ROTKA on “Ain’t it Cool News”

So have you ever heard of this little website called “Ain’t it Cool News”?  Damn right you have, they’re huge. Well on the websites weekly column, “Saturday Shorts”, they’ve written up and featured my 2013 film “ROTKA: RISE OF THE KITCHEN...

Bleeding Ink 7

Bleeding Ink marches bravely on with jokes that are in no way a reflection on the Artists state of mind.  No, this comic isn’t a cry for help.  Why do you...

Bleeding Ink 6

Guy Smiley is a creature that haunts my nightmares, he is also somewhat inspired by a character in a Sandman Story. Oh and here’s a bit more food for thought, can you guess what the blue haired chick is saying?  Google it if...

Bleeding Ink 5

I feel like pointing out a few fun factoid. The character of Horas has a cat.  The cat is named Mr. Mushnik after my best friend Alex’s recently deceased cat, Butch.  You might be thinking that this doesn’t logically follow, but if you moved inside my mind you’d...

TACP: 1

Meet Chadwick Periwinkle.  He is a monster.

ROTKA: Rise of the Kitchen Appliances

I give you Rise of the Kitchen Appliances   I give you the Rise of the Kitchen Appliances, or ROTKA. Completed in 2013 with Emo Philips, Jaqueline Steiger, Philip Wilburn, Kipleigh Brown, Gene Thorkilson and starring Jonathon Holborn.  Hey, you can even hear me as the voice of...

Bleeding Ink 4

In this one I tried writing the words in my own hand, rather than use a font. I promise to never do it...

Bleeding Ink 3

Alright, I’m gonna make a bad artist confession.  At this point in the comic I hadn’t really decided what Horas Flowerchild looked like, which is why her face design slightly changes from panel to panel in this...

Bleeding Ink 2

And now the story begins.  Yes, this comic will have a story.  Sort of.  I promise...

Bleeding Ink 1

You see that date all full of promises?  Lies.  All dirty lies.  Anyway you should still read...

Original Bleeding Ink

  One not-very-special day, a stunningly handsome man falls to his knees, casts his fist up in the air and releases a creative roar.  That man is Stimson Snead and that roar was Bleeding Ink.  A college newspaper comic that lasted only breifly before being yanked do to content...