Alison Atkin, graduate student of archaeology at the University of Sheffield, made a brilliant poster on the modeling of plagued versus non-plagued cemetery collections. The poster debuted at the British Association of Biological Anthropology and Osteoarchaeology (BABAO) conference, where it won the Bill White prize (Atkin, 2014)! It will also be… Read more“A Poster Child for Academic Posters”
With all of the things going on, I forgot for a time that issue 4 of my comic was incomplete on this very site! I have begun work on issue 5, mostly at the weekly Geek Night at Eastside Tavern with a side of San Diego trip, so I think… Read more“Read Keeley: Comic Hero Extraordinaire #4!”
I’ve noticed a few goofs in the professional comics I’ve read recently. Matt Fraction’s Hawkeye #1’s “fibia” was just the tip of the iceberg. Here are three that can be loosely filed under “laziness.” The respective teams involved really could have done a little bit more work to give the… Read more“Comics Goofs Past and Present”
I’m sure you’ve noticed my Twitter feed in the upper-right corner of this page. “Why do you use Twitter?” people ask me. I do it because oftentimes I want to say something but there are just too few words for a whole blog post. So I make it a sentence… Read more“Did You Know Keeley Has Her Own Twitter?”
Matt Fraction‘s Hawkeye comic is a groundbreaking mix of memorable characters, superb art, innovative layouts, and engaging adventure. Issue 1, page 2 has a rather egregious error in the dialog, though:
I just uploaded all of the pages that comprise Keeley: Comic Hero Extraordinaire issue 4 to Ka-Blam.com, my comic printer of choice. It’s done! Amazing what I can do with no immediate pressing concerns and a self-imposed deadline. It will take around two weeks to get a physical copy. Once… Read more“Keeley: Comic Hero Extraordinaire #4 is Done!!!”
I’m working on page 19 of Keeley issue 4! I worked a little harder than I had intended on the background. On the plus side I like it. But man am I tired. I penciled myself in the corner by arranging the characters in a way that conflicted with how… Read more“”
If you haven’t gotten a copy of the Mid Missouri Comics Anthology 2009 at Rock Bottom Comics, you should definitely get it soon! Here I present a page that was left out, which would’ve been the introductory page to my chapter of comics. I drew it over around two hours… Read more“Mid-Missouri Comics Anthology Deleted Scene”
Can’t… stop… working on paper. Must… force myself… to do… something else, like enjoy these Family Circus parodies.
But this time it’s to support my friend Mo, and her miniatures! And by the way, the dim sum tray mentioned in the article is in my possession now. It’s awesome!