Saturday, February 28, 2009


If you're curious why Josh and Shannon are drawn like this, you can ask them.

Thursday, February 26, 2009

10 Bucks?

I found this paragraph pretty interesting. It's from the book Hell's Angels by Hunter S. Thompson.

Monday, February 23, 2009

Bad Comic

I am the originator of this horrible milk joke.

Sunday, February 22, 2009

Thursday, February 19, 2009

Layne Staley

For those that are not aware, Alice in Chains are releasing a new album with new material this summer. It will be their first studio album since '95 and their first album with new singer William Duvall. Lately I've been psyching myself up for this new album and as a result have had Alice in Chains on constant rotation in my CD player. So... that's pretty much what inspired this sketch. I might come back to this one later and re-draw the face and body for a cleaner finished look.

Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Monday, February 16, 2009

Sunday, February 15, 2009

Saturday, February 14, 2009

Machine Gun Man

Yeah here come the Rooster.
You know he ain't gonna die.

Friday, February 13, 2009

The tamer has been tamed

I finally pussed out tonight and took some Sudafed. I became really wired afterwards and thought, "This wouLd be Would be a good time a good time a goOd TimE to Sketch." I grabbed a pen and some inks and kind of let this one happen without thought. I should not work like that anymore.

On an unrelated note, why does the character Charlotte from Sex and the City suck so much. Seriously, there should have been an episode where the other three just beat the living shit out of her.

Thursday, February 12, 2009

Post Office Dream

I had this dream the other night that I worked behind the counter at a post office. I realize it was only a dream, but it felt like the worst job ever. In this dream I had one customer that did not understand the concept of exchanging money for services. I decided to sketch that particular customer. I also left a sketch with a blank speak bubble, so if you are real real real real bored one day, you can add your own phrase.

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Eagles of Death Metal

They're a great band to see live. I think they could probably be a more popular band, but the name kind of turns people away. The funny thing is they do not sound anything remotely close to "death metal." I've noticed lately that their song "Anything 'Cept the Truth" has been played in a few advertisements and with previews for that new Liar show on FOX, so good for them. I'll probably flesh one of these sketches out in illustrator.

Saturday, February 7, 2009


In 62 AD, the Roman emperor Nero sent slaves to the Apennine mountains to collect snow to be flavored with honey and nuts.

Just to clear something up, the cat sketched here was not a suicidal cat. It's my cat, and this is what I wanted to do to him after he woke me up today.

Friday, February 6, 2009

See the cycle I'm waiting for

The report compared the situation in New Mexico and Utah with the situation in Nebraska. In the first instance, many had argued that slavery had previously been prohibited under Mexican law just as it was prohibited in Nebraska under the Missouri Compromise. Just as the creation of New Mexico and Utah territories had not ruled on the validity of Mexican law on the acquired territory, the Nebraska bill was neither "affirming or repealing ... the Missouri act." In other words, popular sovereignty was being established by ignoring, rather than addressing, the problem presented by the Missouri Compromise.


Well, this was kind of going to be a real sketch, (of course the concept of what is a real sketch vs a fake sketch is a debate all it's own). I was working on a female getting attacked by a creature while she was driving, and then my brain went, "No... you should probably make fun of the stereotypical comic convention patron." Then I grabbed my stylus and the tip broke in half, so I did a quick Spider-Man with a broken stylus and ink, then some thumbnails at the top. Not exactly a show-room sketch today.

Wednesday, February 4, 2009

The devil made me do it

About three weeks ago I went into a pawn shop out of instinct and found a '95 fender strat for a pretty dirt cheap price. I decided to customize the headstock a bit so I created a new logo in Adobe Illustrator. I sanded off the Fender logo and replaced it with this Lucifer logo followed by a lot of lacquering to make sure it stays there for good.

Tuesday, February 3, 2009


I wasn't really feeling it today kiddies, so this is what you get.

Monday, February 2, 2009

Just add it up to the hot rod death toll

If I could see the Cheerios Honey Bee and Cap'n Crunch fight to the death while Soundgarden's Ty Cobb played in the background, I could die happy.

Joel must be sooooo Happy

If you are not aware, the Pittsburgh Steelers won the Super Bowl a few hours ago. I decided to sketch out how Joel Jackson must have looked after he finished watching the game. OK.... I'm willing to bet he didn't watch the game, but I like to give him grief any time the Steelers do well based on something he said while we were still at CCAD.

He and I , and I'm sure a few others, were at the "Firetrap" buying comics when the discussion of the NFL playoffs came up. The Pittsburgh Steelers were doing particularly well in the playoffs that season which resulted in Joel saying this to Chaz, the owner of the shop. "Dude. I don't watch football, but dude, I hope Pittsburgh takes it all." Yeah, he said that. He said it, and if you're interested, you can call me or see me in person and I can imitate this sentence perfect. Anyways, as the years went on, Joel has vehemently denied this. Anytime I have ever told this story, he pipes up and says, "Bullshit. Dude, why would I say that? I hate football." Well, I'm setting the record straight, he said it. Joel, if you're reading this, you know I'm right. You said it. I WILL GO TO MY GRAVE KNOWING YOU SAID IT.

On another note, the easiest way to draw Joel is just to draw King Leonidas with glasses.

Sunday, February 1, 2009


I had the radio on when I woke up today and the station was playing In the Meantime by Spacehog. (If you don't remember, it was basically their hit in the U.S.) It is definitely what I refer to as a time traveling song for me because when I heard it today I was instantly taken back to the 8th grade. So that was basically the influence behind todays sketch... a space-hog. I guess this would be the Kubrick version of a space-hog.
Here's the song if you're interested