Friday, April 22, 2016

Useful Robots

Drew these in my sketchbook for March of Robots.

Useful Robot #1: Tooth-Brushing Robot

Useful Robot #2: Shoe-Tying Robot

Useful Robot #3: Vegetable-Eating Robot

Useful Robot #4: My-Little-Pony-Brushing Robot

Useful Robot #5: Bicycle-Riding Piggyback-Ride-Giving Robot. I like to bike, but if you’re too tired or lazy, get one of these.

Useful Robot#6: Roomba Helper

Useful Robot #7: Soup-Cooling Robot

Useful Robot #8: Toe-Nail-Clipping Robot

Useful Robot #9: Doodling Robot. I built one of these to fill up my sketchbooks for me. Meanwhile, I can catch up on the last ten years of The Simpsons. Were there some good episodes?

Monday, February 22, 2016

Hiding Dinosaurs at Newtonville Books

My next Hiding Dinosaurs event is happening March 5 at Newtonville Books. Reading, Drawing , Signing, Dinosaurs! 11:00 sharp

Tuesday, January 12, 2016

Thursday, January 7, 2016

Children's Book Illustration Class

The class starts January 20th at Arlington Community Education. Sign up now!

Take the class and you are guaranteed to come up with something better than this:

Tuesday, January 5, 2016

Happy New Year!

A man and his cat pondering the dawn; that was me and Butters this morning.

Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Dinosaur Party

Well, Dinovember is over now. Here are a few of my favorites:

Spinosaurus could fit an entire party sub in its mouth.

But then Iguanodon showed up with a whole stack of pizzas! Hooray! For such cool, party-saving maneuvers as this, and because of his distinctive thumb-spikes, Iguanodon was known as “The Fonzie Dinosaur.”

Sunday, November 29, 2015


When I was a kid, Deinocheirus was known only by its rather fearsome looking arms. What mysterious monster might have wielded those claws???

Well, just last year more complete remains were found. It turns out Deinocheirus was a bit silly looking! It was duck-billed and probably used those claws for digging. Oh, well.

Sunday, November 15, 2015


That's right. Drawlloween is over, and now it's time for Dinovember. You can see more on my instagram, but for now here's Brachiosaurus:

When I was a kid, books about dinosaurs said that brachiosaurus’s nose was on the top of its head. Scientists have now rejected this hypothesis since it would have made flower-sniffing impractical.

More recent study of brachiosaurus’s skull suggests that it’s sinuses may have housed “resonant chambers.” In other words, Nose Trumpets!