feel free to refresh your memory with this post. I've got some fun stuff scheduled for … Continue reading Boston Bound
Big news, friends! I've been selected to participate in a fellowship program through the Mystic Seaport Maritime Museum this summer, sailing aboard the last wooden whaling ship in the world -- the Charles W. Morgan. This is a huge thrill, and promises to be the catalyst for a new installment of adventurous nautical comics. Just look at this … Continue reading Summer Travels: The 38th Voyage