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Can’t Blog… too busy…

I got an email from Joe who said, “I love Hans Memling’s “Scenes from the Passion of Christ” and “Scenes from the Life of Mary”, and Pieter Breugel’s “Hunters in the Snow” and “Netherlandish Proverbs” — in which there are many separate stories/events all occurring at once within a single unified landscape or cityscape.

Like this:

…or this:

… or these:

Joe goes on to say, “I’d like you to do a similar scene, but incorporating all or most of the parables of Christ.”


Many hours later and after amassing 691 files for reference sorted into 42 folders,

I present to you the pencils for, ‘Thirty Three Parables of Christ’:

I’ll get back to you when the inking is done.

Don’t wait up.

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Ten Years Ago…

… I was experimenting with having prints made.

One of then was the 360 degree panorama of the Last Day Room:

I trimmed it down, joined the two ends together, and voila!

The Last Day Lampshade!

Not available in stores.


But the Waverly Press deluxe edition should be coming out soon:

(Lampshade not included.)

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Back From Indy…

… it took a 12 hour drive there and 10 hours back (including breaks, border crossings and construction)…

but we made it!

It was a great show. Thanks to Rick Mandriota and everyone else who helped out.

Thanks especially to everyone that stopped by our table!!!

And we brought home a new member of our family:


Now, back to the old drawing board… hopefully.

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Exciting News!!!

As we prepare for our trip to Indianapolis for the


it has also been officially announced that I will be a guest at

The Lakes International Comic Art Festival 2023

Bowness-on-Windermere – Friday 29 September to Sunday 1 October

Where the heck is Bowness-on-Windermere, you may ask?

Well… it’s right about here:

…and it looks something like this:

As I said: very exciting!


It’s been 30 years since the Cerebus UK Tour in ’93…

we’ve got some catching up to do!


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I’ve Been Framed…

Brian C. recently framed and hung a bunch of the commissions I had done for him over the years.

This is the “Vaille Que”, (or as Shel calls it, “Chick in a Tree”)

in a frame that makes it look as if it could have just come out of the Louvre:


…and here’s “Set-a-Spell” above the “Great Wall of China” series:



…featuring the ever-popular, always hilarious, “Brian In Full Mongolian Garb Riding a Camel”: