Archive for June, 2013


discarded couches of portland

discarded ouch 6-6-13

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friday robots

friday robots 6-7-13

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friday robots

friday robots 6-14-13

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issue 2

issue-2-pagesTime to celebrate! I have send the files to Rink Printing for issue two of Falling Rock National Park.
issue-2-pages-close-upSubscribers: if you have moved since last time, please email me your updated address. If you aren’t a subscriber yet, why this is the perfect opportunity for you to start! Subscribe now.

Issue 2 will be arriving in your mailbox in the first half of July. Check your mailboxes!


dad day

My dad taught me to have a sense of wonder.
That, and to never take things too seriously.
(Words he lives by: the first picture is him in Vietnam.)
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Happy Father’s Day, Dad.

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issue 2 cover

The eagerly-anticipated Falling Rock National Park #2 is about to hit newsstands across the nation.
In the meantime, here is a sneak peek.
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issue-2-back-cover-FINALSubscribe here!


issue 2 sketches

A few unused cover ideas for the upcoming Issue 2. They were drawn in black & white.
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friday robots

friday robots 6-21-13

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discarded couches of portland

A lovely couch seen this afternoon on NE Fremont, near a bar of high repute (reputedly).
Discarded couch 6-23-13

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Dear Mr. Watterson

This is my Julie & Julia moment. Falling Rock National Park has made its big screen debut. If you are able to see the new full-length documentary Dear Mr. Watterson, do so! Falling Rock shows up among a number of comics that have been influenced by the venerable creator of Calvin and Hobbes.
http://www.dearmrwatterson.com
Dear Mr. Watterson
Those of you who know me, either through this blog or in person, know what a huge influence Bill Waaterson’s work has on everything I draw. Calvin and Hobbes was not the first comic strip I ever read, but it was the one that changed my life. Garfield got me into reading comics, and Calvin and Hobbes made me realize I should be MAKING comics.

Although I have not yet seen Dear Mr. Watterson, I am anxiously awaiting the time when it moves from the festival circuit, where it has been making the rounds, to a theatrical release. If any of you dear readers have seen it, let me know! I’m curious how Falling Rock looks on the big screen.