Hey buddies, So Ive been drawing this weekly strip for the Flagpole Magazine for the last 5 years or so and instead of them burning a whole through my computer I figured I should probably put them on the internet so people can actually read them. So here they are, on a tumbler site, which I plan to update weekly with my new strips: A ROUND TOWN!!!! Feel free to tell all your friends about this amazing new development in pop culture. Thank you, -David Mack
Ive got a big test on Monday and I should be studying... i mean, i am studying, but not as well as I would like. Instead I have been doing this for the last half hour:
I officially started nursing school this semester, which has been pretty great and hard. Mainly its a lot of work and doesn't leave me time for much else, like drawing, but I still squeeze in my weekly comic for the flagpole. The problem is now that I'm in school and don't do anything besides study, I don't have much else to talk about, as can be seen here:
I started renting a studio space this summer with two friends of mine. Its really great to have a space that is dedicated to making art and to be surrounded by people who are so talented every time I want to work. Heres a picture of my space:
I went to a comic convention in Charlotte a couple weeks ago called "Heroes Con". It was really fun to meet people and sell my wares. A lot of my friends were selling original art and suggested that i do the same but all I had were my minis, so on the drive up there I decided to take some old photographs I had randomly brought and turn them into pictures of batman: FIVETHOUSANDFACES
I was recently asked to participate in a a local charity auction to benefit the Athens Green School Program. Find out more about the event facebook page HERE. Its happening March 30th at Terrapin Brewery. Here are some pictures of the rain barrel that I made for the auction:
here are a couple of illustrations I made for the cover of the flagpole. It was during the start of the school year so the theme was "back to school". The first illustration is a typical elementary classroom from the 60s and the second is a typical classroom from the not too distant future. The colors look pretty crazy on a the internet. They didn't print that bright.