Evening in Segovia

A little sketchbook spread to keep you satisfied denizens of the Crinkled world.shrimp, beer and spilled ink on the aqueduct


A-NiGm: A fold comic.
Explore a multidirectional maze in a collapsible universe.

Or hold a folded piece of paper covered in ink that resembles a holstein cow’s hide. Either one works.

Illustration for School Newspaper

The sketchbook doodle before entering the digital world.

Illustration for for this week’s issue of the Tartan (CMU’s Student Paper).

Lionel and the punks – Print


Chuggin’ along prototyping the mini-comics for SPX, CCS, PIX and the Pittsburgh zine fair.

As always, you can expect regular updates on the tidbits of tangible progress I make.more editing work has to be done on "pursuing" given that the printer stops short of the edge. As such, the other pages have to be scaled down so as to allow for ample snipping of the edges.


one frame per page, long and rolling horizons with engines whirring.

The gist of my newest comic exercise.

As you all know, gags aren’t my thing. At least not yet. Lewis Trondheim has been a really big influence on me and his works Mr. O and Mr. I have gotten me to trying out my own distillations of gags strips.

The comic before you needs some touching up, but for now it captures the essence of what I wanted to do. You’ll see more frames added in a bit, for now I’m getting other documents to print. The print version of this comic will be a mini comic that has one frame per page and that flips horizontally. It will be a radically different reading experience. In reality, that is how this comic should be read.

My self imposed deadline for applying to the CCS is looming and as such, I’ve got to kick myself into a higher gear. But you already knew that, didn’t you?

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