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Pictures in a List!

More random sketches
What the title image would have been, in a world where such things are acceptable.
A compilation of many sketches, including ones I drew in the aiports last week.
This is a photo I took of stuff I drew on the wall of our old lab with a sharpie. Very large!
A timid girl, randomly.
I made a palette-swapped series of bat icons for Mac OSX, here's a preview image.
The West Virginia Mothman! This looks like a movie poster.
A Skeleton in space.
Enne in profile.
Beireia in a chair, B+W
More screwing around with painter, it's some girl running from some thing!
A relatively high-quality image, Tatanya's Fearsome Encounter.
Continuing the Musume series, Ai Kago. I forgot to mention, these are pretty much tracing, so don't be impressed, or anything.
Just some random sketches.
A crude yet presentable picture of Beireia, mainly an experiment with painter.
This and and this are photos of my gift for Bryan and Selah's wedding. Magicstrodamus: the gathering battle plates!
Liz suggested I use photos of Morning Musume members for painting practice, so here is Eri Kamei.
Remember that old NES game, Blaster Master? You may recognize the spacesuit.
A rough scribble of Pendenne, I liked the pose well enough to put it here.
Before I decided on the current design, Adrianna Gest was going to dress like this.
I started doing oekaki, it's fun. Here are one, another, and another.
Two random ink sketches.
The number-one goon, Ourorya.
While playing aroung with Painter, this image of Miss Abinger was created
Likewise, Velel.
This, that, and the other
The new girl, and sidekick, from the high school drama set.
Yoko Matsugane
Yoko Matsugane, again.
Enne's Face
Moonshadow, the Dark Unicorn
Beireia's Face.
I worked on this picture of Beireia at the office of peril for a long time, I'm pretty pleased
Practicing photoshop color, I created this picture of a random Vedic citizen.
My Hearing is Excellent..
Ourorya summons his minions.
Some sketches I drew on the plane.
Pendenne looking uncharacteristically serious.
Enne on a giant snail
Things that shouldn't fly, are.
A ghost
Allegorical Saga At only 22 panels, calling it a saga is a stretch, but...
Xenomorrph ..as Christina Aguillara would spell it.
"People carrying people" it's kind of rough.
If you don't get it... shut up!
Kat Krack I drew this in group meeting, I think.
Pendenne's Shoulder
3 People and a Skull
Do you know this person?
A work in progress
Second disciple
Bug monster
That lady

Guest Art

Snid vs.

Snid is a stick figure who is the greatest fighter in the world. He will fight anyone you want him to. Snid vs. is a comic I started drawing for when there is too much room on the comics page of the daily texan, and we need to take up some room. I no longer edit the Texan, but I still do the comic. If you request that snid fight someone, I will draw a comic for it.
Here are the rules for Snid Vs. comics:
1. From conception to completion, no more than 15 minutes of work may go into it.
2. Three panels long.
3. One-on-one.
4. Snid Wins.

