I’m starting to dust off my 3D skills which weren’t all that great to begin with. But I’m having a lot of fun.

I’m working on a self portrait kind of thing and I recorded a time lapse of the mess last night. If you’ve a half hour to kill, take a lookie.



Which is all based on this silly sketch:



And here’s the timelapse!

A quick update on what’s been going with my life that’s been keeping me away from my YouTube channel.

Please give some love to Bryan Prindiville and his wonderful comic, Bedlam Court!


Sometimes, I draw rock posters and play a little guitar! May 9, I’ll be joining Johnny Rockstar and Erin Surrock as At-Risk Teens to perform live with Adam Warrock! I’m stupid excited you guys!

I don’t get to play often as I’d like to and I can’t think of a more exciting gig than this one. I’m a big fan of Euge’s work so to share the stage with him is a great honor. So mark your calendars, Google map Baltimore’s Sidebar, and skip that latte so you have $10 to get your tickets!


My scanner just died. I’m not sure when I’ll be able to get a new one. Hopefully late today, but if I am unable to get one sometime this week, I won’t be able to update the comic. Sooooooo FUCKKKKKKKK!!!!!

UPDATE: Alrighty, new scanner is on its way. I’ve got one guest strip so I’ll run that tomorrow and then pick things back up on Friday. BLAHHLGHEHLESLGANKJEGEE

UPDATE 2: Thanks to The Larom, comics are saved! He brought over a scanner he wasn’t using! HURRAY!


If you enjoyed the 47 Bronin, you can commemorate the comic with an exclusive poster and t-shirt! From now until March 26, you can get your hands on these limited edition items.

Basic CMYK



Backer works a bit like Kickpuncher. We’ve got three reward tiers. You won’t get charged unless the campaign reaches its funding goal.

The Bronin Backer is the only place you’ll able to get the poster and shirt. Once the campaign ends, I won’t be reprinting either item.

I’m really excited to be working with the App.net team. They’ve been very hands on with the planning and implementation of this project and I’m looking forward to working with them on future campaigns.

Here are some more detailed shots of the poster.