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Wannabe artist. Currently I draw The City Strip on cityofilms.com, Wesley Crusher: Ordinary Teenager, and an infrequently updated journal comic with no name.
When your girlfriend is having a stressful day, what do you do?
Do you help her deal with what’s stressing her out? Perhaps assist her in coming up with a solution?
Oh…what, really?…that’s what you’re supposed to do? Huh.

Well…I just drew her cats dressed up as pirates so…that counts too right?

When your girlfriend is having a stressful day, what do you do?
Do you help her deal with what’s stressing her out? Perhaps assist her in coming up with a solution?
Oh…what, really?…that’s what you’re supposed to do? Huh.

Well…I just drew her cats dressed up as pirates so…that counts too right?

Wesley Crusher: Ordinary Teenager #20
“Professor Riker”

Wesley Crusher: Ordinary Teenager #20
“Professor Riker”

8 years ago today I met Jacqueline for the first time. We went grocery shopping and sat and talked in Starbucks for about 5 hours. The barista gave us a free oatmeal bar. It was very dry. I think she just wanted us to buy something more to drink.

Within a day of our meeting I drew this, thankfully she didn’t find it creepy and that’s how I knew it was true love.

8 years ago today I met Jacqueline for the first time. We went grocery shopping and sat and talked in Starbucks for about 5 hours. The barista gave us a free oatmeal bar. It was very dry. I think she just wanted us to buy something more to drink.

Within a day of our meeting I drew this, thankfully she didn’t find it creepy and that’s how I knew it was true love.

First off…WOW!  Thank you to everyone for all the likes/reblog’s of my last two Wesley Crusher: Ordinary Teenager comics!  It’s a very…wonderful feeling knowing that so many people have seen them and hopefully enjoyed them.  I’m…assuming people don’t like things they hate…hrm…

A big thank you to Mr. Wil Wheaton for sharing them in the first place!  Knowing that he reads my silly little comics makes me a very happy Star Trek fan indeed.

Thank you all again!

First off…WOW! Thank you to everyone for all the likes/reblog’s of my last two Wesley Crusher: Ordinary Teenager comics! It’s a very…wonderful feeling knowing that so many people have seen them and hopefully enjoyed them. I’m…assuming people don’t like things they hate…hrm…

A big thank you to Mr. Wil Wheaton for sharing them in the first place! Knowing that he reads my silly little comics makes me a very happy Star Trek fan indeed.

Thank you all again!

And now some ink!

Putting a little ink wash on a very small Wesley Crusher: Ordinary Teenager doodle.

Wesley Crusher: Ordinary Teenager #19
“This is Why You Should Be Nice to Your Mom Wesley”

Wesley Crusher: Ordinary Teenager #19
“This is Why You Should Be Nice to Your Mom Wesley”

Wesley Crusher: Ordinary Teenager #18
“Be Nice to Your Mom Wesley”

Wesley Crusher: Ordinary Teenager #18
“Be Nice to Your Mom Wesley”

We have a new member of the City of Films team who just joined us this week, Bree Emmerson!  We’re super excited to have her on-board and to have another voice on the site.

You can check out our exclusive interview with her right here!

She’s already made us look bad by posting a great article on women in film and she wants to know what YOU think as well!  So head on over and give it a read and make sure to leave a comment! 

Connect with Bree on Twitter @philosofreaky, Facebook, and at www.philosofreaky.com

We have a new member of the City of Films team who just joined us this week, Bree Emmerson! We’re super excited to have her on-board and to have another voice on the site.

You can check out our exclusive interview with her right here!

She’s already made us look bad by posting a great article on women in film and she wants to know what YOU think as well! So head on over and give it a read and make sure to leave a comment!

Connect with Bree on Twitter @philosofreaky, Facebook, and at www.philosofreaky.com

Halloween Confessional

At what age did you stop Trick ‘r Treating? Did you decide to stop yourself or did your parents make you?