Zombcorg and The Great Pumpcorg are finally available as 4×6 prints! Come get your paws on these pint-sized horrors at Long Beach Comic Con this weekend! I’m at Table #1507 in the Artist Alley.
These prints will be available in my store shortly!
I’ll be at Long Beach Comic Con September 27 and 28th of September at the Long Beach Convention Center. Come check me out at Booth #1507. I’ll have more copies of Heavenly Kibble Guardian Corgi #1, and some new pony and corgi art for sale. Becky Tinker, the writer of Everstar, will be there with me at various points over the weekend, so be sure to come say hi to us!
A few weeks ago, I did an interview with the lovely folks at the Comic Relief Podcast. Tawmis is a super fun individual to chat with, and we had a real blast. We discussed Heavenly Kibble Guardian Corgi, my new gig at Thrillbent (Everstar hadn’t been announced at the time this interview was recorded), and some of my older comics. The video is embedded below if you’d like to check it out! The link begins at my portion of the podcast, but make sure to listen to the rest of the awesome comics news and reviews if you’ve got the time!
For those of you who don’t know, I’ve been working with Thrillbent Comics on a new title called Everstar that debuts this Friday, August 8th! Corrina Lawson over at GeekMom got a sneak peek at the first two chapters of Everstar! She interviewed Becky (the writer) and I last week. See what she has to say about the title I’ve been drawing since May.
“What happens when a rambunctious eleven-year-old girl becomes the captain of her very own spaceship?
Everstar, a new webseries created by Rebecca Tinker, written by Tinker and drawn by Joie Brown, releases today at Thrillbent.com and through Thrillbent’s free app. Thrillbent offered me an advance look at the first two installments and, if the rest is anything like the first two, this creative team has hit the mark perfectly…”
I’m really excited to announce that I did the front cover for Worth Taking’s new album “Art Imitates Art” that’s available on 8/12!! Worth Taking is described as “Nerds in a pop-punk band.” Check ‘em out and pre-order here!
The piece is inspired by the album’s name “Art Imitates Art.” I ended up choosing two very well known movements from art history, and combined them as if one were imitating the other. Can you guess which two I chose?