Thursday, February 6, 2014

Harsh takeovers.

Well, it has certainly been a while. I'm sorry to everyone that follows me here, but maintaining a website, tumblr, instagram, and all other blogging outlets has proved to be taking over slowly. I will make more of an effort to post the happenings over there here as well, but I can't promise anything. I can show you what I've been working on though.
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Tuesday, August 6, 2013

Rich Bitch

Yolandi Visser is another one of my favorites. I love her fearlessness, and her awesome hair. She loves rats, and has several as pets.

Behind the suit

I just read on tumblr why Janelle Monae wears suits all the time. Look it up, and be inspired, as I was. For the second lady in my inspirational proformer series, I give you Ms. Monae, Rocking her suit.

Monday, August 5, 2013

Funny Girl

I watched Funny Girl last night, and it is one of my favorite movies of all time. People either love or hate Babs, but the bottom line is, she is an incredible actress, and performer. I laugh when she wants me to, and I cry with her. My favorite scene is the last, where she sings "My Man" by Maurice Yvain. You watch a woman who just lost the most important thing to her, and over the course of the song, show you that her dream is more important. She must live it and waste no time, but he will always be in her heart.

Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Stop being good, new anime.

After being prompted to watch the first episode of Little Witch Academia, I fell immediately in love with Sucy, the potion dominant witchette. This is going to be a good show.


Hello everyone! I'd like to introduce The Team 90 Project! This Zine Project is dedicated to the best cartoon heroines of our time! I’m looking to gather together a collection of works to publish in a beautiful, full color zine! This is the first OFFICIAL post, and so I will put some of the basic rules here!

1. This zine is for 90s Heroines. As such, they are to be the focus of artwork, comics, and articles. We don’t have to forget about our 90s boys, but this is all about girl power!
2. This zine is for those of us who grew up in the 90s. As such, the content can be for adults. Language, topics, and graphic imagery will still need to be reviewed before it is oked for publication, but I doubt we’ll have too many problems.
3. I need artists, and writers. I’m happy to team up with writers to illustrate for an article or interview, should you need me. If there is another artist who has signed on that you’d prefer, you’ll have to message them directly.
4. As for now, the deadline for submission is April of 2014. This will give us a year to network and compile in time for big Bay Area Conventions like Zinefest, and The Alternative Press Expo.
5. After some research, I have found that some of the shows I enjoy actually began in the late 80s. The animated Beetlejuice cartoon for example first aired in 1989. As such, I’ve reached the conclusion that shows that were prominent in the 90s, or had the majority of their run in the 90s is acceptable.
6. In order to be considered for this project, it is mandatory that you email me at I will not accept any other forms of submission. Don’t be afraid. It’s more than likely that I will say yes.
That’s all I can think of for now kids! Good luck, and GO TEAM 90!

Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Betties, Beers, and Bowswers!

I'm working on a new set of prints to hopefully have done by May, or at least the summer for APE! I bring you the first of the series. Porter; Thick and Smooth If you like what you see, hit me up about a purchase! $20 for a large print, and $10 for a small one!

Saturday, March 2, 2013

Jerkwater Drones, Pages 1-5

These are the official first pages of Jerkwater Drones. I'm going to try to have a page done every week, more if I can. I hope you are interested in the story! If you are, and have questions or comments, please leave some! I love hearing feedback from you silly nerds!

Tuesday, February 5, 2013


Some doodles for a possible children's book project! It was really fun to work on!
I had the most fun with the picture of her drenched.

Sunday, December 23, 2012

Finally doing some Digital work.

More like, taking the time to do it. Since I spend a majority of my time on Netflix, I actually did a drawing of something I was watching,
This turned out to be a really good warm up, so I think I will continue to try and do that more in the future. I know that the best why to do comics is on the computer, and the whole reason I have a Cintiq is to make the work faster. I'm slowly getting accustomed to its ways, but pen and ink is still the favorite. That being said, alot of really great doodles have been happening thanks to so many wonderful inspirational books. My boyfriend and I are playing Rifts (Like Dungeons and Dragons, but with LAZORZ)with our mutual friends, one of which is Jared. We have known Jared since high school, and he was nice enough to give me to World of Warcraft artbooks. These were both really beautiful, and got me into fantasy shit again.
It isn't completed as of yet, but I'm happy with how it's coming along anyway. The other thing I've been trying to work on is doodling my original characters as much as I can, so I have visual notes for the plot. That has proven to be the most fun with Jerkwater Drones.
I made this delightful little piece the other day, full of little bits of plot that are either minor or major, like the fact that April is the Senator's daughter, and that her hair is naturally platinum blonde. Or the fact that Larissa things that she's cute, until she starts simpering like a little bitch baby. And if you were wondering what a bitch baby looks like...American McGee's Alice covered it in the sequel.
Or the fact that Charlotte is the toughest character emotionally, but is also the first to get bitten, forcing Ana to step up as baddest bitch. Someday this comic will make it to paper for good! Until then, doots continue.

