Tag Archives: intaglio

A New Etching

The school year is starting up.  New Princeless books will be coming out this Winter.  I editioned a new etching this morning.  So many good things.  Here’s a look at last month’s print:

What I Know

Here’s a new print from earlier this year.  Available, as usual, at my Etsy.

Suite

In January I was more ambitious than usual in terms of the number of prints I wanted to make.  Here is a suite of four, all from January of this year.  They are available over at my etsy shop.  As with all of the prints on this site, if you want one and it isn’t […]

Prints

It appears I have a little catching up to do, when it comes to sharing my prints. Times have been busy, what with picking up an extra class to teach, keeping up my work on new issues of Princeless, and working on a new children’s book.  (More on the children’s book soon. Trolls!)  Through everything, […]

Banshee

I just finished reading The Pentagon’s Brain by Annie Jacobsen.  It’s an interesting read, if unsettling.  I wonder how many science fiction authors have been fulfilled and how many have been deeply shaken by seeing their thought experiments realized by DARPA and other agencies. It’s important to think about where we have been, and where […]

Lumberjanes

I’ve been trying to catch up on Lumberjanes trades recently.  Apparently there are a couple more volumes I need to pick up, but it’s such a fun book.  The characters are great.  The art is bright and fun.  The magic is thoughtful and engaging.  There is a certain brand of fiction that combines mystery, whimsy, […]

So Close

Here’s a new print. Well, it’s from a couple of months ago, is it’s not something I just did today.  It’s still pretty new. In any case, it’s new for all of you. There’s some other new stuff around here, and you’ll get to see it eventually, so stick around. This print is available at […]

The Wine Dark Sea

So I guess I’m a little behind the mark in posting these, seeing how the SF Olympians Festival 2015 – The Wine Dark Sea, is already under way.  The festival runs from 11/4/2015 – 11/21/2015, so you haven’t missed it. In fact, go ahead and check it out if your in the San Francisco area.  […]

Let’s Just See What Haunts It

I’ve been learning some new comic lettering techniques lately.  With properly planned page layouts, lettering is relatively simple and reasonably fun.  I can’t say much for panels lacking the room to fit all of the required dialogue, but then if it were all easy, what would be the fun of it? Here’s a new print: