The first piece in a series of drawings I did while driving across country this month.
This was the house we lived at in Newburyport. Really busted place, but it had some mysterious charm that I can’t help but miss.
From here, I headed west to Pennsylvania.
I’m sure after the announcement of a new baby and months of no posts at all you’d expect at least a nice sketch of Fiona breastfeeding or something cute like that. But no, I give you this instead.
Amazing thing, the collective consciousness. I did this a while back for Alex Cahill, and just came across a slightly different version on a t-shirt.
The lovely folks at Modern Myths are having a signing and discussion of Freedom No. 1. Come on down to Northampton if you can make it, and we’ll talk mythology, revolution, alt-history and of course the craft of comics.
34 Bridge Street #4
Northampton, MA 01060
April 16th (Patriots Day!) at 7 PM
A little nap gave me the chance I’ve been waiting for. Painted with Brushes on the iPhone.
Hey all, lots of blog silence lately… and here be the reason why:
Fiona Foster Heffernan, born February 18th at 7:01 AM. She is my new life. There will be many more Fiona drawings to come, but I wanted to throw this little nugget out there. From her second outing into the real world.
Our baby’s going to be here any day now.
A panel from Freedom No. 2.
Today is my little-big brother’s birthday. When I think of our life growing up together, this is what I remember (although I’m sure he has a totally different perspective than I do):
Happy birthday, my brother!