I don’t have to tell you that I loved TCAF again this year, and possibly love Toronto more this time than I did last. It’s a given, an almost unanimous sentiment among friends who also traveled there from the states. I ate well for the whole weekend (surrounded by food in the blocks surrounding the Reference […]View Item
My first completed minicomic, Bubble Planet, brings to life one small yet interesting adventure for the small yet interesting crew of spherical spaceship Dreamsaver! This interplanetary group, consisting of a father, his daughter, and a space pirate, make their way through the cosmos in search of anything new…and something theoretical! The crew of the Dreamsaver crash […]View Item
Hey! This weekend I’ll be heading up to Toronto to peruse the art and comic selection at Toronto Comic Arts Festival! It’s an overwhelmingly good event and I’m happy to be visiting again! If you know me, there’s a very good chance I’ll hand you a copy of this tiny little minicomic I did, so please say hi this […]View Item
I finally updated the site header! Though I wanted to try something ambitious with Zanoi’s head and SVG animation, that didn’t quite pan out. I do have various ideas for the animated gif of pixel-me to implement later this year, however! And a definite return to SVG testing. (And a way to tie the little […]View Item
For a collaboration of Kirby bosses, I illustrated Queen Sectonia, the final boss of Kirby Triple Deluxe! Her battle’s music, “DIRTY & BEAUTY“, captures perfectly the theme of her villainy.View Item
For an upcoming comic project, there are a lot of interior scenes that take place inside of an apartment. Nobody but the especially mathematically inclined enjoy drawing interior scenes in a comic over and over at different angles in their free time. So, after getting this idea from another webcomic artist, I created a 3D […]View Item
I can’t stop clicking through the seemingly infinite nested universes within this site.
The only thing stopping me is the functional inability to continue reading once I’ve gone so far…in a single nest. Once they add vertical scrolling, there’ll be literally nothing stopping me or anybody else.
The minimalist suggestions of worldbuilding with the surprising depth of each nest is what gets me. Even with the time I’ve spent on it, there’s yet more to discover.
In creating an updated, more mobile-friendly display of my recent/favorite works, I’ve again turned to Codrops — thanks to which I now have a Google Images-esque grid display of my desired projects.View Item