Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Subscribe to Fred the Mustard Packet on Webtoons

Webtoons is a great platform for comics. Check out Fred and all of the other stuff there. They even have an official Star Wars comic. Marc Silvestri even did a story on Webtoons!

I hope to launch Capt. Strawberry and the Ice Cream Pirates there soon!

There... I said it!

Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Fred the Mustard Packet is up on Webtoons!

We are taking a dive into the big pond now! We have Fred's comics staring up on Webtoons! Like it, share it, subscribe to it! Hey, you can also check out The Cross Guardian while you're there too!


All the best,


Sunday, February 26, 2017

Rhino Toad Shirts!

The above link will lead you to glory.


They are both size L.

Designed by me and silk screened by Hamster Labs.

Thank you,


Sunday, February 12, 2017

Desert Doods & Patreon

The above link is our Patreon profile where people can be subscribers to our studio and be the first to see almost everything. It's a great platform it allows people to get product from their favorite artists almost as fast as it's created, and it provides financial support to creators. Hey, it has to be great. It's where Desert Doods was born!

Wednesday, January 4, 2017

Haldi Enterprises Logo

When Philip Haldiman began the comic book My Big Break, we needed a logo for his newly formed enterprise. Phil's a creative guy. He's a comic book writer, a poet, a journalist, and a podcaster. So, having a logo that's just pegged onto the business of comic books wouldn't do Phil justice. His creativity sparked me to create a hand drawn piece to it, and his professionalism led me to create a piece of the logo that would be more like some one would see in a newspaper or magazine. So, it's a duo logo serving both creativity and professionalism. Thanks Phil, for trusting me with this task!

Sunday, December 4, 2016

December 3, 2016... Thank You!

December 3, 2016 = One of the Greatest Days of my Life

The day starts by going out to a nice breakfast at the neighborhood sports bar with my adorable wife. Already the day is sweet.

After that, my dear wife and I went to a special event that happened at Seeds for Autism near downtown Phoenix. It's a great organization. They bring out the best from their students, and it showed. We got some treats and some of the students taught us how to make our own Christmas Tree Ornaments. We made jokes about burnt cookies and superheroes. And, we walked out with some pretty great purchases as well. Already the day is heartwarming.

Then I had a couple of hours to do some fun cartooning work! This day is already fulfilling.

Next, my adorable wife and I go to a birthday party, not just any birthday party... it's the second birthday of our oh-so-cute twin nieces! We got to see lots of family and three of our nieces! Sweet treats, toys, a bouncy house were also involved! Already the day is amazing.

Evening comes. I prepare my space-alien puppet and suit up as "Jolly the Elf" for Chandler's holiday light parade. I got to be in the parade with my buddies from ImprovMania. The folks that perform there are just amazing people and great friends. And, many of the ImprovManiacs brought their adorable families. Those little kids said or did something funny or cute like every half-minute. I sat in the trunk of the ImprovMania car with the puppet. Dave drove the car getting the enormous chants and cheers from thousands upon thousands of smiling attendees of the parade. Then as the car drove by the crowd got a second little piece of humor when they saw me with the puppet. Watching the faces, young and old, light up when they saw me was a true joy. The evening was a blast!

Night has fallen. I pick up my wonderful wife to do an improv show at the Torch Theatre. We see many of our best friends there. We put on a great show that got howls of laughter. This whole day and night was so, so great!

Not everyday can be this perfect. Yet, this one was. Thank you December 3, 2016 and thank you to everyone who was a part of it!

Now, here's a randumb cartoon that I drew about 4-5 years ago.

Friday, November 25, 2016

Chandler Comedy Festival

We've had the recent honor of being trusted with the design of the Chandler Comedy Festival's logo.

We wanted to make a big impact with this one, so we were heavy on the primary colors. Also, we wanted it to have the old look of vaudeville without being too heavy handed, so we essentially made the logo to be a very abstract image of a drum that has been busted through with the text. The image of the busted drum in one form or another has been a part of Ernie Kovacs TV shows, Bozo the Clown, The Muppets, and more comedic productions. And, the abstraction of a drum image gives us the shape of a circle, which plays well for logos.

We're proud to have this as a part of our portfolio and the Chandler Comedy Festival sounds like a blast!

If you're interested in being a part of that festival either as a performer or an audience member, check out the above link.

Thanks, guys, and keep AZ weird!