What I’m Working On, May 2013:
1. Acrylic painting samples for the painting classes I teach. The great thing about teaching is I help other people paint, and keep myself painting in the process.
2. Comics slowly taking shape. My summer goal is to have some of these finished.
3. Artworks that are gifts for wonderful people.
4. Not pictured, but I’m always making lists.
Super List Saturday, May 18, 2013: 12 Funny-lookin’ Utensils in Mom’s Kitchen.
I don’t know what half of these things are for, Mom. They all look like they were designed by aliens or something. There are seven potato peelers in this drawer, that’s crazy. And why do we have so many corkscrews? You only ever buy wine in the box. Why is there a tiny picture frame next to the knives? Picture frames aren’t kitchen utensils. Nothing makes sense.
If any of my followers can tell me what all twelve of these utensils are for, you win a prize. Anyone?
Super List Saturday, May 11, 2013: 5 Missing Dogs.
I’ve seen a a lot of loose dogs recently, mostly out and about on my bicycle. You dog owners out there should do a better job keeping tabs on your pets. Also be sure and spay or neuter them, because otherwise they will run around and have all kinds of unprotected dog sex.
I’ve got a drawing of a unicycle for you right here.
Super List Saturday, May 4, 2013: 6 Things That Feel Really Good.
I bought a brush the other day and discovered I really like the way it feels compared to combing. Why have I been using combs all my life? Then I made this list.
This is a map of Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas, the strange land where I now find myself. The map mainly hits the big highlights of the two cities, but I made sure to include some overlooked favorites. All due respect to JFK and Big Tex, may they ever rest in peace.
This piece is posted on They Draw And Travel now. Check it out here.
Super List Saturday, April 27, 2013: My Week—3 Bad Things, 3 Good Things.
I had decided to make a list about bad things happening to me when, in the same day, a beetle fell out of the ceiling onto my neck and I cut my finger. But my cousins from Australia demanded to be included in this week’s list, so I decided to go Yin-Yang and balance out the bad things with some good things.
If you’re wondering, the beetle was a Caterpillar Hunter, also known as a Fiery Searcher. After I brushed it off my neck frantically I scooped it up and set it free outside.