Sunday, December 12, 2010

My work in the "Party Crashers" show at the Arlington Arts Center

Moving Stripes
and TTID Fugue (for Bruce Conner) (digital animations, 2010 and 2009, respectively):

Original art from my Ruins project (ink on paper, 2008, 2010):

"Two of the Missing Pages from The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym" (ink on paper, 2008):

For more info on the show, see here.

Sunday, September 05, 2010

You are invited...

More specifically, this is at Franklin College, in Franklin, IN, just outside of Indianapolis.

(cross-posted with Abstract Comics)

Tuesday, August 17, 2010

One more sketchbook page

...because sometimes you just feel like hatching.

Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Sketchbook pages, July-August 2010

In chronological order, July 18-August 5:

Each page 11" x 14". Many of them were drawn in pencil and I had to darken then somewhat in photoshop so as to make them readable on the web.

Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Tuesday, June 22, 2010


I've been posting a number of my asemic works of the last few years on Satu Kaikonen's blog foffof. Some of these you may have seen before, but I think they look better in these versions.

(Actually, I'm not sure the top two images qualify as "asemic" at all. But they seemed to fit in with the general groove at foffof.)

For the full-size images, go here.

Thursday, June 17, 2010

Toward a new "24 x 24"

As I mentioned in my last post, I seem to be continuing to work in the "24 x 24" format. Here, gathered together, are the strips I have so far that might go into a "24 x 24" part II. In order:
"You Shall Become a Part of Your New Moon," "Explosion"
"Just So Story," "Betty's Walk"
"Amoebas 2," "Imbroglio"
"Greenhouse" 1 and 2
"Fossil Flood" 1 and 2
I'm only showing them side by side to get a sense of the work so far; in the final version most of them will be probably paired with other pieces. By the way, I'm not planning to work on this in a concerted manner currently--I am focusing on other projects, but I know this format so well that every once in a while I just find myself making one of these pages. I think I'll let it grow organically, rather than push it.

"Betty's Walk," above, is of course the black and white portion of the color "Betty's Walk." Also in similar format, but impossible to convert to black and white, is "Blue Growth 2":