A BBS screen that Jesse made for Incredible Doom. I’ve developed such an appreciation for both the text work that was done back in the day and Jesses work to re-create it.
Hey! My collaborator Jesse Holden and I are going to be doing a live conversation with Anis Mojgani and Q&A, the current poet poet laureate of Oregon In conjunction with with University Bookstore on Jul 20, 2021 02:00 PM Pacific.
We’ll be talking about making comics, the early internet, and answering viewer questions. I’m really looking forward to it. It should be a lot of fun! You can register for this free event here.
Sad to hear Adobe Illustrator Draw is being retired. I’ve really enjoyed drawing in it over the years. I did this drawing of my dad as a teenager in it ages ago.
From my graphic novel The Chairs’ Hiatus
We drew a whole issue of Incredible Doom that takes place after Vol. 1 titled Incredible Doom: Eternal September #1 that we ended up throwing out. We went different direction with the story when a publisher picked it up, but you can read the start of this alternate timeline by becoming a Patron.
A beautiful post by Lucy Bellwood, who’s blog is absolutely wonderful.
“It seems silly to say, but I wasn’t prepared for just how often I’d come face to face with the things that made me now that I’m living at home.”
Years ago I sat down and tried to picture what my ideal life would look like. What would I be doing? Where would I be doing it? I pictured a big long table in front of bright windows where I would be drawing comics for a living.
I took this picture the other week.
Just discovered this clipping about my dad having a vacation ruined when he was five. This would have been from 1941. Amazing.