Cooking With Gas...
I hope everyone had a great weekend whether it was jam packed with activities or filled with sedentary relaxation.
We're moving at warp speed and I wanted to share the... Read more
Before I start rambling, check out the PUG PLEASE! cover:
(from L-R) Clyde, APNF, Lolah, Drew and Buc-ee. If you follow the webcomic, you know these... Read more
Postcards, Layouts & More
I received the A Pug Named Fender postcards from MOO and I am very pleased with how they turned out. MOO has never disappointed me, so I expected the postcards... Read more
It's Over and Beginning
It's been an interesting 45 days and now the campaign is officially over! The updates are really about to get interesting :) Expect lots of sketches, photos and video updates (so... Read more
It's Not Over
We're counting down the final days of this campaign and I have been drawing the last couple of A Pug Named Fender episodes for this month's DJ Battle. I'm also... Read more
We did it! We've reached our funding goal (with 8 days to spare).
But wait...it's not over -- you can still pledge until June 30th.
In the interim, I... Read more
It's All or Nothing
We're in the home stretch and I thought I'd share a quick video update on the project.
I also released a special episode of A Pug Named Fender today... Read more
I've read enough blogs of successful Kickstarter campaigns to know that the middle of the campaign is typically the slowest. I can't help but think of all the cool ideas... Read more
Coolest. Postcards. Ever.
This weekend, I designed the APNF postcards so they're good to go when PUG PLEASE is successfully funded!!! Check 'em out:
While You Were Sleeping
We are halfway towards our goal!
I thought I'd share my latest sketch of one of the DJ battles featuring one of my favorite DJs/producers, Todd "The Big La" Kelley... Read more
*turns on some Gap Band music*
It's only been a week since we've launched this Kickstarter campaign and we are already 38% towards our goal! I am extremely honored and... Read more
Sketch to Screen
I formatted the electronic template I'll be using to layout the book in InDesign today. It may sound simple, but it's these types of incremental steps that keep me excited... Read more