Happy Mother’s Day

Mother’s Day can get kinda weird around our house and it was no exception this year with the appearance of this little knucklehead…

New Testament Scottish Shepherd

Was it my intention to draw a New Testament Scottish Shepherd? Well… no… but all I would need to add to this guy’s skirt are a few horizontal lines and he would be sporting one mighty fine looking plaid kilt…

Holy Cow!

This is a sketch I did a year or so ago that I always meant to go back and finish. That hasn’t happened yet, but maybe someday…

Here’s To Yew

…just throwing up a different picture to let everyone know I’m still alive…

The Weaselopolis Juggernaut Tribune

A high school kid was looking through my sketchbook the other day, got to the last page of it, looked up at me and said, “man, there’s some pretty, uhm… weird stuff in there”, and I said, “yup, kinda scary isn’t it?”

I cannot sit and do art for eight solid hours, so I take occasional breaks during the day and play an online game called Ikariam. Ikariam is a Risk game on steroids. Based on ancient Greece, you build your own little civilization, pillage other peoples stuff, and work with others to keep from getting pillaged. I have met people from all over the world playing this game.

Over the course of this last year, Ikariam has inspired a lot of the artwork that I’ve posted on my blog. I’m in the process of taking that art and turning it into a daily paper for the folks I play the game with. I’m creating a mythology of my pretend city on…

The Weaselopolis Juggernaut Tribune.

…uhm, yep, kinda weird, right? Hey, I say the weirder the better! You might enjoy following along and seeing how I “repurpose” a bunch of last years blog art into this brand new… uhm… blog newspaper thing…

Creatives can find inspiration in some odd places.

A Tutorial For Jeff

My buddy Jeff just got a Wacom Tablet and asked me for a few pointers on digital painting. Jeff was my youngest sons hockey coach when we lived in Texas, and fearing a vicious cross check from him if I didn’t comply, here is a little tutorial…

…well, it’s not so much a tutorial as it is me rambling on and on, trying to string several words together in hopes they will somehow form complete sentences.

My Sunday Sermon Notes 03/28/10

Contrary to popular belief, I do diligently take notes during Sunday sermons as you can see here…