Tag Archives: science fiction
In the days of pen and ink, I drew and published a youth sports, science fiction alien cartoon book. Here is the front cover. Click on the thumbnail for a larger view. I have updated it for electronic media, in the … Continue reading
Editors are desperate when they draw their own artwork for their publication. David Levine and Kate Yule published this cartoon on the cover of their fanzine with the blurb “Cover by David, in the style of Teddy Harvia” under the … Continue reading
I have added 12 more covers to my cover art gallery. Click on the thumbnails for larger images.
I have added six more covers to my cover art gallery. Click on the thumbnails for larger images. I will add to the gallery as I dig through both my physical and electronic archives.
In 1987, I returned to Minicon in Minneapolis. Cartoonist that I am, I again drew my convention report. The original artwork is in black and white. I hand-cut the color separations for printing. Because of bleed-through, scanning the printed pages … Continue reading
I have added a gallery of 102 cartoons from my old Web site. Click on this cartoon to see. I will add to the gallery as I both dig through my archives and create new cartoons.
Yesterday morning I renamed my computer without realizing the consequences. The system deleted all of my preferences, including the serial numbers of all my programs. I had the original documentation for all except Freehand, the graphics program I have used … Continue reading
LoneStarCon2 Progress Report 1 back cover
wing nuts (n.): featherless bipeds from another world who have a superior sense of fun
The first published artwork of the artist