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This is the full response I sent to SD City Beat for “On the Cover.”

Madness. Anyone who’s been down to Comic-Con knows it first hand. I want you to feel the crowds, the visual overload, the fantastic claustrophobia that you get when you take a photo down there where everyone strikes a pose and tries to squeeze in…

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Thumbprint Gallery artists collaborated with So Say We All writers. The writers supplemented our pieces with their words. In this video, Justin Hudnall reads his piece, The Light for the Lonely, which he wrote to my piece, The Office…

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I was looking thru some old albums and found this postcard that my brother wrote to himself on this day (April 18) in 1991. It looks like an Earth Day card from elementary school. The rendering is pretty meticulous with the borders and vertical stroke coloring. You can see his framing composition at an early stage – foreground rock for depth, centered sunset, reflection over the water. Geezus, Rolando. You were on some other stuff back then.

Read his letter to himself from himself below…
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This one was requested by @g35pm on Instagram.  A cool thing about this particular mecha is that it looks different in each episode. I read an interview where this series’ animators were trying to outdo themselves on each cut, so the frames became more and more complex. Even the design evolved. I can’t even tell you what this mech’s color scheme is because things change from shot to shot. It also has one of the most complex head designs – pretty sure I didn’t draw it right. So, here we have… Read More