Mocca 2013 & more!


Some news!

I’ll be selling my comics and books at MoCCA Fest NYC on April 6 and 7. If you’re dropping by the fair, I’m at table D107, Blood Bakery. Come say hello!

Also, you may have noticed I changed my blog’s name recently. With time comes change and after three years, I decided that my work better fits the Ghost Cult name. Everything else will remain the same though, so no biggie. Carry on!

Otherwise, I’m working on a new book called Ghost Pizzeria. When I finish up the details, I’ll make a proper process post. For now, a preview!



Silence or Not?

It’s been about 2 weeks since I’ve worked on any serious drawings or comics. When I don’t seriously draw for this long, I start feeling like my muscles are losing their memories and I have irrational fears that when I do draw again, I’ll have to start from scratch, stick people style.

Good thing I’ve started drawing sandwich people (complete with pants) on the train.

I probably shouldn’t let this drought go on for much longer. I’ll start updating every other day again even though they’ll be doodles to start.

I think I’m going to be sick forever

I’ve been infecting and reinfecting myself with people’s colds for almost 2 months. Stay away sick people!

Here’s one for the occasion. More Hearts & Holes update soon.

This makes me laugh. But my sense of humor is weird.

Gmail Haiku

The gmail twitter had a haiku contest running where the first 140 gmail haikus got a free snazzy tshirt. I was sadly late for the boat, but here is my entry anyway fresh out of my head.

Filling the pixels
Between my heart and the web
Gmail has snuck in

Better luck to me next time!

Harder to keep up

It’s hard to keep up a blog where you personally have to update with your own work rather than finding some fun links on the internet to put up. Not that I’m complaining… ok, maybe a little but let me try to keep up.

So photos count right? HAHA, this is my shoe. Till next time!

I update more… here’s why.

I learned that I can schedule posts so I’ve been updating for the future as much as I can… That probably means I wrote this two weeks ago while I had a little time on my hands. The work isn’t much older than that so I’m keeping it fresh and clean. Anyway, it was nice chatting with you!

Breakfast for Three

A stranger walking behind me on the street was talking to his friend about how he wanted to feel satisfaction by the end of his life. He’s never satisfied with his job or love or anything.
I wish I could have followed their conversation to see what his friend said but the ice cream truck was calling my name at the corner.

This is how I feel about satisfaction though. The grass is always somehow greener on the other side. Eat ice cream instead of thinking too hard about it.