Tag: drawing

  • Anti-Virus, Weeks 6-8ish – Puking into the Dilithium Chamber

    Anti-Virus, Weeks 6-8ish – Puking into the Dilithium Chamber

    In reviewing my previous two blogs, I came to the conclusion that they stink. No, it’s not because of the quality of the writing. Although, that wasn’t very good, either. But dang, it’s just a blog, not a TMZ article. Give me a break. Truthfully, they were just too negative. (Not to mention they were […]

  • Anti-Virus, Week 5 Plus Video Game Talk

    Anti-Virus, Week 5 Plus Video Game Talk

    You know what? Forget even doing the one news dump a day. I’m just not checking the news at all. I’m better off living in ignorance than being disappointed in people. Or, maybe I’ll just get all my news from NPR from now on, as it seems as boring and unsensationalized as possible. Is that […]

  • Anti-Virus, Weeks 3-4

    Anti-Virus, Weeks 3-4

    Week 3 can be summed up as, more or less, a duplicate of Week 2. In spite of what was happening in the world around me, I felt good about the use of my time and stayed positive and productive. I was Burgess Meredith in “Time Enough at Last” right before his glasses break. Week […]

  • Anti-Virus, Week 2

    Anti-Virus, Week 2

    Well, I guess I’ve adapted to this way of life…as much as one might be able. While COVID-19 is never fully out of my mind, I must admit that there have been a few times over the past week where I kind of forgot about it. Not in the sense that I don’t care, that […]

  • Hard Reset

    Hard Reset

    I almost posted a very different blog about my 2020 plans and expectations, but I had something of a revelation today concerning my approach to creativity: It’s not working. It made the original blog mostly irrelevant, but there are a couple of key points that will sneak their way into this one, too. My wife […]

  • How to Make Comics The Big Skink Way!

    How to Make Comics The Big Skink Way!

    I’ve spent the last couple of weeks telling you about these crazy comics that I make. But, I haven’t told you how I do it. How does a comic develop from that fuzzy idea I had at 2 a.m., stumbling around in the dark, looking for the bathroom, to a finished product on somebody’s bookshelf […]

  • 10 Years Later, My Creations Haven’t Come to Life and Killed Me, Yet

    10 Years Later, My Creations Haven’t Come to Life and Killed Me, Yet

    I started listening to a new podcast called ComicLab, in which comics professionals Brad Guigar and Dave Kellett (and sometimes a guest) sit down and talk about making comics and making a living from comics. It’s something of a spiritual successor to an old podcast I used to listen to called Webcomics Weekly, which also […]