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Open Letter to my Neighbors

Posted on September 1, 2011 by in Coffee Shop Chatter | Comments Off on Open Letter to my Neighbors

  Dear Neighbor, Recently, you may have heard an odd, strangled yodeling echoing around our neighborhood, and wondered what it was.  The answer is, it’s our rooster, Achilles!  I’ve always wanted to raise chickens, for fun and for the eggs, and this spring I decided to give it a try. I found a young farmer near the airport who sold [...]

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SD-2 Golden Scythe

Posted on August 25, 2011 by in Coffee Shop Chatter, Making Art | Comments Off on SD-2 Golden Scythe

Back in 2006 I published a graphic novel called JLA Classified:  Cold Steel which opened with a sleek golden spaceship being pursued across the surface of the moon.  I had painted that comic in a new way (for me).  Instead of painting each page as a single, 11″x17″ image with a lot of little panels, I painted each panel individually [...]

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Schön Magazine Interview

Posted on August 8, 2011 by in Making Art | Comments Off on Schön Magazine Interview

Interview for Schon Magazine just came out.  The full online version of the magazine is here.   An excerpt is here:    Schön Magazine #13    

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Off to Gencon

Posted on August 3, 2011 by in Coffee Shop Chatter | Comments Off on Off to Gencon

Off to Gencon for four days of fun and relaxation with my little brother. I so rarely get to just attend a convention… no “manning the table”, no worrying about originals walking off mysteriously, no carpal-tunnel syndrome from signing 4″ stacks of cards. Can’t wait!

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Life After Art School: Five Years to an Illustration Career

Posted on July 7, 2011 by in Making Art | 2 Comments

The one emotion every newly-minted art school graduate experiences is anxiety. Can I really make it?  What do I do now?  All my friends are getting jobs making $50,000 a year.  Where does that leave me?  I’ll be lucky to get a job delivering pizza. I graduated from the University of Michigan School of Art back in 1985, ready to take [...]

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