Tag Archive: adventure

Lost in Lanscape: fighting creative block in wilderness (painting)

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Fighting creative blocks and painting new things, plus Godzilla monsters!

Slouching Towards Canada: Hiking the Pacific Crest Trail

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Have you heard of the Pacific Crest Trail? It goes for 2,600 miles from Mexico to Canada. It crosses some epic terrain, from soaring mountains to vast deserts. Its a physical challenge, and… Continue reading

Witness to Injustice: Montgomery, Alabama

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A life changing trip in a place you’d never expect.

Artist Life: Travelin’

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Hi everyone, I wanted to share my recent trip to NYC with you. This will be spread out over a couple posts, so stay tuned. Do you like traveling? Lately I have really… Continue reading

Cactus Man 04: Outrun by a Plant!

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Hello all, it’s Wednesday again. Happy new comic day! SCLeccentric’s got your back with brand new pages of Cactus Man. Check it out: These pages are for us backpackers. Ever have a hard… Continue reading

Cactus Man 02: Why won’t you speak?!

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Its Wednesday, so its time for new Cactus Man! Here are the first four pages of Cactus Man issue 2: Oasis. Last we checked in with Cactus Man, he was escaping from his… Continue reading

22 Pages Under the Sea

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Hello all, thanks for stopping by. Today we have the completed project that started as this year’s 24 hour comic book day. This is one of my best comics yet, so you shouldn’t… Continue reading

24 Hour Comic Book Day 2018! Pt 3

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Still in the game. The late night check in. Chrono says 16:08. 14 pages done now. I consistently do 7 pages in 8 hours. I wonder where that lost hour goes. Anyway, here… Continue reading

Defeated by the Sunol

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We tried to make a Plein aire painting. It was total defeat. Recently T and I went down to the Sunol wilderness in the East Bay. There’s a really nice spot there called… Continue reading

Sketching at the Zoo

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Check out my sketchbook and follow along on my recent road trip to the San Diego Zoo! Nothing makes you feel like an artist more than sketching in public. I recommend all artists… Continue reading