Friday, January 6, 2017


Hey all... It's been pretty much a year... We've launched a patreon page for our comic Robbie of Lockship, and if you'd like to support us, anything and everything is appreciated. Thank you guys!

Friday, January 1, 2016

Robbie of Lockship

New Year's resolution: weekly webcomic!
Check it out at
First page will be posted next week!

Tuesday, August 4, 2015

Comics and Stuff

Never update, had a baby!

 My comic is on comixology!
If' you'd prefer a physical copy, they're here, but much more expensive.

 In the meantime, I've started 2 new projects, one serious, and the other.. not so much.
The second one has actual screentones on it, which are really cool.

Friday, April 10, 2015

Thoughts on the BFA program at UVU

Hey all, I thought I'd just post a few thoughts that I've had about the program at UVU, and in particular, the BFA project itself, in case these would be helpful for someone going through the program right now.  Overall I really enjoyed the program, I learned a lot, and I feel like I grew a ton as an artist. So..
  1.  The teachers were really great, but the system and structure of the college system made it hard to always make the progress towards the degree that should be made.  Sometimes a class wouldn't be available, or you would have to wait for a year to take one that precludes another.
  2. Once I decided to work on my projects in my classes in the way that I always lean towards (for me that means doing things stylized, with an emphasis on line), I did better on the assignments, and enjoyed them more.  When I stopped feeling pressured to approach a project the way my teachers would, or I thought they wanted me to, it was a lot easier to do better work.
  3. I had an extra year to work on my BFA project because I thought I had fewer classes left than I did.  This was extremely helpful for me to draw a forty page comic.  My advice would be to be thinking about the project long before you actually take the class, and then to try to work as consistently as possible.
  4. The BFA class was by far the easiest class to put off, and was almost always behind my other classes in terms of priority, which is exactly the opposite of how it should be.  It's the most important class that you take, and should give you a portfolio going out of the program.
  5. I would recommend doing something that is unique.  I did a comic, and when I was done, it was something that that was contained, a whole story, and I could hold it in my hand.  That experience made it feel like my show was more than just a show, more than just a project.  I made something special that exists outside of the one time that people came to see it.  Everyone that got a copy can read it again, and so it can continue to be seen. So unique means something that isn't just a series of images.   
  6. I guess the last thing is that I would switch the teachers you take BFA with.  I took it with Perry at first, and I thought I would the second time, but I really enjoyed taking it with Don too the second time, and I'm really glad I did.
Anyway, that's all! I'll try to post every now and then :3

Sunday, February 22, 2015

Empty Sands

Hey all, my BFA show is done!
It went great and was a ton of fun.  It was great to see all my friends and family.
If you didn't get my comic, and you want it, it's available here for 5 dollars. 

It was a little scary (or a ton) because I was waiting on the shipment of the reprints for my comic, and they got there at 5, right when my show was supposed to start.  But they turned out great, and it was really amazing to have the physical product in my hands at the show.
These are the printers I went with, and I would highly recommend them, as they printed something that looked good, and they went more than the extra mile to help me out. 

So this means I'm done with school, I have a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree, and I don't have to do anything else ever again.  Except be a dad :3

Monday, January 26, 2015

BFA is done!

My project is done!  40 pages total, plus however many I trashed or redrew.  I'm getting 200 copies printed, and they will be available for sale at my show, and from me. 
It's been a long time coming... I've been working on this story for about 2 years.