October 30th, 2015 by Charles

Andy has created a Halloween themed Choose Your Own Adventure story. Click the image below to read it, IF YOU DARE!


May 8th, 2013 by Charles


We were talking about American Sign Language over dinner tonight, and Andy felt compelled to transcribe the entire alphabet!


January 10th, 2013 by Charles

Fourth Wall Comic

This guy’s breaking through the fourth wall — literally!

May 1st, 2012 by Charles

Andy disappeared into the garage this morning, and came out with this:

April 15th, 2012 by Charles

This is a Sculpey creation that Andy made for Valentine’s Day.  At the base, there’s a boat in the water.  The two specks are me and Andy climbing a rope up to the gigantic flower.  The two trees are for scale reference.  The base of the sculpture is about 1 1/2 inches square.

March 17th, 2012 by Charles

Andy found this bone yesterday while we were out in the yard collecting firewood.  We brought it back to the house and looked through my anatomy books, and concluded that it is probably the right femur of a coyote.  Andy is completely thrilled by his discovery, and feels like a genuine paleontologist.  He constructed this display case this morning.

His description:

Andy found this femur bone when he went down the hill.  At first he thought it was wood.  He picked it up.  “Wow,” he said, “it is a bone.”  He made this display in case someone would not steal it.

October 7th, 2011 by Charles

Andy asked me what he should draw, and I said, “How about a king who lives alone on a tiny planet?” This is what he drew, and he like it so much he wrote a story to go along with it.

Once upon a time there was a king on a planet.  He saw Earth.  He went to Earth.  “I like this place.  I will live here.”

July 24th, 2011 by Charles

Andy has recently become a fan of Missile Mouse by Jake Parker.  He drew this picture this morning right before we left for Comic-Con.  He originally intended to give it to Jake at the Con, but decided that he couldn’t bear to part with his original.

July 7th, 2011 by Charles

Andy drew this cross-section of the Space Shuttle the other day.  I don’t think he’s ever seen what’s inside an actual orbiter, but he has several of the basic concepts correct!  The box on the side is the fuel tank, with red fuel that goes through tubes to the rocket engines.  The grey things going into the fuel tank are tubes that carry air, to mix with the fuel.  And that thing up at the top is the pilot at the “steering wheel.”  The colorful dots are “all the buttons.”  Not bad for a six-year old with no reference material!

June 23rd, 2011 by Charles

Drowning in Green Goop from Charles Eubanks on Vimeo.

I’ve been meaning to post this one for a while. Andy created this flip book back in January. Those of you who know my background might assume that I guided him through it — but no! He figured out the entire process on his own, and presented me with the finished product before I even knew what he was doing!

As Andy puts it, the main character is “drowning in green goop,” and comes back up as a skeleton.