This is a drawing I did of my bandmate and good friend Becca Lindsay! She and I play music together in Julie of the Wolves.
I had the best time teaching a comics class this week to 6th and 7th graders through a summer camp at the LVAA. We created a group comics anthology:
To get the creativity flowing, each day we played drawing games and did some collaborative comic jam activities.
Inspired by The Daily Monster, we created Ink Blot characters out of dripped India Ink:
As you can see, we were very serious all of the time:
This is the second brand new book I am taking with me to CAKE this weekend. It’s collection of drawings of places in Louisville that have significant memories for members of my family. The fifteen drawings, of the places as they exist now are accompanied by the stories. 32 pages, black and white. Available for $5 through paypal or mailorder. Please contact email@example.com if interested in purchasing.
This is one of two new books I am going to be bringing with me to CAKE (Chicago Alternative Comics Expo) this weekend. It’s part comic and part zine and it includes writing, drawing, collages, photographs, and a recipe. It’s all based on a journal I kept on a trip I recently took to India. The book is 54 pages and has a handmade cover. If you’re interested in buying a copy, they can be ordered through paypal or by mail order for $5. Please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
I had three illustrations in this month’s Louisville Magazine. The first is a piece celebrating Louisville’s wonderful parks. Thanks to Nick and Elliott Thieneman for being my original models before I changed my idea!
The second piece accompanied Anne Marshall’s piece about being a working mother. Thanks to Kim and Iris Linkhart for being my models:
Lastly, I illustrated Jack Welch’s Just Sayin column, this month’s theme was about neighborhoods: