This is a “moebius” sequence, which is sequential art that can be looped usually by having the first panel be exactly the same as the first one of which the narrative in between somehow leads to the last panel the same way it began. For being so last minute I was surprised at the result and how well it was received by the class. I didn’t want to work on it, because the content was pretty personal and taboo content and was afraid of generating the content that could cause judgment from the class. But usually when you make something personal, sometimes it is more relatable than you imagined.

This is a “moebius” sequence, which is sequential art that can be looped usually by having the first panel be exactly the same as the first one of which the narrative in between somehow leads to the last panel the same way it began. For being so last minute I was surprised at the result and how well it was received by the class. I didn’t want to work on it, because the content was pretty personal and taboo content and was afraid of generating the content that could cause judgment from the class. But usually when you make something personal, sometimes it is more relatable than you imagined.

Continue the onslaught.

Here’s a painting for the cover for the Annual KCAI Covers and Pages comic by the Juniors. We were supposed to do something about the pregnant moment. Or how I think of it an image with potential energy vs. having kinetic energy. It’s not perfect as far as the textual elements, but I’m pretty proud of the painting. I was taking a lot of influence from impressionism.

Concept for a theatre poster of a local Kansas City actor/playwrite/musician Vi Tran about his move from Vietnam to Kansas. So obviously the landscapes are not the same so what is it like with them juxtaposed next to eachother?

I also made a cool minature landscape for it as well which was fun.

Chapbook illustrations. A simple story illustrated through this mechanism that was built with a purpose. So after being broken, it can literally be pulled back together. Thus, having a new identity at the end of the process.
The actual order of the panels is different for print, but this shows it in the order that you’d read it in a storyboard format.

Chapbook illustrations. A simple story illustrated through this mechanism that was built with a purpose. So after being broken, it can literally be pulled back together. Thus, having a new identity at the end of the process.

The actual order of the panels is different for print, but this shows it in the order that you’d read it in a storyboard format.