Samhain 2015 Dance Salmangandi Flyer

Once again it is time for the Danse Salmagundi Samhain Spectacular 4! Information as below. Hope to see you there…



Templecon 2015

So another  fabulous Templecon has come and gone. This year, we decided to vend our wares. In addition Manuela ran The Imperium, which was the friday night variety show and performed in it to boot. I ran my usual Saturday afternoon Call of Cthulhu game. The players somehow managed to banish Nyarlohtep after managing a few zombies zombies and gangsters. Thus they survived. I must be losing my touch but the dice never lie : )



Masks, bugs, comics and dragon fossils…how can you go wrong?




My reluctant and shy spouse. With her hiding out, making change got to be a real chore after a while. Why she would periodically grab some passerby’s leg, I am not sure. But the resulting jumping and hollering made for great entertainment and lightened the long show hours.

Hallelujah! The Pig Who Would Be King is Finished!

Yep, the third installment of Tails of the Porkus is finished. The Pig Who Would Be King, A Tail of Medieval Hogwash is up on Amazon and available: )) for your enjoyment. Click the link.


NecronomiCon 2013 Art Show

Last night we attended the reception for the NecronomiCon 2013 convention art show at the Dodge House at the Providence Art Club. A delightfully cool evening, the doors were open and the crowd was thick. The art work displayed was really great. We met some old friends and made some new ones. A very fine showing and a swell time. A big thank you and a well done  to the Necronomicon folks for their efforts.


A closer look at the piece I had on display.


And Cthulhu himself! This is the actual stop motion puppet from HPLHS Call of Cthulhu movie that came out a few years ago. Quite a surprise and a pleasure to look that over.



If you have a chance to get down to the Providence Art Club this weekend, it would be worth your while.

NecronomiCon Poster 2013

Folks over at Necronomicon 2013 committee, a Providence based convention happening this summer, engaged me to do a poster for them. Lovecraft stuff in a poster format, not much to not like there : )



Interview with Innsmouth Free Press

A nice Canadian lady, named Silvia, wrote me asking if I would be interested in doing an interview for the Innsmouth Free Press. The Innsmouth Free Press is a Canadian micro-publisher dedicated to horror and dark fiction and being a loyal resident and voting member of the town, how could I refuse?

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Dispatches from the Troubled City

John Struan, the fellow who runs the Super Punch Blog invited me to be part of a online art show featuring art inspired by the books of China Mieville.

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Fishmonger Design

A friend  in the SCA took me up on an offer and asked that I would update the device that he wears on his fighting outfits. His name is Enzo Fishmonger.

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2010 Necon Medals

If you are a Necon camper with great prowess in the athletic or mental arenas then you can look forward to winning one or more of this year’s Necon medals!

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Daily Sketch Studies Experiment

The Concept

The idea is an experimental challenge from my good friend, Nick Jainschigg. He proposed an idea of what would happen if you posted a sketch out on the web everyday for a few months. I took up the gauntlet and started thinking logistics.

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