April 2013

sunday science

I have always been fascinated by physics.  Waaay back when, I was a freshman in college with dreams of being a gravitational astronomer working with LIGO. LIGO is the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory […]


Just what every spacegirl needs!  Flying saucers rock, and flying saucers with twin rayguns rock even harder! I use a variety of tools in making Suzi. One of my goals […]

Inspirations: Warren Publishing

I grew up reading just about everything I could get my hands on.  Comics, library books, you name it.  But my most favorite reads of my teenage years were all […]

sunday science

Cosmic rays.  Where would the Fantastic Four be without them? So what is the real deal with cosmic rays? Cosmic rays are super tiny particles that slam into the Earth’s […]

Inspirations: Cartoons

Growing up in the late 60’s and early 70’s, cartoons were a huge part of my life. Like most kids, I was glued to the TV on Saturday mornings. Hanna-Barbera […]

Suzi Quazar

I just wanted to give a quick hello to everyone stopping by thanks to the link from Bettie’s Facebook page! The comic is still very early on, and there is […]

sunday science

Galaxies. Now there is a BIG topic. The basic definition of a galaxy is a system of millions or billions of stars, together with gas and dust, held together by gravitational […]

Suzi Quazar

This is from one of the series of deco style prints I am working on for Suzi. This is sort of my action take on Dave Stevens Betty print. The […]

Inspirations: Bettie Page

Bettie Page. A woman as mysterious as she was beautiful.  Bettie Mae Page was born April 22, 1923, in Nashville. She lived a pretty normal life until 1950, when an […]