Monthly Archives: February 2013

Bad Beans

Here are two early bad green beans from the development art for How Martha Saved her Parents from Green Beans. Due out in April, be sure and buy your seven copies as soon as you can! It’s all about green … Continue reading

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A Very Witchy Book

I’ve posted a bit about this already, and you’ll be sick of hearing about it by October. But that’s when A Very Witchy Spelling Bee comes out. So get ready for some witchy tales as October approaches! This was written … Continue reading

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Gorey iphone covers

I don’t even like iphone cases but this might be an exception! Cases based on Edward Gorey art!  

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Martha in April

The book, How Martha Saved Her Parents from Green Beans, written by David LaRochelle will be out in April. I was lucky enough to illustrate it. Below is a sample. I’ll be posting some samples and development work as we … Continue reading

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The Secrets to Success

Because I’m either overworked or lazy, todays post is a repost from last year. Think of it as a BEST OF posting…Anyway, here it is again for the new readers since everything on a blog is dead two minutes after … Continue reading

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Night Rise

Third in a series of new quick sketches.

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Collage and Kafka and shrimp…

I am inspired and fascinated by many different art styles. I love doing collage. In fact it was simple clip art collages (like the one above who along with a half dozen other characters ended up as short run, silk … Continue reading

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