Monday, November 12, 2012

making work stuff!

I was recently asked to work at home to do some new signs for the Trader Joe's I work for. San Francisco is a general theme in the local stores, so I wanted to make it a little more special. The first one is a wave in a Japanese style, both for the ocean, and for Japantown.The second is the mascot of the Doggie Diner. It's a huge floating bust on Sloat Boulevard.
The third is a seal on a rock, for the Seal Rock Inn up on Geary Boulevard, within walking distance of the famous Cliffhouse. And finally, there's the crab from the Fisherman's Wharf sign.
All together, they turned out pretty damn fantastic.
I may need to retool the Doggie Diner ones, simply because you can't see his head! I may alter it to go on the long part of the signs instead. Pretty fun though! It's the first time I've been paid to work at home. The place where my uniform is undies and nail polish.

Friday, October 19, 2012

APE 2012

Well, after a fun long weekend, we had to say goodbye to the Alternative Press Expo. All together, it was a wonderful experience, filled with information, inspiration, and incredible artists. It is the first of many more shows to come, I'm sure!
I'm following so many wonderful artists now, and I hope that I'll actually get to hang out with them soon!

Sunday, October 7, 2012

My special thanks page

I've been working hard on some artwork that I will be selling at the Alternative Press Expo. In the zine Ruth and I are doing, I wanted to include a special thanks page to those who inspire and support me.

My big inspirations are Lucy Knisley,Julia Wertz,Jason Fischer,and Faith Erin Hicks.

And then of course, the rest of those hacks I mentioned.

Friday, October 5, 2012

Official Location at APE

So buttholes! We are tabling at the Alternative Press Expo in San Francisco on October 13th and 14th.

Specifically... The Concourse 635 8th Street San Francisco, CA 94103

Ruth and I will be at table 818 A, so come by and keep us from dying a slow, painful and torturous death. (We love walking around APE, and as tablers, we won't be able to as much. That's why. In case you didn't know. We should talk more.)

Alternative Press Expo Originals

So, I will be selling quite a few originals at the Alternative Press Expo. Among them are some pin ups of my favorite Batman females. I am a huge fan of the 90s Batman animated series, so I thought it would be fitting that I paid homage to it. I did stick with Catwoman's newer styled suit, but for Harley Quin and Batgirl, I kept pretty consistent. The originals are framed, and a special LARGE Pamela Isley is in the works right now, to round off the set, but it has really been an adventure to create them, and I'm excited to see how they sell. I will be selling prints of them too, and I'm not sure of the price just yet. I think for prints, I'm gonna ask for about 20 bucks. I think the prints may end up being bigger too. We shall see!

Sunday, September 30, 2012

Papercrafting my butt off!

As we approach October and The Alternative Press Expo, I have been struggling to come up with things that people will like or want. I can only hope that papercrafting will be a good way to get some recognition, and a few followers. The progress of a papercraft is still amazing, and I really love being able to make posts from my phone about them! If you have questions about my process, or pricing, leave a comment for me!

Friday, September 28, 2012

Fanart I'm ashamed of.

Sometimes you just like a show for one character. It happens. Asuka is that character for me. Neon Genesis Evangelion is not my favorite thing. The ending sucked, the main character is by all rights a pant-shitter, my list goes on and on.
But that doesn't mean I can't do a cute pin up of one of the few decent characters from that show. I know this is my first post here in a long time, but that is because tumblr is taking over my life slowly. You can follow me on my tumblr if you like.

Friday, August 24, 2012


I didn't know what OTP even stood for at first. I was really into Kenshin when I saw it used on a website. Well. This is my OTP.

Tuesday, August 7, 2012

The groove has returned.

I haven't been feeling like working on art as of late. I am glad that it has passed! I worked on this piece AGES ago when I was trying to do a chapter end piece for the first segment of XL Gal. Abby and Tabby, being frienemies. It is unfinished because backgrounds are hard and dumb, but I will get there.

All of a sudden, Ryoko.

Again with the fanart, I know. But hey, it keeps me sharp, and it's fun to do! I used some reference for the colors of Ryoko's basic outfit, and applied them in a more hipster fashion. I am pleased with the outcome. I still say that Tenchi Muyo would have been SOOO much better WITHOUT Tenshi.