I’m excited to announce that this coming Friday, Sept 5th, there will be an art show of my work at Wells & Verne in Sellwood. The show will feature original illustrations and comic pages.
I can’t thank Panda Lang enough for giving me an opportunity to show my work in her amazing shoppe of neo-victorian wonder. I’ve been a fan of the space since I discovered it and took Captain La Carmina there when she toured our river-city last fall.
Details: 6:30 – 9pm (sharp!) at Wells & Verne: 8315 SE 13th Ave, Portland, OR 97202
Here’s an event page for Facebookin’
Festivities will include, but are not limited to beverages and live-drawing spooky things on the walls and guests.
Prints and originals will be available all month, but to celebrate the opening I will be giving away download codes for “Canon Alberic’s Scrapbook” with purchase (any store purchase, not just art). I hope to see you there.
I’ve been wanting to draw Reggie Watts for a long time (you can click the image to see it full screen). When I was drawing this, a few people asked “Who is that?”
If you too are wondering who Reggie Watts is, you should probably watch this (self-aware profanity laden) video. And this one. And you know, buy his music/media if you like it!
Last night I dreamed of this animal, slowly approaching some house I was in. I turned around and quickly asked my 9th grade world history teacher if he had summoned the creature.
“Of course!” He replied, cheerfully, brandishing a bucket of wood chips covered in honey, that he obviously used to magically call to the long, dark-haired pig.
Later myself or someone picked up the pig to expose that it had eight legs underneath (two full sets of pig legs) and weird mole teeth.