Sunday, February 14, 2010



New week, new sketches. They are just sketches right now so I didn't go into cleaning things up. Just getting an idea out there right now.




Zombie Greg. He looked like that was what his name should be.




















The next one is a warrior from the past who is transported to the future where he joins the 50 year rebellion against a technology dependant race of beings that are trying to take our planet.


Sunday, February 7, 2010

Back in the Day




Here are 2 projects that I have worked on. I would love to work on more art gigs but with my time at home/ awake so limited I don't want to screw up deadlines with new clients.


I've worked on pages for PKD Media's comic book series EXO-1 and the Rocksolid Steelbots written by creator and company starter Shawn Pryor. The first part of the story is 16 pages and was published in PKD Media Presents #1 which can be ordered at indyplanet.com. After initial character art Shawn offered me the chance to do the series and I really liked the idea of the story. I've drawn the second part and it's possibly now going to be a graphic novel. SO I'm looking forward to that.

































Here is the project that I've been waiting for the most. A collaboration with Dave Dwonch, a great writer/artist/producer.
It's a story of three friends who get a chance to change their pasts and that take it. Would you go back and kill some past tyrant? Nah too complicated. How about change something in your youth. Ok now you're talking.
During the next couple months on Tuesdays and Thursdays Dave Dwonch is going to be posting the first pages on his web comic site at Spacetimecondo.com. It will be followed up in March or April with a 16 page preview comic. It will be very limited in it's print run. Hopefully someone will see this gem and publish the full Graphic novel. A company or two has already shown interest.
Check these titles out and keep hope alive.

New sketches from work.















These are new sketches from my break time at my day, I mean night job.





My shift is 10:40 PM to 7:30 A.m so I am tired or sleeping for most of the daylight hours. So I thought that getting some sketches done in the latenight break time would be good for keeping up the skills. It helps me not to take a nap and pretend that I'm keeping up the art half of my life.