Whew! It sure has been a winter, I tell you whut. Alternating illnesses, my partner’s broken rib, and then the last month I’ve spent battling bursitis and neuromuscular flareups. Good times. Anywho, let’s catch up a little bit!

I’ve put up some fun stuff on Zazzle!



This art was inspired by this outfit on Polyvore


Thanks to a generous Patron, you can go here and download a high res version of this fanart to put on a shirt for yourself!


I made another Zine! This one is all mech-suit/robots! It is digital only right now, and you can buy it on Gumroad!


I made a little painting the day Bowie died…


I’ve also compiled all of my adult coloring pages into a print-at-home book you can buy on Gumroad!


If you support me on Patreon, you can see more of the series on Monster art I’ve been tinkering with!



I also made a short comic about my favorite dog! If you support me on Patreon you can get a free e-book version! You can also read it for free here!


Again with Patreon… I documented the process of creating this fantasy map, and posted a printable version for patrons!


A recent commissioned piece of a friend that is in oceanic sciences!


Fanart inspired by the podcast Roderick on the Line!



I was fortunate enough to see a show with The Doubleclicks, Jackie Kashian, and Molly Lewis! I made this to celebrate!


I’ve also finally got a green version of the tentacles for sale on Spoonflower!



I also got to do a backdrop for the Catty B’s IN SPACE!


And! And! I also got to do some art for the new podcast Gosh Darn Fiasco!


And finally, my effort on Hourly Comics Day!




I made comics for Hourly Comic day! You can see previous efforts I’ve done in this tag. (There isn’t one for 2014, because I couldn’t face inking a day’s worth of doodles of myself crying. Rough times.)

Patreon Space

Patrons supported so much art! I did a whole month’s worth of Space Animals! I’ll be making the posts public over the course of this month. If you would like to support my art and see all of this PLUS get bonus content, you can support me here!

I haven’t consolidated many things here lately, so if you’re a bit behind on what I’ve been doing, you can check here for a log of art and stuff, and the fan-initiated art-specific Tumblr (which could use a helper mod if you’re interested! Send a message via Tumblr or something.)


Hourly Comic Day 2012

Hourly Comic Day 2012! (Click all the way through for the large size.)


Firstly, Lucy Knisley wins the day!


I didn’t think too much on scale or detail… so I ended up with lots of problems. Maybe next Year I will make a template. Since I wasn’t sure about the text being legible, I didn’t add much, but here are some notes…

Panel #1-3, typical slogs through can’t-create blocks, and thoughts of putting my eye out.

Panel #4-5, I was reading The Fault in Our Stars by John Green.

Open Letter to John Green:

Thank you. Thank you for “The Fault in Our Stars”. Thank you for your part in building the Nerdfighter community. Thank you for being BFFs with Hank, as well as being his brother. Thank you for making an adorable kid, caring for and loving him, putting even more of the Green brand of awesome into the world, hopefully leading to many generations of fighters of world suck.

Panel #6, didn’t work. Off to bed.

Panel #7-9, At the end of a week long circus of rotating pain and medical issues, this night, my back just would not stop seizing up. A bit after 7, I managed to nod off, but was up again at 9 when my back, belly, and knees became unbearable and woke me up. So I sat up for a while on the edge of my bed. For some reason it is the only comfortable seat in the house right now.

Panel #10, Woke up, brushed my teeth, then realizing blood was spilling out of my mouth. Periodontal problems recur now and then (I do what I can, but no dental coverage, and still lacking a diagnosis otherwise for pH issues), but this much blood was kind of new.

Panel #11-12, SO hungry, but too tired and sore to do much cooking. I’ve also decided that the sammich shop next door is the best sammiches I’ve had since living on the east coast.

Panel #13-17, pretty self-explanatory.

Panel #18, Dammit, Roderick. (Listening to YouTube posts from his recent show in NYC.)

Previously: 2010, 2011.