Friday, November 26, 2010


Hello everyone. I thought I'd put some of my goodies on sale here with FREE SHIPPING! (for a limited time only) These free shipping items will be available 'till December 10th. If you have any questions please email me. U.S. only orders -sorry! ~Rhode
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64 pages Black and White

Watch A Scribbles And Bits Sketchbook Video Preview

with sound!

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Cloud Boy Signed to:(optional)

Full Color 12 pages 7.5 X 7.5 inches

Skeletown Signed to:(optional)


Print #1- SOLD OUT

Print #2- SOLD OUT

Printed on American Apparel Brand T-Shirt- SOLD OUT

Yellow Shirt Size:

Printed on American Apparel Brand T-Shirt- SOLD OUT

Brown Shirt Size:

Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Searle-y Drawings

I recently gave myself a challenge. The mission: to try drawing some of my stuff in a looser Ronald Searle style, who had an expressive inking style. I busted out the dip pen and ink and gave myself a task of drawing characters from children's stories, in his loose sketchy style. Somehow Napoleon crept into the line-up. It was a lot of fun. Maybe I'll keep it going with some more drawings... Here are the results:

Baron Munchausen

Captain Ahab

Baker with crows in pie

Jack Frost

Ghost Of Jacob Marley

Mother Goose

 Musketeer #3

Napoleon Bonaparte

Pippi Longstocking

The Sandman

Tiny Tim

Saturday, November 6, 2010

Real Halloween Kid and Goodie Goblin Spotted!

It gives me the biggest joy to see these photos come in of some of the characters in the HALLOWEEN KID. These buckaroos could've been anything in the world for Halloween, but they chose to be characters from the book and I will never forget these guys for doing this! Up first is my pardner Isaac in a nice HALLOWEEN KID get up along with horse. I love the mask and the wranglin' rope and I give extra style points for the family's handmade skeleton decoration (in the background) versus a store bought one! Well done! Isaac, if you are reading this, nice job my friend, I hope you wrangled up lots o' Halloween fun!

Next up, and what was a big surprise, was my pardner Ethan's costume of a Goodie Goblin! I thought there would be lots of Halloween Kids, but Ethan rounded up a pretty nice Goodie Goblin outfit! Nice going Ethan! The horns are awesome! I hope you snatched up lots o' goodies with the Goodie Goblin get-up!
Well played my friends, your costumes warmed my heart like a big ol' jack o' lantern!
I thank you kindly!