Archive for the ‘sketchbook’ Category

Happy Birthday Tanya!

Monday, March 23rd, 2009

spence with hatsSorry, Tanya, for missing your birthday and not fulfilling your wish. I was putting the finishing touches on today’s strip on Saturday night in hopes of posting for Sunday, but then the chills, fever, and sore throat knocked me out for a day and a half. So I thought I’d try to make it up to you with a sketch of Spence, a man of many (party) hats. I’ll also send you a signed print of your choosing. Just send me a strip number and an address (and anything special you want inscribed) to prematurely (dot) disappointed (at) yahoo (dot) com. And for anyone else reading this who is also long-awating a print, I finally have time to get them out so you should get it soon! You could drop me a line to remind me though (it’s been a while).

1-14 Sketchbook on

Thursday, January 14th, 2010

Part of my overhaul was on an internal level, that of making priorities of my comic(s) and getting them out to the public.  To that end I resolved to include some content every day (at least weekday), even if it’s just what I’m thinking about (boobs), what I won (or lost) on Ebay (a Griffey Jr. game used bat card), or what crappy tv I watched last night (Mercy, Better Off Ted, ECW and reruns of John Oliver’s New York Stand-Up Show on Comedy Central). Plus I resolved to draw something–anything–every day as well, since most of my waiting-in-the-weeds projects are art related and it will keep me in constant contact with the drawing desk and not the computer, one main thing pulling me from “pd”. So since I started posting new strips yesterday, I gotta get something up today. But my computer got sick last night so I was fixing that instead of drawing. So I’ll show you what I did over my little break. As it’s not “pd” related, I’ve posted it over on my other site where I collect all my other miscellaneous doodles, as I will do in the future. Check it out - if you dare!

1/19 – SKETCHBOOK: Spence in the Spotlight

Tuesday, January 19th, 2010


Quite literally. Spencer as a double-O spy? You never know with the overgrown boy of mystery.