Tuesday, March 1, 2011


hey Hey HEY Everybody!

It's March 2011! Spring is around the corner (for those of us in the northern hemisphere).
It looks like spring is a time for makin' babies and not having em, 'cause I only got one birthday call this month - cartoonist and phenomenal caricaturist, Brett Willis, celebrates a birthday on the 21st. Check him out on his site or on Facebook and show the stud some love.

I've got a treat for you this month. I'll be sharing not one, not two, but three Q&As with you this month. Northwest Press is a new LGBT publishing company and I've got interviews with the founder, Zan Christensen, and 2 of their creators Jon Macy and Justin Hall.
The more companies out there that support or cater to the gay community, the more opportunities there are for gay artist and writers to share their work. So, I'm happy to give a shout out for another gay publishing house and even happier to share their goods with you all.

I've got my hands full with a couple of commissions and personal projects so I won't have much art to share this month, but I will of course be posting the next in my zodiac series and I wouldn't rule out the possibility of a quicky here or there ;)

Until next week, folks. Enjoy my "Lucky Charms Lad"


  1. WAAAHHHH!!! Jezza -- you drew a SUPER SEXY red-haired Hunk with a HUGE dick AND a HUGE Good Luck Bear!!!! I LOOOVE IT!!! I have a weakness for those cuddly (yet sometimes a little nauseating) Care Bears, and in fact, I have a Good Luck bear just like the one you drew -- that big too! HA! HA! HA! Though I've never held him quite like that! LOL! XD

    AWESOME work as always, dear friend. Super fun stuff!

    Big Big Hugz + kisses,
    Patrick XOXOX

  2. Thanks boys!
    Cute and cuddly was the aim.

  3. LOL-- I had the Good Luck Bear figurine as a kid-- and HATED him because he was winking. I used to call him One-Eyed Quasimodo Bear.

    And my step sister who had no Care Bears was really jealous of my collection and the only one I'd let her play with was GLB, but she knew my aversion to him and wasn't taking him.

    Then my step-mom bought her this ugly generic Care Bear with super long hair and my sister all tried to floss. I was like-- "That's not a real Care Bear."