Visual Artwork Here’s a portrait of a creepy clown I found online named “Pinky.” This is just a little sketch of Bigfoot with a walking stick. I don’t know if he actually uses the thing or if he was just posing. And here he is made out of snow! I grew up near Houston, Texas, where it very rarely snows even an inch. This was basically my first real snowman. This was based on my somewhat impromptu entry in El Paso’s 2014 Chalk the Block festival. It’s a portrait of my favorite author: Philip K. Dick. The line is from VALIS. This is something I started doing at restaurants while waiting for the food to come. Just shake some pepper on a plate, and get to work! I think it was my wife’s idea to keep our daughter occupied. Here is an attempt at a portrait of the great Django Reinhardt. My dad says he looks more like Gomez Addams. Oh well, that works too. I painted this for the cover of my novel Adelaide in Ozghard. This is a character named Tyrro, sort of like the White Rabbit of Wonderland… but not really. And this is Adelaide, the main character of the story. This is a labyrinth I designed for the cover of my unfinished, currently-on-hold novel Two-Headed Lamb. Here are a couple of variations on the Flower of Life pattern. This is a weird little animation I put together for the Mirrormaze anthology based on the labyrinth of Versailles. And here’s me smoking a pipe for some reason.