The Friday, Feb. 22 Oregonian A&E cover. Pencils and inks by yrs. truly. Colors (in two variations) by Bill Mudron. (They went with the blue backdrop for newsprint, but posted both online.) Click to enlarge.
Super-rough sketch for my contribution to my pal Robert Wagner's Seekrit Project. (Look closely and you'll see it was drawn in my movie-review notebook for "Identity Thief," so I guess that evening wasn't a total waste.) Click to enlarge. More soon.
UPDATE:You can also download a PDF ebook version of this comicright here.
Every so often, the nice folks at the Portland Opera invite a bunch of cartoonists (incl. yrs. truly) to come watch dress rehearsals and sketch whatever we want.
On Monday, the Opera invited us to the dress rehearsal of "Don Giovanni." (Everyone's Twitter posts from the evening are collected at #pdxgiovanni. The Opera posted everyone's sketches here.) As usual, I speed-drew a "live comics adaptation" of the show, during the show. When the lights came up, I put down my pen.
Old concept sketches for "Pell Mell Hotel," a late-'90s / early-oughts comic idea I never quite wrapped my head around. The idea was that the guy in the trenchcoat and the bird (updates of my old college-comic-strip characters) got jobs in a hotel that catered exclusively to supernatural beings and characters from fiction (hence some of the famous cameos in the crowd shots).