Vs. A Whale
Vs. A Car
Vs. Mag Launcher from Evolution (as requested by Joey Jonas)
Vs. You
Vs. Diablos from FF8 (as requested by not Jennifer)
Vs. Himura Kenshin (as requested by Kim)
Vs. Toad from Mario Brothers (as requested by Jason Riley)
Vs. A Vampire Cat (as requested by Tubesock)
Vs. The Invisible Man
Vs. Birdman
Vs. Billy Blanks (as requested by Liz)
Vs. His Schizophrenic 2nd Personality (as requested by Jeremy Williams)
Vs. The Great Wall of China (as requested by Barnus)
Vs. Alan Greenspan (as requested by Jesse Goldman)
Vs. Golgo 13 (as requested by Megas of Vecanti)
Vs. Ukyou Kuonji (as requested by Henna Shiklah)
Vs. The Vatican (as requested by Whatever you want to call me on your site)
Vs. An Adorable Puppy (as requested by Ryan Griffin)
Vs. A Gigantic Cactus (as requested by Cherry Friend)
Vs. Dan Hibiki (as requested by Jonathan Mendoza)
Vs. Etta Raven (as requested by Bashful Bryan)
Vs. Marc Katz (as requested by Zack Bastian)
Vs. Rock Lee (as requested by Philip)
Vs. Dante from Devil May Cry (as requested by Nliles)
Vs. Justin Timberlake (as requested by Freek Groeneveld)
Vs. Aron Ralston (as requested by Ryan Hoeger)
Vs. Arby's (as requested by Arcane Chinchilla)
Vs. His Shadow (as requested by Jonas)
Vs. Wobuffet (as requested by DPsycho)
Vs. A Black Hole (as requested by RedFord)
Vs. Agent Smith (as requested by Neb Reyhecs)
Vs. An M1 Abrams Tank (as requested by Joe Hilgard)
Vs. Leonardo DiCaprio (as requested by Logan)
Vs. The Month of March (as requested by Will Bubel)
Vs. A Suicide Bomber (as requested by Bashful Bryan)
Vs. A Suicide Bomber (Alternate)
Vs. The Act of Constantly Invoking 9/11 (as requested by John Townsend)
Vs. God (as requested by Dave Smith)
Vs. Andross from Starfox (as requested by Ian Jedrusiak)
Vs. Onizuka from GTO (as requested by ...I can't remember)
Vs. The Minus Strand of DNA (as requested by someone I forgot)
Vs. Snid (as requested by Ike Melton)
Vs. Percy Schmeiser (as requested by John de Jong)
Vs. Sumo Guy (as requested by the Jonas)
Vs. His Crippling Alcohol Dependency (as requested by Joseph B. Hilgard)
Vs. Global Warming (as requested by Will Bubel)
Vs. Sadako (as requested by GUIGUI)
Vs. Sadako: The Grudge Rematch
Vs. A Gundam (as Requested by Lucas Anderson)
Vs. The Platonic Ideal of Snid Winning (as Requested by Yorak)
Vs. Gackt (as Requested by Zucni)
Vs. A Fence (as Requested by Nobody)
Vs. Link (as Requested by Lucas Anderson)
Vs. Dr. Michio Kaku (as Requested by Inmate 2993)


Every so often, I put some crappy filler image up on One to break up the long spaces between comics. The general theme is exploring the very lowest forms of humor. Here they are, if you're into that sort of thing.

Physics Puns

I was looking through my old physics notebook, which, rather than notes on physics, contains mostly visual puns based on what the professor was saying at the time. I decided to scan some of these in and put them on the site, even though you won't really get them, since you didn't hear what he said to make me draw them. If you like puns, check these out, otherwise, stay away.


RUFO is short for "Revolucion UFO". It takes place a few months after an alien invasion was succesfully prevented by an international secret agency, sponsered by most of the industrialized nations. (This invasion is the premise of the old computer game X-com, this comic is mostly based on that game.) Now that the threat is mostly over, funding to the agency has been drastically cut. There are only three anti-alien agents left, and they each are working three or four jobs. Aliens are still attacking, but not very frequently, and without any sort of order. RUFO is a comedy, and a ridiculous one at that.

This is a comic book-sort-of-thing that I worked on during classes in high school. In the original, there really wasn't any story at all, at first, just whatever I felt like drawing at the time, most of which turned out to almost be related to one another. They are all really old, on the back of calculus handouts, and drawn in pencil, so none of them are really scanable. Since the beginning was so disjointed, not to mention poorly drawn, I went back and drew a new beginning. One of the pages is in ink, but I decided to redo this story between classes in pencil, In the hope that a lot would get done quickly. It didn't. I put what there is of it up for your inspection. The RUFO header is also a link to a character guide.


Old Art

I took some of the older art I'm no longer happy with off of this page and put it on a separate one. In the event someone still wants to see it, it's available, but you could probably find a better way to spend your time.