Friday, December 4, 2009


Pompano Beach.
New Orleans.
Santa Fe.*
Los Angeles.
San Fransisco.
Salt Lake City.

Read all about it!

*Currently in Santa Fe!

Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Mad Hatter

At Animation SuperCon. Selling tiny hats off a tray. Hooray!

Thursday, October 22, 2009

Friday, September 18, 2009

Fashion Flats

More color sketches... I was having a discussion about production volume and illustration, and decided to see how fast I could crank something like this out... Also I wanted to play around with some fashion design. I did them straight into sharpie, no sketching, and managed to get all four drawn and colored ( and the fourth shaded, too) in an hour and change. It was fun and painless, I'll try to do more...


With my tablet out of commission, I had to get myself a new lease on traditional media color sketching. Here I am trying out crayola on cheap construction paper. Sort of fun and novel, I think.

Friday, August 28, 2009

Back on Track

I finished my website and sent out my mailers today. Summer has been very busy with work, I have decided as of now, to shift my attentions to travel plans and illustration....

Here are some new and old things for perusal..

On the right, an illustration for Clive Barker's wonderful novel "Sacrament", on the left, the Night's Bride.

Friday, May 29, 2009

Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Sixpenny Avenue Sketches

Continued work on character development for my comic, Sixpenny Avenue.

Tuesday, May 19, 2009

New Orleans!

Spectacular spectacular!
My documentation (going up still, in bits) of my road trip down to NOLA and the following time in Northern Florida at various campsites (to be included soon).

Monday, April 13, 2009

Giant Ceiling Mural 2008

Whew. So with the nightmare of this project behind me, I've decided to post the documented evidence of these 13 days of precarious and labor-intensive ceiling mural execution. I nearly killed myself twice setting up first one set of scaffolding, than this one, by myself (the first was too short to reach the 14' top of the slanted ceiling). Here you have it though, my monumental effort towards ceiling decor, finished despite setbacks and misunderstandings with a client new to hiring fine artists, and my father discovering that work on the scaffold wasn't going to work with his back, and leaving the ceiling to me. When I got up there, too, I realized the ceiling needed to be primed with acrylic base color, with a roller, before any detail/brush work would go, because it was matte and textured. We'd estimated it at 6 days, with us both working, but it took me much longer on my own. In conclusion: it was a lot of stressful, tedious work, for half the amount of money we should have asked, but I really felt, on completion, that I'd done something pretty impressive in scale. Definitely, future wall murals are going to be a piece of cake.

Sunday, April 12, 2009

Monday, March 30, 2009


Decided to revisit these, from way back in Illustration 2. Though, you know... It wasn't SO long ago... Only last year, in fact. Strange how that worked out.

The assignment was to make a scroll with 100 demons on it. Personal demons, specifically. So, here we go.

Friday, March 27, 2009

Second Essay Dolls: In Progress

The painter, the poet, and the pornographer <3

Monday, March 2, 2009