• The Dead Sisters

    Sunflower and the Dead Sisters #56-58

    I noticed I haven’t updated this site in a while — I’ve been busy, but still drawing comics.  I’ve recently purchased an iPad Pro to do my work instead of a Surface Pro and it took some time to adjust to the new environment.  Also my duties in my 9 to 5 changed as well, so updating this site took a back seat unfortunately. Three new Dead Sisters went…

  • The Haunted Me

    The Haunted Me #2 Page 6

    The first panel is one of my favorite panels I’ve drawn.  It’s hard to see but I really worked on the. lights and darks and shadows.  The show Eric is watching is from “Police Squad!” Episode 1.  It is one of the funniest half hours of television ever.

  • depression comix

    depression comix #473

    You can go here to read the comic at depressioncomix.com. I have to admit depression comix are hard to come up with lately. With nearly 500 strips in the can it’s hard to think about something related to depression that I haven’t done already.  The Depression Fog, which made its debut in #471, is continued here and as a prop it does help for generating ideas, like the Smile…

  • The Haunted Me

    The Haunted Me #2 Page 5

    The last page of this section of The Haunted Me. I’m trying to put the story together in this issue like pieces of a jigsaw puzzle rather than linearly, and I don’t know how successful it will be.  It is a bit of an experiment for me, but if it works, I’ll be happy with the result.  I’m going to draw Eric topless as much as possible, lord knows…

  • The Dead Sisters

    Sunflower and the Dead Sisters #53 and 54

    You can read #53 here. You can read #54 here. On 53: More Daffy and Sunny.  Thankfully Daffy has more to say this time around, and naturally the conversation turns to organs. Daffy is a fun character to write for and a great addition to the cast.  I was having a hard time figuring out how to end this one, I didn’t want to start something in the fourth…

  • depression comix

    depression comix #472

    You can see the whole comic here. I drew this at the dawn of the New Year, in the first few days of January. This was a time of general uneasiness, and it really shows in the comic. Usually I draw more cautiously optimistic comics at the beginning of the year but rarely do I just let the negativity hang out with this one. I posted this for some…