Monday, October 15, 2018

Inktober Day 15: Weak



I can't think of anything weaker than these mental midgets. They carry tiki 'torches' for pete's sake.

Superior race, my ass.

Sunday, October 14, 2018

Inktober Day 14: Clock


Ok, so all caught up for now. Today's word prompt is 'clock.'

Will we be able to figure it out before times runs out?

Inktober Day 13: Guarded


Because of yesterday's Witch event in Wyandotte I'm a little late in getting the next sketch up. It was almost done yesterday, but alas, wasn't meant to be. So, here is 'guarded.' I'll see what I can do about today's word prompt and if not the tomorrow.

In the meantime, don't touch my pumpkin.

Friday, October 12, 2018

Inktober Day 12: Whale


Today's word prompt is 'whale.' This whale skull belongs to that of a Culver's beaked whale.

Someone should make a movie about animal skeletons and ghosts that come back to haunt us for all the cruelty inflicted on them by us. That would be cool.

Thursday, October 11, 2018

Inktober Day 11: Cruel


Today's Inktober word prompt is 'Cruel.' 

And that's what this is, plain and simple.

Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Inktober Day 10: Flowing


A little splash of color for today's Inktober image. Otherwise, it could be thought of as something else, you know, something just plain old wrong.

Anyways, today's word prompt is 'flowing.' 

Witches of Wyandotte


This Saturday, the 13th, you will find me at the River's Edge Gallery in Wyandotte, MI for Shop The Dotte's event Witches of Wyandotte. So, I am hearing that there will be a parade of witches through the downtown area and maybe some kind of zombie event later in the day. The event goes from 11am to 6pm, so join me and gallery director and all-around fun guy Jeremy Hansen for the festivities. I will be doing sketches and will have my more horror related prints and such for sale. I will even bring some copies of my latest collection of cartoons, The Feral Cartoonist, which does have a horror/crime section, so it fits. 

So, click on the above links for details and if you are in the area, stop on by. It should be interesting.