Tuesday, December 28, 2010


I have been waiting to post this, since it was a Christmas gift. Now that it has been passed along, I wanted to share it.

I will be doing a series of these watercolor illustrations. There is one more gift I will be posting after the new year, and an Incredible Hulk that I did as a color test for the long awaited Hulk I promised a while back.

I'm back in the swing of things, so hopefully I will be posting much more in the near future.

Monday, December 20, 2010


So, Chris Wiewiora's story is finally up at the Smokelong Weekly along with my fine illustration.  Check it out at:



Sunday, December 12, 2010

He-Man Zelda Duo switch for Comics Should Be Good

Here is the work in progress that was going to the reader art gallery.

Missed the deadline, but I will be finishing it anyway.  The He-Man side is almost done, but the Zelda side still needs some polishing.

Friday, December 10, 2010

Comics should be good reader art for November.

This past month I submitted a piece to the reader art gallery for the www.comicbookresources.com blog, Comics Should Be Good.  I chose the video game with comic character mash-up to illustrate and chose one of the best games of all time, Tetris and paired it with Magneto and the X-men.  This definitely an homage to the cover of X-men #1.

I did the pencil and inking by hand and colored it on Photoshop.

I was working on another one for the site, but I missed the deadline.  I will be scanning and posting what I have done of it and plan on completing it either way.

Thursday, December 9, 2010

Been away much.

So much for procrastination... I have been away for sometime now. I moved back down to Miami, and life has been hectic. I'm currently finishing up some projects, but I have some things done that I will be posting over the next couple of days as well as some stuff in progress.

I recently submitted the previously posted Conversation With Kate comic to Bateau Press, but got a rejection.  They enjoyed the comic, but wasn't suited for their publication.  They did ask for longer works so, still a positive experience.

Also I did an illustration for Chris Wiewiora's story Crash-O-Rama which will be published online at www.smokelong.com the week of Dec. 20th. Here are the two sections plus the finished piece.

I did some tweaking on Photoshop with the final drawing as you can see.  I was originally going to do a watercolor piece, but decided that due to time constraints, color pencils would do the job just fine. I'm happy with the end result, and plan on doing the man on fire portion in watercolor separately as part of a series of motion studies.