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My top 9 features walks on the beach, my late mom, San Diego Comic Con, drawing at the Vietnam Memorial, candy sushi, plenty of time with @hellokellykuhl and a post from @spill_drink_and_draw. It’s been quite a good year. #top9 #sdcc2019 #cosplay #spillsantaana
Rereading 13 years later. Impressed @_scott_mccloud’s “Chapter 5-1/2” is still online. I have a record of bookmarking it in 2006. Also, I’ve made some comics. Never to late to start making things. Bookmark by @ronnyvardyart
I don’t do resolutions for a new year. Don’t really even believe in them. But I made 4 pieces for @burn_all_books in 2019. Follow and Support them! Wherever I publish, more comics are coming. #indiecomics #risograph #localbookstore
Sorry I’m running late my United flight on a 757-200 had an engine failure necessitating a non-emergency landing in the Mile High City and a stopover. I think I’ll use my lunch voucher on a Bloody Mary. (I kid, it was all handled very professionally. From fault to safe landing was about 25 minutes).
Corpsman James J Crawford 2nd/506 “Curahees” 101st Airborne Div. Vietnam 1969-1970. Our visits to Virginia co-incident with Veteran’s Day. There’s a ceremony happening here at The Wall today and we’re checking it out.
Me. Taken possibly in San Diego after we got back from New Orleans. I’m 12, i think. Playing my Epoch Galaxy II game (pretty sure it was unlicensed Galaxian) which I loved so much. I‘ve no idea who took this photo or why it was taken.
Today’s #inktober is a collaboration with my late Tata. My Mom told me he would draw this little dog whenever he was idle. I surely wish I could talk to him about it. Maybe my aunties know more about this little guy though. #inktober2019. Made with @Procreate
Expression time for #inktober2019 — happy to see how people interpret #INKTOBER. The thing should be fun not a soul-crushing grind. If it’s a grind put the darn pen down, rent Booksmart, get a treat, and chill. Malala.
My jury duty service has been completed. 3 weeks. 13 full days. An extraordinary experience. I drew every witness and took extensive notes but i left those all behind and no photography was allowed. I feel I served diligently as juror and foreperson. At some point I’ll write about it or maybe zine about it. Not today. Today I rest.