Month: March 2016 :

See you at Denver DINK!

Eddie Wright and I will be in Colorado at the Denver DINK! convention this Friday and Saturday! We’ll have copies of Lake Imago and What I Ate When. What is “What I Ate When”, you ask? It’s a sketch diary of all my meals that I’ve eaten this year so far, catch up (to mid-February) at whatiatewhen.tumblr.com.

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And here’s something exciting! Digital Copies of Lake Imago #1 are currently on sale on Comixology for $1.99! Check it out!

 

That’s it for now, see you at DINK!

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What I Ate When

I started a new project this year to draw little sketches of everything I eat. I’ve always gotten a huge joy from drawing food, remembering what I ate and drawing from memory. I’ve also been spending a lot of time cooking and getting better at making exciting dishes. I’m going to keep doing these drawings throughout the year, and collect them all in a little book. You can also follow the progress at whatiatewhen.tumblr.com. Here we go!

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Lake Imago #1

The first issue of my new series “Lake Imago” with writer Eddie Wright is now available!

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Following a family tragedy, sisters Belle and Poppy along with childhood friend Pris head out on a camping trip for some stress-free fun. When Belle nearly drowns she undergoes a drastic, supernatural shift in personality that may cost the other two their lives.

Combining the coming-of-age terror of It Follows with the mystery of Paper Girls, Lake Imago from artist Jamaica Dyer (Weird Fishes, Fox Head Stew) and writer Eddie Wright (Tyranny of the Muse, Regular Show) is equal parts horrific, human, and hilarious.
“Haunting and yet deeply thoughtful, Lake Imago is an immensely promising study of depression and grief…”

– Nick Hanover, Loser City

“The strength of Lake Imago is that whatever monstrosities may come in subsequent issues may, perhaps, emulate the missteps and damage of childhood and child-rearing. ”
– Daniel Elkin, Your Chicken Enemy

“I love everything about it.”
– Christopher Sebela, writer of We(l)come Back and High Crimes

“We can tell from just this issue that this is going to be one hell of a horror series.”
– ComicWow

More info at lakeimago.com

Buy issue #1 on Comixology


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