This pretty much encompasses the last… 8 months of job searching. This just happened yesterday, it was a bit ironic, and kind of pathetic. My self-doubt has been kicking my ass lately. Pardon my chicken scratch…this was one in a matter of minutes. Despite the lack of day job, I am working a lot on comics so I keep busy in that sense. I will hopefully update this more often, but we’ll see. Thanks for stoppin’ by.

Listening to… nothing at the moment.


‘ello lads and ladies.

I know, I know, I haven’t updated this in WAY TOO LONG. So here’s an update of things.

I have a new comic out– a science fiction story written by my husband and drawn by me, here’s a little info on it!

It’s about a young woman named Arisia Randir who is stuck in the worst relationship of her life. To escape, she pays for her own kidnapping. Things seem to be going according to plan until she wakes up and discovers that she is all alone on the Brochet Swimmer, the cargo ship that was her means of escape. As she begins to explore the ship, she hears her name called over the intercom.

It’s a 44-page comic, in COLOR (well, it’s one color, bluuue) if you want a preview of the first few pages, go here.

and if you want to BUY said comic, well, you can go here!

Thank you so much!! I’m starting a webcomic next month so be on the look out for updates on that!! If you want to see what else I’ve been doing art wise, go to my website and click around the galleries!!

Too long. I’d like to keep updating this but it’s been a crazy few months. Holidays and all. So what is new, let’s see, let’s see. I finished a few comics for some anthologies coming out next year and also one that already came out in November. I participated in 24-Hour Comic Day, and you can read it all right here. I’m actually in the middle of redrawing it because for some reason some effects didn’t come through. I also liked the story enough to take a bit more time to work on layouts and such. I’ll have it for print at the 2012 conventions that I’ll be attending.

I reprinted Puddles (not using Moxicopy) and am super pleased with the results. So I’ll also have that at conventions. Pictures!

Nothing got trimmed too much or completely cut off–and no ugly ink splotches and printer lines! I had used Moxicopy because they were cheap, and I got what I payed for–now they are about the same as everyone else so I had no problems finding a new printer. I found Indigo Ink Digital Printing a while ago and the process was very quick and painless. Definitely recommend them and I’ll definitely use them again.

Oh, here’s a picture of Unite and Take Over, one of the anthologies I have a comic in–written by the lovely Kayla Cagan.



Also busy working on a comic pitch, so we will see what comes of that. Details on that with be at a later date.

Started using a real brush to ink stuff instead of a brush pen and so far I’m liking the results. Though, she’s a tad cross-eyed.

The cold will do that to you.

Anyway, I hope you all had a good holiday season, whatever you may celebrate. I’m going to try to update this and my other site more often.