Saturday, October 24, 2009

Tiger Bee is now available for purchase!

Hi guys, Tiger Bee can now be purchased from here if you have a Paypal account (it's super easy to get one). Domestic shipping is a low low $1!
If you are an international buyer please contact me first so we can arrange shipping costs! (it'll probably be around $6) Email me if you have any questions.

30 pages of comic + 4 pages of bonus material (36 pages in all)
8.5 x 11 softcover
A little girl from a group of refugees becomes separated from her family when crossing the Mekong River...

First printing is now sold out! Second printing will be available at APE (oct 1-2, 2011).

Monday, October 19, 2009

APE 2009

I had a good time at APE, it was an interesting experience and I met a lot of people! I am thinking of doing it again next year if I have something new done by then!

I have some prints and comics left so I will be setting up a way to purchase them through paypal soon. I will have to charge for s/h but I'm going to try to keep the costs as low as a possibly.

Monday, October 05, 2009

APE 2009 (OCT. 17-18)

Hey guys me, Valerie LaPointe, and Emma Coats are going to have our girlie Pixar table at APE this year!

We're at table 216 so come by and visit/buy our stuff. I'll be selling my comic book and the tiger prints. Whatever I have left will be sold from this blog.

See you there!

Monday, August 17, 2009

Holy smokes batman

It's a comic! Um, sans text. guarantees this will be done for APE. It theoretically takes place in Laos and has a little girl and a tiger in it. It'll be printed in 8.5 x 11 format and will have about 25 - 30 pages, I think.

The tiger prints below are about 30" x 20". They will look super in your living/bed room. I have about 40 of them and will be selling them at APE in October. Any leftovers will be sold on this blog for $25.

Tuesday, July 28, 2009


Hey guys I'm going to be at APE this year selling silkscreens and (supposedly, maybe, possibly) a comic.

Here is a sneak peek of a set I did:

Monday, March 30, 2009

Mr. Fox's den

I did a painting of Mr. Fox's den. I always wanted to finish my Fantastic Mr. Fox project and now that I look at it, redo some parts too. All in due time of course!

Thursday, February 19, 2009

Hidden things. Lost things.

These are mostly lighting keys. That may look something or nothing like the movie. :)

The sisters after their "collision" in act 3.

The world was supposed to turn gray but I think they went with white to make a more dramatic change, since Act 3 is rather dark throughout.

The rocks the cat hides behind in the beginning. Which looks nothing like it haha.

The movie takes place in Oregon, which has a lot more filtered light then in California. It's very cloudy, but bright there!

Bobinski in the tulip bed at the end of the movie.

Coraline in the apple blossoms at night.

Concept art for how the climax scene might have looked.

Let's see if I can find the rest of the stuff....

Wednesday, February 18, 2009

That's C-O-R-A-L-I-N-E!

Hi. Long time no post.

I just heard that people are putting up their Coraline work. Hope everyone watched it already, some of these are spoilerific.

I came onto the project pretty late in production and for only 3 1/2 months, so I mostly did lighting keys for Act 3 and a couple prop designs here and there.

This is the "other" world disintegrating. What happens in the movie doesn't really look like this though... It was still fun to paint, having plants, trees, the floor all unraveling, and the sky breaking up.

This image was printed on a cake and I ATE a piece of it. Awesome and weird!

I will post the rest tomorrow, it's on another computer.