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826 Field Trip: Operación Casa Blanca

826 Field Trip: Operación Casa Blanca

This week’s Field Trip was in Spanish, and was about Mr. Monkey and Mr. Banana saving the White House from a Robot Chicken!

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826 Field Trip: Ty and the Spider

826 Field Trip: Ty and the Spider

Another week, another Field Trip at 826DC. This time the story was about an eight legged tiger (who also had five eyes and two tails) trying to save an alien planet from a giant spider who had nine legs and nine eyes… love the kids’…

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DC*Conspiracy 10th Anniversary

DC*Conspiracy 10th Anniversary

Ever since wrapping up Chili’s World, I’ve continued to make Lunatic Tales for Magic Bullet, a free comics newspaper that comes out twice a year in the DC area, put together by the nice folk of DC*Conspiracy. So, next Saturday it’s the DC*Conspiracy 10th Anniversary…

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Tomie dePaola Award

Tomie dePaola Award

With this illustration, I was honored to be selected as a third-place runner-up in the Tomie dePaola Award. For more information, click here. This was the prompt we had to illustrate: The things on the table were telling BLIN, “The journey must begin!” Happily, BLIN…

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Nursery Rhymes Comics

Nursery Rhymes Comics

As the project of Chili’s World was winding down, I decided to start adapting traditional nursery rhymes into comics. It’s been a very fun project, as well as challenging! You can check them out here.

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Kid Books List

Kid Books List

Made this illustration for my friend Kate’s children books critique website, you can check what she has to say at www.kidbooklist.com

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826 Field Trip: La Carrera Espacial

826 Field Trip: La Carrera Espacial

I volunteer at 826DC, illustrating stories that classrooms of children write together. This are the illustrations I did for a field trip in Spanish, the story: “La Carrera Espacial” (the Space Race)

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The Midwinter Tree

The Midwinter Tree

Long before we reached the Moon or even before we crossed the oceans into the New World, there was a legend about a boy who got lost in the woods. He had left his town searching for firewood to keep the hearth warm during the…

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Meerkats

Meerkats

I’ve been working on a new Children Book project about meerkats, and this is the first spread from it:

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Delirium

Delirium

I’ll go tomorrow to see Neil Gaiman in his last book tour, so I made this small watercolor illustration of Delirium to give him as a thank you for all the stories and the inspiration he’s given me.

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