Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Prints Now Available!

Now you can get prints of some of what I consider my most successful pieces. Each one is $7.00, printed on heavy weight, photo quality paper and are suitable for framing. For a limited time, I'm throwing in free shipping flat in a rigid envelope to help thwart malicious mailman upset at Postal Service budget cuts and taking it out on you.

Wizard of Oz print

Death print

One Smart Gorilla

Atheist Romance print

Sunday, December 18, 2011

Buy my artwork on Etsy

I've started to add drawings to my Etsy shop in an effort to make it available to as broad an audience as possible. You can go over there and buy original drawings I've done and posted here, at Sketch Charlotte or Big Dog Studio.

Here is a sampling of what I've got available on Etsy.

Sunday, December 11, 2011

I'll Draw Anything For You!

(Note: This post is an exact copy of the Commissions page. I'm copying it here, because I seriously want to supplement my income.)

Want some original art?

Got a character that you love?

Need a unique gift for someone?

I'll do commissioned drawings. These will not be sketches, but fully rendered drawings, detail depending on the subject you request. All drawings will be on 8 1/2" x 11" card stock, making them easy to find a frame for. Depending on the subject matter, the medium will be charcoal or ink. Either way, you'll have a nice darkly rendered drawing to show off. The price for a drawing is $25, as long as you're not asking for more than three people in it.

I'll also do 5" x 8 1/2" for $10, with the same level of detail as the larger drawings.

I hear you asking, how will this work?

First off, e-mail me at, letting me know what you want. If you want a likeness of someone, send me a photo. I draw comics, but for you, I'll draw just about anything. When I'm done, I'll e-mail you a watermarked scan of your drawing, at a resolution of 72 dpi.

Here are some samples:

How do you get money to me? I prefer PayPal, but you can mail me a check, if you want. Once I have the money, I'll mail you your drawing in a plastic sleeve and inside a reinforced envelope, clearly marked "DO NOT BEND." If you have trouble with your mailman bending your large mail to fit, consider having it sent to a work address.


The end is rapidly approaching.

The two ladies in the first panel are the same ones from before, that hit on Jenny's boyfriend. As for the waitress, you have to wait to find out.