Posts made in December, 2011


Posted by on Dec 22, 2011 in Blog, Uncategorized | 0 comments

Just fooling around with mermaids for a potential 2012 project.


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Signing in New Orleans!

Posted by on Dec 21, 2011 in Blog | 0 comments

Hey “y’all,” I’m currently “letting the bonbons roll” in “the Big n’ Easy,” visiting my family for Christmas (or as we call it “down under,” “Fat Tuesday.”)

Every single day of my life until I left for college at eighteen.

Anyway, I’m having a signing event at Crescent City Comics on Freret Street uptown, next Friday (after Christmas). If you are a Louisiana-type person who understandably missed the October book release in Portland, now is the perfect opportunity to get your autographed copy of my graphic novel!


Hope to see you there!

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Christmas Card 2011

Posted by on Dec 18, 2011 in Blog, Uncategorized | 0 comments

Hey guys. Okay, by now it should be very obvious that I did not complete (or even really begin) the 30 Characters Challenge. A busy month, what can I say.

Here’s the postcard I designed for Christmas this year. The Hebrew text at the top reads “Let there be light” (Genesis 1:3) and the large Latin text at the bottom says “and the Word became flesh.” (John 1:14)


I knew that given my recent re-involvement with Jesus Christ I couldn’t get away with a snowy, jingly “secular” Christmas image this year. I also knew that I didn’t want to fall into the sort of sentimental trap of many religious Christmas cards, where the manger scene is played for cuteness or pathos or the Maji for Oriental mystery. Babies are cute, sure. A baby born in an ancient barn is an interesting story, I guess… but the point of the incarnation is that this particular baby was the same person who SPOKE THE UNIVERSE INTO EXISTENCE.


Merry Christmas, y’all! I’ll probably have some more drawings up before the 25th.

By the way, if the image looks a little weird it’s because it was optimized for print using a tutorial by the digital print sorceress Christianne Goudreau.

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