My comic book trilogy Water Column, about cycles of life and death in the oceans, is now availabe to read online in its entirety right here.
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Here’s a summary of my messy, weird network of websites:
JF Nexus tumblr: Here’s the first place I’ll post new comics/art that don’t fit into the other sites.
That is the realignment for you. I know, WHAAA???
The other day I was sitting around thinking I needed even more websites to maintain so I went and started Garbage Time Ghost. My old NBA art site, Garbage Time All-Stars, has been on indefinite hiatus but now that I’m ready to make some hoops arts. I’ve started with some little paintings based on tweets by ballers. If that sounds interesting to you, bust the ghost with your mouse pointer.
I’ve been trying to do one “fun” watercolor per week. Here’s the latest:
Upon completion these paintings get chucked straight into my store, priced to move. Go shop on that link. I’ll wait.
Hey, while we’re talking about the store: I’m also selling these button sets for Inkwell Looter, my Magic: The Gathering art blog:
Stocking stuffers for all of your beloved card game degenerate friends!
- My new comic, Real Axe, is now availabe for purchase here.
- I wrote up a report on the Magic: The Gathering scene at Comic-Con for Inkwell Looter. It might be kind of hard to follow if you’re not a magician, but you can still ogle photos of the drawings I produced and sold from the floor of the show.
And now: life goes on.
San Diego is about to have its annual nerd ‘n’ huckster infestation and I’ll be wallowing in there with my new comic, REAL AXE:
I’m splitting table O-13 in the Small Press Pavilion with Tammy Stellanova, toward the back of the main hall up aisle 1800. I know you’re gonna be busy waiting in line for that exclusive Jawa tea cozy but your next action item should be to proceed to our table and exchange pleasantries, goods and currency. Along with the new book I’ll have the Water Column comics and some t-shirts. See you in the maelstrom, y’all!
Some fan art I did to celebrate Rina Ayuyang’s new publishing venture, Yam Books: