I have been keeping on keeping on with my Patreon page– this week, I posted two new pages of my continuing web comic ARE YOU BEING WATCHED?, as well as another 10 illustrations with commentary from my 1970s beginnings at Portland’s underground newspaper the Scribe. I went back to the archive at Multnomah County Library to photograph some images I had missed from the first year of the newspaper, including my very first piece published in the Scribe, this ad for a concert benefiting my alma mater, the Metropolitan Learning Center:
David Chelsea is watching: Moonlight
starring Mahershala Ali
Continue reading This Week on Patreon: More Scribe Illos, And Mandy Makes A Gookie!
It’s the Third Thursday Of The Month, the day that I post The Secret Stash on my Patreon page– that is, sketches, reference photos, old flyers, and other ephemera from my files. Today it’s the first nine of thirty-six illustrations I did for the trading card set BLOCKBUSTERS OF RHYTHM & BLUES, published by Eclipse in 1993.
David Chelsea is reading:Patience
by Daniel Clowes
Continue reading The Secret Stash On Patreon: BLOCKBUSTERS OF RHYTHM & BLUES- Plus SNOW ANGEL!
It’s the Third Thursday of the month, when I post another page of my continuing reality TV webcomic ARE YOU BEING WATCHED?, as well as The Secret Stash Of The Month on my Patreon page.
David Chelsea is reading: Mauve: How One Man Invented a Color That Changed the World
Continue reading Third Thursday on Patreon: Windows Computer Scam and Celebrity Envelopes: The Women
It’s the Third Thursday of the month, the day that I post The Secret Stash on my Patreon page– that is, sketches, reference photos, old flyers, and other ephemera from my files.
David Chelsea Is Reading: Barnaby
by Crockett Johnson
Continue reading The Secret Stash: More Letters To Mom
It’s the Third Thursday of the month, when I post The Secret Stash on my Patreon page. This category covers a wide range of material- decorated envelopes, reference photos, sketchbook roughs- from the depths of my archives. This month I’m posting drawings that I hadn’t seen in forty years, from a notebook belonging to Marcia Lepley.
David Chelsea is watching: The Painting
directed by Jean-François Laguionie
Continue reading Straight Out Of 1975: The Lost Sketchbook
It’s the third Thursday of the month, and time for me to post a selection from My Secret Stash– sketchbook drawings, comics roughs, reference photos, and other marginal stuff– on Patreon.
David Chelsea is listening to:
On His Own Terms: A Life of Nelson Rockefeller
by Richard Norton Smith
Continue reading The Secret Stash: Kaleidoscope Looping Gifs On Patreon