Wednesday, January 20, 2016

The Storyteller: Dragons #2 Out Now!

Thursday, October 22, 2015

Inktober 2015

Inktober, created by Jake Parker in 2009, has become for me an opportunity for showing the creatures, ghastly beasts and other-worldly beings I  love to illustrate for my personal enjoyment. This year's Inktober has about nine days left and I think I have made some of my best daily work this year. Have a look at my Tumblr ( ) to see this year's art and you can view an archive of last year's Inktober and more art. Thanks for supporting and encouraging art!

Thursday, April 30, 2015

Farewell MESSENGER Tribute Art

Thursday, February 26, 2015

March Merch Sale!

Friday, November 14, 2014

Inktober 2014

Each day, for the month of October, I created a new inked drawing and shared it online. This was all based on a yearly phenomenon called INKTOBER. Lots of artists around the world are a part of this artistic project, created by Jake Parker. So when the end of September was rolling in and Jake posted a reminder about Inktober starting up soon. I made the decision that I was going to attempt that for this year. I had first thought it would be a way for me to have better daily habits of drawing & creating, having more presence on social media, and getting out of being too protective of every line I made in pencil and ink. It turned out that I learned more about myself and what it takes to make a daily deadline with everything else you may be doing that day. It all made for a very exciting, satisfying journey into my very first Inktober. You can view the entire month of my drawings on my Tumblr page:

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

The Devastator Ushers In The APOCALYPSE!

In these darkest of times a group of talented souls have banded together to bring laughter to the masses. The Devastator: Apocalypse is being officially released today! The Devastator is the geek comedy book series featuring new works by 30+ writers and artists from The Daily Show, The Onion, Adult Swim, Marvel and more! I teamed up with writer Lesley Tsina on the post-apoc story "The Craigslist". I have previously been an art co-contributor in two other The Devastator issues; Fantasy and Crossovers. For more information on how to purchase this current issue (print and digital) or subscribe to this great publication check out the links below.

• The Devastator: Apocalypse

Sample panel art from "The Craigslist"

Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Reading With Pictures to be published by AMP!

Announced last week through the Reading With Pictures Kickstarter and Facebook pages that "Reading With Pictures: The Graphic Textbook" will now be published in hardcover format in August 2014 through AMP! Comic For Kids. AMP! publishes titles such as Big Nate, Peanuts, Pearls Before Swine and others. I worked with writer Geoffrey Golden on "PROBAMON! Gotta Chance 'Em All", a parody story about probability, for this edition of the Graphic Textbook.