I think this is as good as any, way to memorialize a family trip.
Nobody makes me look better than Kevin I. Slaughter from Underworld Amusements. I’m honored and flattered he asked me to illustrate the cover of “The Gospel According To Malfew Seklew.”
Raging Abe Simpson and His Grumbling Grandson in “The Curse of the Flying Hellfish” is more Barks-like than all Don Rosa’s duck comics combined.
Here’s a bacon superhero commission I got from my man Allen. Thanks again, Allen! You’re the goodest.
If you are in Baltimore, March 29th and like gross bloody guts, then I will see you at Zombie Gras. I’ll be drawing pictures of eyeballs n’ stuff for you at the world-famous Geppi Entertainment Museum.
Check a peek at the art I did for an upcoming promotional postcard. Oh, I guess you already did that.
See ya there!
Wanna hear me talk about tracing paper? I said, DO YOU WANNA HEAR ME TALK ABOUT TRACING PAPER? Of course you do, silly billy.
Well, then, smart guy, check out this ever so delightful interview by Scott Perez Fox with yours truly on The Busy Creator Podcast.
Take it away Scott:
Prescott speaks to Cartoonist & Illustrator Josh Latta, on how he got started in art, his daily workflow and routine, and making a name for himself on the Internet. We also dissect the difference between a cartoonist and an illustrator, and question the use of hand-drawn vs. typeset lettering in comics.
Hello, Halloweeniers! Check a spooky peek at the Halloweirdos I did for Wide Awake Press.
Collect ‘em all!
Happy Halloween from our pal Monster Lou, or should I say, monster BOO? Check out her etsy store too, why don’t you? HEY-I asked you a question.
Nathan and Russell record a podcast called The Smartest Guys Available. The idea is that they invite a guest on to quiz us on a topic, and they will just make up the answers (smartestguys.com). Nathan and Russell aren’t not the smartest guys, but they’re the smartest guys available.