Go read the first few pages of SUBATOMIC PARTY GIRLS #1 at CBR, and get ready for the first issue this Wednesday!
Girls in space! I am psyched for this comic!
FLY AT ME BRO
Seems like everyone could use a hug this week. Good thing evolution gave the blue-ringed octopus all those arms.
(Disclaimer: The blue-ringed octopus is venomous. Please do not actually attempt to hug one.)
Here’s a sneaky peek of Primates, courtesy of Boing Boing! It’s got one of my favorite parts from the book; I’ll let you guess which one it is…
In the beginning of Primates, a young Jane Goodall has the opportunity to witness a chicken lay an egg. This moment of observation reveals not just where that egg came from, but the significance of observation itself! So much of the science in Primates is about sitting, and waiting, and looking, and listening, and documenting…and making connections.
Hey everyone, the brand-new hard cover version of “Yes, Let’s” is out today!! Tugboat Press initially released an awesome mini-version of this book in 2010; the new edition is published through Tanglewood Press, and it’s larger and includes some additional illustrations.
Written by Galen Goodwin Longstreth and illustrated by me, “Yes, Let’s” can be purchased at all sorts of places: Powell’s Books, Amazon, or your favorite local book store. If they don’t have it, please ask! The more people asking for “Yes, Let’s”, the more stores will carry it (and I thank you ahead of time).
And since “Yes, Let’s” is all about getting outside, I’m going to go enjoy this glorious Spring weather (while it lasts — I DO live in New England…so, it’ll probably snow tomorrow or something).
cuntinabikeshop asked: Do you use watercolours for some of your pieces? Any particular favorite brands?
oops! Sorry I took so long to respond…I used a Windsor Newton travel set for these, but I’ll use whatever watercolors are lying around. I’m particularly fond of the circular grade school ones.