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My self-summary
Seeking a muse who seeks amusement.

I'm an artist with tons of ideas. I'm into random trivia and the news, and just about everything I draw or write has some sort of double or triple-meaning.
What I’m doing with my life
I draw topical cartoons. Someone once said that they're like "if your favorite metal album were a political cartoon." While I think it was meant to disparage, I actually liked that description. You can check them out online, at http://thisishistorictimes.com.

I'm writing a satirical comic book series which I also hope to draw. The idea started as a parody of G.I. Joe, but I think it's gotten bigger than that as I've developed it.
I’m really good at
I've been told I'm quite good at whistling.

I have a knack for drawing people, especially faces.
The first things people usually notice about me
The grandiosity of my intellect; my awe-inspiring charisma; my disarming, rapier wit; and my passion for the Arts. I am a transformational figure; a forward-thinking, legendary Man of Destiny; envied by men, adored by women.

I've also been told I have nice eyelashes.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
A Confederacy of Dunces, Sideways Stories from Wayside School, and Harold and the Purple Crayon. Kurt Vonnegut and Bill Watterson. The original OZ novels.

The Adventures of Baron Munchausen, The Big Lebowski, Dr. Strangelove, Being John Malkovich and Fight Club. Also, Primer, Nothing, Dark City, and Who Framed Roger Rabbit.

I quote Back to the Future quite a bit.


Rick and Morty, and Danger 5 are recent favorites.

Music: Mr. Bungle, Stolen Babies, and Tub Ring. Anything by Todd Smith, of Dog Fashion Disco—I enjoyed his second solo album, "Aloha" quite a bit. Old-school Junkie XL. Plus more well-known stuff like KMFDM, and Massive Attack.

I'm good friends with the Yogoman Burning Band, for those fortunate enough to be familiar with them.

Butternut squash lasagna is my favorite food. I think Easter M&Ms are the best candy ever.

I also recently realized I'm a big fan of marble rye.
Six things I could never do without
- Family and friends
- Art supplies
- Books
- Internet access
- An audience
- Plumbing
I spend a lot of time thinking about
"Do monkeys know that they are monkeys?"

Art. Current events. Storytelling. Innovative ideas, innovative actions. How can I possibly express myself fully in less than a few hundred years. What's my place in future history – what will happen to the things I make after I'm no longer around: What sorts of thoughts will they inspire in what sorts of people?

Character design is on my mind a lot, lately. Working on improving my ability to think about two-dimensional drawings in three-dimensional terms, and developing a more intuitive understanding of figure anatomy, especially muscle structure.
On a typical Friday night I am
Listening to local music, dancing somewhere, watching a movie with friends. Perhaps attending a stand-up show, and sketching the performers.
You should message me if
You want to make art, or tell stories together.
The two of us