Oxalis triangularis, commonly called False Shamrock, is a species of edible perennial plant in the Oxalidaceae family.
Drew this for a birthday card for a friend.
Here’s a little comic that I didn’t write. The idea was to have someone give me a 75 word action script that would be a small part of a larger story, and which I would then illustrate. I dunno. This is the only one I ever did. There are some things I really like, and some which I wonder what I was thinking.
If I recall correctly, the car going over the cliff is, of course, a 1972 AMC Gremlin X, 4 seater. I assume it has the 304cu V8 engine, full synchromesh transmission, and optional am/fm radio. Zero to Sixty in eight-point-five seconds. Gremlins were ridiculous cars, but they had awesome gas caps.
Here are some drawings from a space comic that I’m never going to finish. It was about loneliness and a semi-immortal troll/vampire thing made of maggots and flies (that’s her in the space-suit). Also it was about high contrast art, which was a problem, since that’s not where I naturally go with my drawing. Still, those are some cool moons, and there’s a good chance of that sort of thing showing up again somewhere else.
Reposting Cooking with Anne. The old one got nuked when I updated my webcomic plugin. And now comics are still broken until I make a template that orders comics correctly. But until that glorious day, here is my post apocalyptic cooking comic, in all its inconsistent glory.
Futura is one of my all-time favorite typefaces. At least two of my favorite movie directors agree. (Lately I have had a sort of romance with Univers, but Futura will always be my first love when it comes to sans-serif typefaces; it’s so pointy and round.)
Here is a card with some Futura on it. It also has a disregard for the rules of capitalization. On the inside, it says “Congratulations!”