What I’ve Been Up To!

  • 29Oct

    Disney Art Drop Wrap-Up

    I did my last Disney art drops on Sunday. I’d had a couple days where I didn’t get to place any, so I released my Jack Skellington, Up, and Frozen pieces all on Sunday. I found a particularly good hiding space for the Frozen one, behind the Nikon Picture Spot sign by the carousel in

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  • 24Oct

    Universal Leave Behind: Harry Potter

    I won’t confine myself to jet the Disney Parks. I wanted to do a leave behind for Universal, and the Marvel characters seemed too easy. I haven’t really had the chance to draw Harry Potter characters, so I thought one of The Boy Who Lived would be fun. This one I put in Hagrid’s motorcycle

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  • 24Oct

    Disney Leave Behind: FIGMENT

    I can’t explain why the purple dragon of imagination resonates with me so much. I was on the original Journey to Imagination not long after EPCOT opened. I’ve actually got a Figment statue in my studio, courtesy of my friend Roger Price. There won’t be a lot of mystery where I’ll leave this one to

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  • 21Oct

    New York Comic-Con Wrap-up

    New York Comic-Con was last weekend and it remains one of my favorite shows. The separate artist alley works really well for me (your mileage may vary, of course) so sales were good and I got to meet a lot of fans old and new. I think NYC might be my biggest sketching/original art show.

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  • 20Oct

    Disney Leave Behind: UNCLE SCROOGE

    Uncle Scrooge is my favorite of the classic Disney characters. Even when I was a straight superhero reader, I still read Scrooge. The Barks stuff is just brilliant, and yes I’m totally getting the IDW Artist Edition of his work. And Don Rosa, too. He picked up the baton in the most impressive way. Scrooge

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  • 20Oct

    Disney Art Leave Behind

    I have seen more than a few artists go to the Disney Parks and leave some behind. Under the sage advice of Amy, I have decided to do the same. I’ll tweet about them when I leave them behind with some hints. It’ll start on Wednesday, so be

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The Legend of Thom Zahler!

Thom Zahler is the code name for America’s daring, highly trained special cartooning force. Its purpose: to bring awesome artwork to the world… and also to defend human freedom against Cobra, a ruthless terrorist organization determined to rule the world. But mostly the cartooning thing.

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