Friday, January 29, 2010

Little Bird

This was a fun little 20 minute image created completely in Photoshop.

Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Corporate Illustration

Here's a step by step of a recent illustration I created for a magazine article on living in a web based world. This was a bit more complex, but really fun to work on.

Monday, January 25, 2010


The people of Troutville, Pennsylvania never appreciated Old Man Brohdy's antics. Brohdy was most well known for his incoherent fits of loud yelling while chopping down trees in the middle of the night, wearing only his "tighty-whities."

Thursday, January 21, 2010


I've had to put the graphic novel down for a couple weeks, but hoping to pick it back up this week and make some progress.

Monday, January 18, 2010

Chupacabra Monday

Throughout history, 72 percent of all Chupacabra sightings have been on Mondays. Roughly 47.7 percent of those have been on or around full moons. In 1964, Iowa farmer Jed Jenkins reportedly shot and killed a chupacabra on his property.

Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Voltron Sketch Cards!

I was up til 2:00 am last night finishing up my Voltron sketch cards; a project through 5Finity Production that I was really excited to get involved in. thank you Eric Merced.
I was a huge Voltron fan as a kid and watched it daily and had a ton of Voltron toys, so this was exciting for me. Anyways, I did 36 total, though I accidentally destroyed one.

Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Hostile Takeover

Preludes to full scale alien invasions usually take place gradually, sometimes years before the actual event. In most instances, those from beyond prefer (for a time) to disguise themselves, and walk among us to study us. Many move undetected.

Others however, are more easily recognized.

Monday, January 11, 2010

Deep Sea Zombies

In the not too far off future, the United States Government will begin employing zombies for dangerous tasks such as deep sea diving, deep space exploration, and missions to Earth's core.

Wednesday, January 06, 2010

Four More $7 Books for sale.

If you haven't bought my 112 page book of drawings, now's the time.
I have 4 more copies left for $7 a piece + $3 shipping. Each comes signed with an original drawing.

Buy one here.

Tuesday, January 05, 2010


For anyone who cares about artistic process, you may find this post helpful. I rarely do anything of artistic merit without thumbnailing it to death first. In this case, here's some thumbnails for a scene in my book.

Thumbnails are fun in that you force yourself to reduce your idea down to a nearly stamp sized chicken scratch. Something about this forces me to think loosely and somtimes find myself liking the thumbanail so much that I end up scanning it, sizing it, printing it, and transferring it to large paper, simply because redrawing it would lack the energy and potency the thumbnail had.

Thumbnails are also helpful in plotting out scenes in your book, and helps you to get a bird's eye view on story flow and how everything is working as a cohesive whole.