The Beacon Years (Misc. Tripe Gallery)


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This here's everything else that appeared during my brief tenure at the paper,
in other words...it's what I like to refer to as my mercenary brush for hire work.
Included here are all the pieces I did for my friends and colleagues Alexa
Hudson (whom had a column entitled Confessions of a Career Goddess) and
Alex Rico (who wrote The Unnamed Column); some instances where my
artistry sometimes graced the cover of the Beacon; the infamous registration
line cartoon as well as a scan of all the flack and feedback it received;
a rare Chip Tooth cartoon (which was the first and only time I ever used a
pseudonym---don't ask me why, it was Eduardo's brilliant answer to there
being a lack of contributing cartoonists; while the idea looked good on paper,
my style simply didn't... so anyone would be seeing two supposedly different
cartoonists, with two totally different cartoons, but drawn remarkably in the
same exact style! Go figure...); and finally, there's also a political cartoon
that I'm genuinely surprised I didn't receive any comments for...even to this day!
Furthermore, I'd like to point out that Alexa did wind up doing the very same
thing I illustrated on her doughnuts cartoon and nearly left me for dead via
means of the art o' choke, and that's the first and that was to be the last time
I ever drew a cartoon in anybody's likeness without prior consent!

Overall Summary: Bitter Memories = Good Times!



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