Grandma no, Grandma it’s ok, Grandma
My mom has a problem at museums.
Figure drawing with roller derby gal, Trixie Firecracker.
I have a new website (FINALLY) so all of my illustration work and everything else I do can be in one place.
I’ve been trying to find time to make this for YEARS, my old site was so amazingly out of date and made me cringe. Thanks to Eric for doing all the hard work.
My first instinct when I get sad or bored is to make something to occupy/entertain myself. It’s something I learned to do at a very young age. Artists are good at being alone I guess. I get into this cycle where I just keep occupying myself by myself and forget that people exist and that people are also fun and nice. If you are a person who can create collaborative experiences, start a band or a group project, ask people for help, then I am jealous of you.
An alternate cover concept for my book, We Can Fix It that I was playing around with for a while. In the end we all agreed it was a bit too dramatic and didn’t reflect the humor in the book, I still like it though so I thought I’d post it.
We Can Fix It is available on Amazon and in ebook form from Comixology.
If you like the book, it would be super wonderful of you to leave a good review on Amazon or Good Reads for it! Thank you!
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Doodles of the characters from my 2012 Smut Peddler story.
Rita, Morris, Jo.
Some Frasier fan art.
Interior, Niles Cranes’ house, a buzzing sound, Niles: “Oh, Maris is that you?” a swirling black void rounds the corner, it is wearing heels. The buzzing sound increases, Niles’ nose begins to bleed, “yes dear” he says.