About the Artist

I was born a long, long, time ago in Kansas, inside a hollow log. Then I grew up, and went to college in Oklahoma, where I learned from kindly alcoholic artists. Then I moved to Dallas, Texas, where I worked at a fancy art studio for a zillion years. Then the studio went belly-up, and my friend Kim and I have freelanced ever since. We try to make as much money as we can for food, clothing, shelter, 44 oz. Diet Cokes, computers, art supplies and other essentials. Now, between advertising projects, I am working on my new comic “Neurotico.” Hope you will enjoy all of my cartoons and not send me hate mail. Cause I love you all!

54 thoughts on “About the Artist

    • Wow-I just commented on your blog about my Uncle Don serving in the Air Force. I think he was stationed in Wichita as well, a long, long time ago. I think in the early 1970’s. Small world huh? πŸ™‚

      • Ha! I was just thinking last night about how different the world was in the 70’s. No cell phones or smart phones. No video games. 8-tracks! Back then, if you were stuck waiting for something, you just had to sit there or read a book. Or reflect. Now everyone is connected to machines and brainless entertainment. I was a kid, so I would just wander around outside and look at bugs and nature. Now, I never leave my office!

      • Believe me, I know how that goes… I always had my nose stuck in a book. Now, I see everyone walking around tweeting – 120 characters is the full extent of their literary knowledge. Sigh. Glad there are people like my friends here! One thing you left out… read, sit, reflect – or get to know the person sitting next to you. Do people even do that these days? ;-\

  1. Fancy having you here… love your bio… here’s hope that my dream blog will richly inspire your own creative fulfillment… Cheers!

    Sweet and creative dreams to you and Kim.

    Arvin
    =^.|.^=

  2. Hey Steven – you crack me up, man! I have to say I admire you moxie, showing up at the convention in costume to work for followers. Classic. Absolutely classic. That calls for some serious dediction. I would expect nothing less from a Kansas boy. I married one, after all… πŸ™‚

  3. Hahah these are hilarious. And I’m now fully convinced that we’re all horrible monsters who call each other horrible so that we’re not alone in our horribleness.

    Thanks for brightening my day!

  4. Thanks for liking my post. I looked over your work and found it really cool. I like the style of your comic. Most of the time when I see comics, they’re quite simple and focus mainly on text and basic facial reactions for humour. But you put a lot of detail into your drawings and I can tell you really like doing them. I hope you’ll continue doing the things you love to do. πŸ™‚

    • Thank you for writing such a nice note! I have toyed with the idea of changing my style to something really simple like cyanide and happiness, so I could do cartoons faster. And they have millions of followers too, but I don’t think I would enjoy it as much. Good luck on your work and your blog!

    • Glad you saw the toons out there! I had forgotten about that site. I think only you and one other person saw anything on there. Thanks so much for following me, and good luck with your blog!

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