Three Rules of Inspiration (or a little pep talk)

“Inspiration exists, but it has to find us working.” -Pablo Picasso Many an artist or writer will use the excuse that they must be “inspired.” I know I have personally and worst of… Continue reading

Where was I…

Happy Thanksgiving everyone! I sit here, half asleep, drinking once-hot-now-cold tea trying to remember what I was going to blog about. It’s the typical story any parent can remind you of being in… Continue reading

Okay, I’m a Mark…Or How I Learned To Love Pro Wrestling

In Mexico it’s called Lucha. In Japan there is puro resu love. And in the United States it’s just called Pro-Wrestling. I’ve been a wrestling fan since the ’80’s. I remember watching Ricky ‘The Dragon” Steamboat roll up… Continue reading

Writing and Parenthood

As a stay-at-home father I had often thought that I would have ample time to write. I couldn’t have been more wrong. Some days are wonderful power house productions where I can complete… Continue reading

Artwork #2

Most of my characters draw inspiration from somewhere. In the super hero business there’s really not much left in creativity. I’d say creative aspects come primarily in packaging and storytelling now-a-days. The Superman/God-like… Continue reading


I’ll be posting random things I like to draw and work on. I’m a huge comic book nerd so there’ll be plenty of comic art, either my own creations or drawings of established… Continue reading

Dada…Dammit: Issue 3

WHEN I WAS FOUR… I can remember waking up around 7 a.m. and having breakfast with my sister before she left for school. We lived far out in the countryside of Kentucky in… Continue reading

Dada…Dammit: Issue 2

Being a stay-at-home-father doesn’t always mean staying at home. My wife’s job sometimes calls for traveling and as such we sometimes tag along. This allows for my daughter to see quite a bit of… Continue reading

DaDa…Dammit: Issue 1

As a SAHD (Stay-at-home-Dad) and father there is a plethora of things that quite honestly piss me off. Today’s big winner was a mother. This comes on the heels of reading an article… Continue reading

Most Days…

Most days I start with a plan of getting at least something accomplished. Of course, most days that’s exactly the opposite of what happens. So far the stay-at-home aspect of my journey has nothing accomplished… Continue reading