I’m happy to report my webcomic Harambee Hills has qualified through the first round of entrants in the Amazon Comic Strip Superstar contest. The online comic will advance to the second round! Stay up-to-date on the contest by visiting http://www.amazon.com/comicstripsuperstar
Here’s a recent caricature that I illustrated for a co-worker who’s celebrating her retirement from the American Physical Society where I work as the art director.
I recently designed the mascot for the Physics Buzz Blog:
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From my webcomic: Everyone loved Michael Jackson at the office.
Triple A? It’s Mr. Bossman. I’ve got a flat. Will you please send help …
Muskegon Michigan (like the rest of the country) has a bad problem with large potholes in the the city’s streets. The paper’s publishers came up with this idea after several city officials continued to prolong the repairing of the potholes. 0325_muskegon_potholes
Here I am with Spectra. She’s the main character for a comic book I’m illustrating.
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Here I am with the Spectra’s evil nemesis, “Ms. Alignment”. She stars with Spectra in an upcoming comic book that I’
The two major newspapers in Muskegon (Michigan) have an ongoing “friendly” rivalry in a battle of editorials/opinion pages.