Friday, April 25, 2008

Louie 7 - 8 - 9

It was a busy week this week but I still managed to get in three new Louie panels.

Read the entire story here.

Monday, April 21, 2008


I like vikings and there is nothing is better than dinosaur vikings.

Friday, April 18, 2008


Here's the next three pages of Louie. I created a page on my website that will be the home of Louie. I'll be updating that page as I post the panels here. That way it will be easier to follow the story.

Read the entire story here.

Wednesday, April 16, 2008

Morning Sketches

I have to admit that two of these morning sketches weren't done in the morning. Can you tell which ones?

Sunday, April 13, 2008


I've been talking about it and planning for it long enough. Here is the first three pages of my comic Louie. I've drawn and ink enough pages to give me a small head start and I'm planing to post three panels a week till it's finished.

The story itself was inspired by a bunch of different things. Growth as an storyteller is my main goal and the best way to grow is to start telling stories. I've already found myself stretching as an artist because I'm forced to draw things I would never do if I just doodled in my sketch book. I also want to tell a story that my niece and nephew can enjoy since I know they check my blog regularly. I hope you all enjoy Louie because so far it has been a fun creation process.

Thursday, April 10, 2008

Randy Pausch

Professor Randy Pausch gives this super inspirational "Last Lecture" at Carnegie Mellon. It's over an hour long so this first one is a five minute version of the talk. My only disappointment with the talk is his early dismissal of religion. It's a little sad that such a smart inspirational guy is missing out on something that huge.

5 minute version

hour plus version

The virtual reality video he shows with the pink bunnies about 40 minutes into the talk is about the scariest thing I ever seen.

Tuesday, April 08, 2008

Morning Sketches

I got nothing to say!

Thursday, April 03, 2008

Animation Goodness

Fellow Animation Mentor Class 4 graduate and all around cool guy Martin Kirkhaug is posting some awesome links on his blog. My favorite post has to be the stuff on James Baxter. Baxter's animation is as good as it can get. His blog is becoming a regular goldmine of animation history, knowledge and pure fun! Go check it out right now!

You should also checkout his short Forever Young while your over there too. Great stuff.