CATEGORY: American Revolution Project

Mr. Big Trouble

January 31st, 2012

A panel from Freedom No. 2.


Freedom in the mail satchel.

January 25th, 2012

Made a little mailing label for sending out review copies of Freedom No. 1. I think it’s neat.


I really love drawing comics.

November 1st, 2011

And as much as it’s a pain in the ass, I love inking with the nib. Panels from Freedom #2:


The Freedom debut at SPX 2011

September 12th, 2011

Hey everyone, A hearty thanks to the great organizers, attendees and exhibitors of SPX. The show rocked so hard, and the reception for my debut book, Freedom, totally exceeded my expectations. Thanks to all y’all who bought the book! For those of you who asked for my website to purchase the book later… I am [...]


Cowper’s Outpost

July 29th, 2011

A concept sketch for Freedom No. 2…click it for a full view.


Thank you, Xeric Foundation!

June 17th, 2011

You guys! I just won a Xeric grant to self-publish Freedom! Woo Hoo! They hooked it up too, gave me way more money than I asked for. This means, if all goes well with the printer, I’ll have Freedom #1 in my hands to debut at SPX this September! Here’s a recently redrawn panel from [...]


Dramatis Personae

April 20th, 2011

Holy crap! The 1st issue of “Freedom” is off to the Xeric foundation for review! To celebrate, howsabout I post a few character concept sketches? Click on ‘em to biggify.


Buckles and Straps.

March 15th, 2011

Michael Kennedy did a series of amazing photographs of re-enactors of the Living History Society. I did a reference sketch of one of them, trying to get a handle on all the accouterments a rebel soldier might have strapped to him. And I gave him a shave to make him a bit more historically accurate.



March 3rd, 2011

Been awhile since I posted anything related to my book. I’ve been working so hard on this shit, you guys. My hand is a claw of pain, and each panel I ink gets better. Click it and it will grow.


Platinum Carbon Black.

February 15th, 2011

I have a confession to make. I am addicted to ink. Not the process of inking mind you, which is an endless frustration peppered with moments of triumph, but the substance of the stuff itself. Ink, and the pens that contain them in fact. Alex knows what I’m talking about. I think he’s astounded by [...]

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