Back in 1996, I did a book series that featured a pretty diverse collection of really random ideas. The editor and I were both big hockey fans, so we made sure this concept made it into the final mix. Since the Stanley Cup Playoffs… Continue Reading “E6:11 Update”
Over the years, I’ve made my artwork available to the public in a variety of different ways but it’s hard to meet everyones needs. Some want it for powerpoint presentations, some want it for websites, others want pictures for the wall. I can’t offer… Continue Reading “Dennis Jones Online Store”
I’m currently illustrating a Bible story found in First Kings 17 and 18. After doing extensive research into the subject I have determined that the ravens in the story were probably feeding Elijah scraps of Old Trapper Beef Jerky… …but don’t quote me on… Continue Reading “Mystery Solved”
I haven’t done Biblical illustration in quite some time, but a couple of months ago I had the opportunity to do a whole series of illustrations for the story of Samson. It was pretty fun to be drawing Bible characters again!
I’m trying something a bit different on WorshipHouse Kids. I’ve loaded up a couple of five minute countdown videos that feature me drawing a picture from start to finish. I call them Drawing Board Countdowns. I don’t know if this will be anything people… Continue Reading “Five Minute Countdowns”
Last Sundays sermon was based on the little boy who gave his lunch of two fish and five delicious buttermilk biscuits to Jesus to feed a crowd of 5000. I was only able to get one of those two fish drawn before the end… Continue Reading “Sermon notes 07/18/21”
A few years ago I created a comic book based on the Biblical story of Zacchaeus called THE CHEATING LITTLE CHEATER. I made it so I would have something to sell at a comic-con I was doing in Kokomo, Indiana. I only have one… Continue Reading “The Cheating Little Cheater”
I’m working on some fun new things for children’s ministry!
One of the very first storybook jobs I ever got was a two book series about a little boy called Theodore Bump. Several decades later the author contacted me and asked if I would be interested in doing a third Theodore Bump book… absolutely!… Continue Reading “Theodore Bump”
The quality of my sermon notes has risen dramatically since mandatory quarantine online church started and I’m watching from my computer that has a Wacom Cintiq attached to it…
Around Christmas time I was dutifully taking sermon notes at church and the preacher said that angel that appeared to Mary scared her pretty bad so it musta been one intimidating looking angel so I’m thinking he probably looked pretty much exactly like this.… Continue Reading “Christmas Sermon Notes”
So the sermon at church the other day was about a buncha knuckleheads that were trying to insult Jesus by calling him Beelzebub because Beelzebub was some kinda creepy Phoenician fly god and flies are always buzzing around poop and these religious goobers thought… Continue Reading “Lord Of The Flies”
My friend James wondered if I might be able to throw up a DEMO on my digital painting process. I said I can’t because my old screen capture software no longer works on new IOS… and that got me thinking. After a quick investigation… Continue Reading “QuickTime Screen Capture”
In 2011, I got an INSTAGRAM account, but never really used it because it was a “phone-only” app and extremely difficult to post artwork with, but I just discovered a workaround and now I can post artwork directly to Instagram from my computer. Now… Continue Reading “Brand New Old Stuff!”
Here are the books I did the covers for. If you’re interested in them you can find them HERE on the David C. Cook website.