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Thursday, August 22, 2013


Welcome back gang!  Today we have a quick post celebrating a thing I did on Twitter last month when I reached 900 Followers!  I offered to do quick sketches for the first five people that asked, so here they are!  Of course, I'm actually closer to 1,000 Followers now and I don't even know what I'm gonna do to celebrate should I reach that feat!

But that's jumping ahead here.  So let's stay in the now and enjoy the CRAZY At 900 sketches...

 The first person to ask was Jim Haas from Nate The Robot who simply requested Nate the Robot.  Gotta love it when they keep it simple! 

 Next up, Darker Sho from Twitter asked me to sketch his cat Oliver.  The poor kitty lost his leg a while back and as an animal lover, I can't resist sketching something so fuzzy!

 Next, Twitter pal Rudy Trevizo asked me to sketch Goldar from Mighty Morphing Power Rangers!  Gotta say, this one really pushed me!  The point of this sketch session was to also practice quick sketches with Sharpie markers, so I can be better at Cons.  This one was a doozy, and I'm quite proud of it.

Lastly, Chris Gobbett of Midatlantic Cooking recommended ANYTHING involving Chuck Norris and the So-Bad-It's-Funny Sharknado movie.  So, I whipped up this beauty!  Personally, I could've done much better on the sharks, but practice makes perfect, and the Twittersphere seemed to like it OK.

At this point, you're no doubt saying to yourself "Hey!  Wait a minute!  You said the first FIVE followers who asked!  What a gip!"  It's true.  There was a fifth request.  You see Corey Davies of Cozworth Grind made such an awesome request, that I have something VERY special planned for it!  So stay 'tooned! 

Well folks, that's all for today.  I got a very special post planned for next week featuring some shirts I decorated for my good friend Chandra Connor.  You see, she helps run a charity auction to raise money for St. Jude's Hospitals by decorating and selling these shirts.  She got quite a few of us, including me, Jamie Cosley, Robert Deans and Michelle Hernandez to decorate these shirts and we're hoping they bring in lot of money to help out a very worthy cause.  So come back next week to see these one of a kind shirts and to find out how you can help.  In the meantime, take care and I'll catch y'all later!


  1. And what an awesome Nate it is!

  2. #4 is the best. You still need a Mr. T "Save the Sharks Foo!" sketch. I really think you should do the animation short. With newspapers dying, comics have lost thier main medium, so now you have to make your own medium. A series of shorts might go a long way to promoting the strip online. Keep up the crazy work.