Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Based On Real Life

This episode was based from real life, basically my Mother's viewpoint towards my work.
I love you, Mom.

Happy Ash Wednesday!

I can't say I follow Lent anymore, and given the Vatican's attitudes over the past several years, I'm amazed that people still allow a priest to even TOUCH them! And even back in my most blind-faith days, I
Can't say I really understood the holiness of getting your head smudged! Are you supposed to be identified by the fingerprint?

Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Something To Drink About

SALEM NEWS 02/21/2012: I admit this isn't much for subject matter- originally a restaurant was planned for that address, but the paperwork took SO LONG that the restaurant located somewhere else. By the time the license came thru, the toy store was in the address. This is a bit of a first for me. I am now using a graphics system called ARTIST SKETCHBOOK PRO, which works like a simpler and MUCH easier to use version of ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR, (To replace my WINDOWS PAINT I lost when my last computer crashed and ended up switching to MAC)and now I can format GREY TONES into my newspaper work I have to say I'm rather pleased with the results.

More Early Art...

More FOR ART'S SAKE episodes from its early days at THE COMICS BUYER'S GUIDE..Not exactly a cat eating lasagna...

Wednesday, February 15, 2012

It's No Wonder Bill Watterson Became A Recluse..

My take on CALVIN AND HOBBES using my FOR ART'S SAKE characters. How many OTHER cartoonists haven't ALREADY done that to death? Originally published in THE COMICS BUYER'S GUIDE.

There's Something To Be Said For Those End-Of -The -Century Animated Programs..

Two episodes from the early days of my strip FOR ART'S SAKE back when THE COMICS BUYER'S GUIDE was a weekly paper. Back then, the strip was in a Sunday Style format, and i like poking fun at TV cartoons as well as comic books.