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Category Archives: Graphic Design
Latest project is a cover for a Chemicals & Commodities catalog.
I recently started DMing (that’s Dungeon Mastering or running a Dungeons & Dragons game for all you non-RPGers out there). After each campaign, I intend to summarize the session events in a campaign journal as well as doing a spot … Continue reading
The first up of additional color ways is the “Berserker”. This edition will be very limited to only 10. You can pre-order now by visiting www.fullblownink.bigcartel.com. Release date is tentatively late Summer or Fall 2015 Be on the look out for … Continue reading
Available to purchase HERE for $8. 4.5 x 6.5″, 1 color, signed and numbered edition of 53. USA Shipping only.
Time is getting close for the Kickstarter campaign to launch. This is a mock of the promo cards that I designed that are being sent to toy art galleries all over the US. In the meantime, you can view a … Continue reading
In addition to my Mini Oujias, I also have these Ouija Keepsake Boxes. Dimensions 5.875″ x 4.1875″ x 1.125″. Perfect for a gift or table-top decor. $20 (includes shipping).
I have designed my own Ouija. I have mini boards available for purchase! Boards are 5 x 7″. Comes with hand-cut planchette. The distressing process used to create these boards makes each one slightly unique. Boards are $20 (includes shipping). … Continue reading
CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE ON OR AFTER MARCH 2. If you haven’t heard of Abandon Jalopy, you should check them out. It’s Brad Smith’s (of Blind Melon) band. He has 2 terrific albums out and is doing a few dates … Continue reading
Making a custom figure for a friend about to be deployed. Figure in the works…