Friday, November 23, 2012

Toys on the Hudson

Hi everyone. Just dropping a line to let you all know i will be at Toys on the Hudson this weekend. Sadly this will be my last show of the year. So don't miss out!!!

See you in Jersey City, Pinky Punks!

Thursday, November 8, 2012

Albany and a Video

Ah yes, another show is coming this weekend. I will be at the Albany Comic Con this Sunday with my good friend Michelle Doherty. If you would like some more info on the show check out their website at

I hope to see a ton of people there. Come by and commission me... SPEAKING OF COMMISSIONS...

My number one fan, Jason commissioned me a while back for an mini avatar. Kinda like the one of my banner. Well I finished it not to long ago and totally recorded color it.

I hope you like it Jason! :)

If you would like a commission feel free to contact me; I love a good challenge. Up next I'm prolly going to post about the crazy map I just illustrated for an up coming novel... but more on that next time.

See ya Pinky Punks!

Monday, November 5, 2012

Sleepy Mina is out like a Friggin light

Due to the Gas Crisis on Long Island I can't really go anywhere. So i stayed home and got a lot of work done......... And uh fell asleep at my desk.

So I will be at the Mastic/Moriches/Shirley Library for a very special Anime Club meeting. I'll be talking about myself and my art and give fun draw along demos. :) See you there at 4!!!

Thursday, November 1, 2012

Hurricane Sandy

I hope everyone is warm and safe after Hurricane Sandy hit last Monday. You will be happy to know I was one of the lucky 8% who did not lose power on Long Island. I also was lucky enough to have little to no damage done to my home. I only wish I could say the same for friends and neighbors here in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. Walking around yesterday I go to see the damage first hand. Down towards Mastic beach, only one or two blocks away from my home, people were so flooded that docks had washed up onto their lawns. There are so many downed trees and so many flooded home. For a long time I thought disasters like this only happen down south. Long Island hadn't seen a bad Hurricane since before I was born.

It's going to take a while for everything to get back to normal; specially for those who lost their homes to the storm. If you are in the area do your best to open your home to friends who may need a warm shower and food. If you aren't in the area you can also help out the hurricane effort by donating some money to a hurricane relief organization like The Red Cross.

Do what you can and stay safe!