Freefallin’

May 30th, 2021 Sharing a warm-up sketch this morning for two reasons: 1. Brushfire is still very much my main project that I’m working on, despite yesterday’s surprise news that I’m releasing a sequel to Flip this summer. 2. Squirrels can be dropped at any height and survive. Physics will give you all the answersContinue reading “Freefallin’”

Forward

May 20th, 2021 I won’t forget 2020 for a number of reasons. For all of the reasons, honestly. As the great poets Chumbawumba once sang: “I got knocked down.” But, like Chumbawumba goes on to say, I have to get back up again. And from the ashes comes a new look and a bold directionContinue reading “Forward”

Brushfire In-Depth: January 14th, 2021

January 14th, 2021 The creation of my first all-ages graphic novel, Brushfire, is well underway and (as promised!) here’s an update of how it’s going. This is concept art for arguably the most important location in the entire series: Faribault’s Central Park. Brushfire — which, if this is the first you’ve heard of it, isContinue reading “Brushfire In-Depth: January 14th, 2021”

Let’s Talk

December 1st, 2020 Do you write a blog? Do you articulate articles for a website? Are you a constant content generator? Do you have your own podcast? Because, if so, I have an idea: PLEASE INTERVIEW ME. As we navigate this second lockdown, I find myself with time on my hands and still looking forContinue reading “Let’s Talk”

Brushfire: Coming 2021

November 14th, 2020 Even though I’m exhausted and anxious and just not having the best year, I am also excited and pleased to announce my next project, my first all-ages graphic novel — Brushfire. This story has been a long, long time coming. It started when I was a kid. I loved a lot ofContinue reading “Brushfire: Coming 2021”