Friday, October 7, 2011

Where One Ends

Just did a couple shows in a row, the Techshop opening and Alternative Press Expo (APE).  Good times were had at both.  No impending shows for a month or so, so plenty of time for makings some art.  If you weren't able to make it out to the events, you missed a new painting, so here it is...

Sunday, September 18, 2011

The joy of b-list heroism

Call me a rebel, but my favorite comic characters were never the big names. Spidey and wolverine are good gents and all but give me a Hawkeye any day. I actually had a spare moment to draw whatever the hell I felt like drawing so I went with a couple of my favorite heroes. Danny Rand, The Immortal Iron Fist & Black Bolt, real name Blackigar Boltigon, which I have to say is an awesome but impressively weak bit of pseudonymery. Here they are...

It's funny, I never draw men anymore. It's nice to mix it up a bit. Cheers!

Thursday, September 8, 2011

Selections from Modern Eden

There's a young gallery in SF called Modern Eden.  Not only are the curators friends of mine, but they also have impeccable taste.  They've been putting together some amazing shows, the latest of which, Leilani Bustamante's "Prey" is quite simply stunning.  I had several medium sized pieces hanging in the front last year, and since I've submitted a few smaller works for their side wall...

You can also find Binary Winter ties & scarves there.

...And yes, I do know that I don't update my blog enough.

Sunday, July 17, 2011

The Gasmask A Day Project Book is Out!

Just in time for Comic-Con 2011!  I am quite excited.  The book is a collection of all the images I created for the Gasmask A Day project, plus some special additions of original gasmask-themed paintings.  Perfect bound, 76 full color page softcover.

Come by the booth, I'll be in Small Press Q03 (Aisle 1800) to pick up a copy or just say hello!  I'll also have several new prints, plus many new originals for sale.

Here are a few pics from the book....

Monday, June 13, 2011

Phoenix ComiCon - New Pieces and Commissions

I'll admit, I didn't think I would find much of interest in Phoenix.  Typical Californian snobbery I suppose.  To my fortunate surprise, Phx is rad.  Excellent people and many new friends, great art scene, and while I didn't see much of the midday inferno, the warm nights were incredible.  I'm definitely looking forward to next year.  I sold several originals, here's a couple I completed there, both sold to show-goers, thanks gentlemen.

Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Working at playing

Hey, it's been a while since I posted anything.  I've been listening to a LOT of Scott Matthew, very somber and excellent for painting.  I'll update with show info soon, but in the meantime, drawy/painty thingies!

More work in "creatures-on-girls" art genre.  Cheers!