Here is the collaborative film that we made last month at a live Floating Shape Workshop event. We set up at the annual Good People Festival in Covington, and any children or families who stopped by our area were welcome to contribute to the film. Using three simple small drawings, everyone created a cycle of their own eye blinking. We then filmed them sequentially in the span of about four hours. I later added the little intro. Ilove how this one came out. Thanks again to the GPF and the Baker Hunt Art & Cultural Center for hosting us. Also thank you to my wife Jaclyn for hand-stitching the beautiful new FSW felt banner (picture below).
I currently have two ink & watercolor pieces on display and available for purchase at Wooden Hill in Westwood. They have some of the cat totes for sale. also Thanks, Amanda, and her great shop and gallery space!
"Jazz Hands" (ink & paint on tan-colored paper)
"Ocean" (ink & paint on wc paper)
Here is a six-page comic I made for the annual "Baseball Annual" published by the great literary journal Hobart Pulp. Ever year, they publish a baseball-centric issue with short writings (fiction and non), poetry, and the occasional comic. I was thrilled to get to do one ... thanks to Aaron Burch and co. at Hobart!
It's called "the Art of the Blowout" and is about the peculiar situation of a position player coming in to pitch during a lopsided, blowout game (which briefly stirs artificial excitement for the lethargic crowd). The fictional teams are the Elephants and the Golden Trout (pun intended). Hope you like it.