Taking Commissions!

Creator Blog, Uncategorized
750ss_smEver wanted a portrait of you and your bike?
Or of your sweetie and their bike?
Have a helmet that is screaming for custom sharpie art?
Need a logo for that new website?
Need print collateral for that big event?
Send me an email and let’s make it happen!
Sharpie helmet – $350
16×20 watercolor – $200
full color logo – $100 (multiple revisions at additional cost)
B/W logo – $50 (multiple revisions at additional cost)

Thank you to Cherry City Comic Con!

Creator Blog, Events

Thank you for such a warm welcome at Cherry City Comic Con this last weekend in Salem, Oregon. We had such a great time talking with all of you and your enthusiasm for my art was very heart warming. I just loved watching all of the little girls cosplaying Thor, Spiderman, and even a WWE wrestler, complete with full beard!

Thanks again!

Hooligan Designs and Kilted Comics at Cherry City Comic Con

comics, Creator Blog, Events

cover_compiled_part1_version2Next weekend, April 11the and 12th, I will be tabling with the Kilted Comics crew at AA 52 in Artist’s Alley in Salem, Or. Stop by, check out the new prints and the print premier of our latest comic: Ana DuPre and the Eye of the Kraken!

Tickets are just $10 for the day! Get your tickets here!

A New Year, A New Direction

Creator Blog

As you may have noticed, things have been a bit quiet here since the beginning of the year. It isn’t that I haven’t been busy creating, its that none of the projects are done yet! Also, I have been taking the time to really think about how I want to grow and develop in the coming year.

A very good friend of mine came to visit over New Years and she had some great advice on how to break out of current habits, and find new inspiration – with or without a muse. The main theme to her advice: Get OUT! Explore! Experience! Get away from the screen. (ironic that I’m typing this here, eh?)

So there you have it. I have been spending more of this year (so far) exploring and experiencing, reading and becoming more involved. So far, I’ve been to more museums and art galleries this month than I visited all of last year. I have met more creative people – in and out of the art world. I have a stack of new art books that I am devouring. Even older art books are seeing the light of day again. I have even resurrected a 52-week challenge on another forum where the artists there produce a new piece or an update to an ongoing piece each week. We critique, we offer up process advice and we cheer each other on. It has been very rewarding for everyone involved. You can follow my progress through the challenge on my tumblr account.

And, I am taking notes. I will be posting these notes here, in my new creator’s blog area, so you can follow along and I can keep my thoughts in order.

So here is to a brave new year! There is so much to learn and do and see. Let’s get this party started!