28 August 2008


This year the Hussian School of Art (where I teach) is moving into the Bourse building which is located right next to Independence Hall, the Liberty Bell, and the Ben Franklin House (to name just a few of the Historic building in the Old City area of Philadelphia). I have always loved history and now I will be surrounded by it.

Having just finished 1776 by David Mc Collough, my appreciation for what those ragtag band of men accomplished knows no bounds. It really is remarkable.

27 August 2008

See you in 4 years, London!

Here is more from the series of goofy Olympic drawings in my sketchbook. Most of these are nonsensical drawings that I do while not trying to think all that much.

I've got to tell you, if you missed the presentation of the Olympic flag to the Mayor of London during the closing ceremonies you missed the best part of the olympics. He was a mess.

I have no idea why I drew a winter sport, but here you go.

And I would really like to try out something like this...

18 August 2008

13 August 2008


My wife and I have been watching the Olympics since they started on Friday. As is my custom with sports of any kind, I get bored so I open my sketchbook and start drawing.

02 August 2008

Sentence Shaper

These images will be featured in a new program for people with language disorders called "SentenceShaper® II" which will be released later this year by Psycholinguistic Technologies.

For the past 12 years I have had the privilege of completing roughly 1300 illustrations for the Sentence Shaper program as well as the design of the program's look (buttons, etc.). Overall my cartooning has had to remain the same which has been difficult considering my artistic growth. However, the biggest challenge has been that each illustration needed to easily and recognizably portray an action or entire scenario without the use of words. You'll note that motion lines are emphasized. This was to help draw the patient's eye and bring attention to an action or variation.

This latest batch of scenarios were "point-and-click" colored (due to time and budget constraints) with the help of Drew Phillips. I'll post more as time allows, God knows I have plenty to show.