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 a 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.