Posts Tagged ‘comic strip’

Double Blind 2

Wednesday, April 15th, 2015

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Above is the Beetle Bailey strip that Jason Martin and I used for the basis of our second Double Blind jam strip. I’m not embarrassed to say that the finished product made me laugh out loud like an idiot.
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Double Blind

Tuesday, April 14th, 2015

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Jason Martin told me about a type of comic jam I’d never heard of called ‘Double Blind’. You find a comic strip and one person writes new words to go with the original pictures and the other person draws new pictures to go with the original words.

Neither person sees what the other is doing while you’re working so the results can be really different than what either person intended.

We did one based on the above Blondie strip. Check it out below!

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Record Store Day!

Thursday, April 10th, 2014

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As you probably already know, Saturday April 19th is Record Store Day! To celebrate, I did this Revolve comic strip for your enjoyment (and as a reminder to get out there and support your local record store).

Personally, I’m most excited about the new Pixies album coming out as well as the 10″ record of unreleased Hank Williams, Sr. recordings. Unreleased Hank Williams… How cool is that?!?

To see the other swell releases and to find the nearest participating record store near you, check out the official site here.

To see more of my Revolve comic strips, pick up a copy of Telephone Magazine or (if you’re not from the greater Dayton area) visit their website here.

Revolve

Thursday, July 18th, 2013

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Starting with the current issue of Telephone (issue 7) my comic strip ‘Revolve’ will be printed in their comics section. Although I’ve drawn lots of comic books in the last few years I haven’t tried drawing a comic strip since I was a teenager and I’m really excited to tackle this format again. This one will appear exclusively in Telephone so be sure to give it a look.

In addition to being awesome, Telephone is free and available at most questionable establishments in the Dayton area and beyond (everywhere from Springboro to Tipp City). You can also read the entire magazine online here so even if you don’t live in the area┬áthere’s no reason not to check it out. Thanks to Kerry Brown and Juliet Fromholt for getting me involved!