Oh hai, magazine cover, you look nice today

Oh hai, magazine cover, you look nice today

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Did I forget to post this? Holy cow. A recent On the Bus I’m rather fond of.

Did I forget to post this? Holy cow. A recent On the Bus I’m rather fond of.

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Good evening, here is a teeny-tiny screenshot of all my thumbnails for Then It Was Dark. Get excited, this is gonna be a super rad book.

Good evening, here is a teeny-tiny screenshot of all my thumbnails for Then It Was Dark. Get excited, this is gonna be a super rad book.

I’m pretty sure it’s ok to post this now… here’s a cover I did for This Magazine a few weeks back. (Hand selfie to follow when I receive my contributor’s copy)

I’m pretty sure it’s ok to post this now… here’s a cover I did for This Magazine a few weeks back. (Hand selfie to follow when I receive my contributor’s copy)

Obligatory Action Comics #1 spoof(Someone, please stop me, for my own good, I must be stopped)
(All kidding aside, I’m pretty sure Tom Sukanen could’ve actually lifted a car)
(get a PDF of Dustship Glory #1 here to find out what it all means)

Obligatory Action Comics #1 spoof

(Someone, please stop me, for my own good, I must be stopped)

(All kidding aside, I’m pretty sure Tom Sukanen could’ve actually lifted a car)

(get a PDF of Dustship Glory #1 here to find out what it all means)

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Next week’s On the Bus intro panel. Well, it was inevitable.

Next week’s On the Bus intro panel. Well, it was inevitable.

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A series of On the Bus intro panels from weeks gone by.

A series of On the Bus intro panels from weeks gone by.

Canadian History Lesson Time:Eaton’s was a chain of Sears-like department stores. It was originally founded in 1869 and operated a mail-order business (again, much like Sears). During the earlier part of the 20th century, people could order floorplans and materials to build houses out of the Eaton’s catalogue, in addition to clothing and other household items. Of all the far more important things I could have drawn today, I chose to work on this.…I regret nothing.(Based on the Eaton’s Plan Book of Ideal Homes, obviously)
(More info about Eaton’s)
(Oh yeah, and Dustship Glory #1, the reason behind this illo, still available as a PDF here and a print comic here)

Canadian History Lesson Time:

Eaton’s was a chain of Sears-like department stores. It was originally founded in 1869 and operated a mail-order business (again, much like Sears). During the earlier part of the 20th century, people could order floorplans and materials to build houses out of the Eaton’s catalogue, in addition to clothing and other household items. 

Of all the far more important things I could have drawn today, I chose to work on this.

…I regret nothing.

(Based on the Eaton’s Plan Book of Ideal Homes, obviously)

(More info about Eaton’s)

(Oh yeah, and Dustship Glory #1, the reason behind this illo, still available as a PDF here and a print comic here)

I think I started this in February. Not sure. I’ll finish it soon.

I think I started this in February. Not sure. I’ll finish it soon.

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Took a roadtrip out to the Sukanen museum in Moose Jaw yesterday, so here are some drawings. (That is one hell of an impressive museum, even if most of it isn’t related to Tom Sukanen) The cat successfully answered the question “Can I use watercolour in this sketchbook?” No, not really. Oh, well.

I also sold a copy of Dustship Glory #1 to some roadside burger proprietors in Chamberlain without even trying! You can still get a print version here or a PDF here, if you so desire - and check out some preview pages here.

Signal boosting much appreciated…much love <3