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2010 SKETCHBOOK (60 pages, black/white/tone, print run 100 copies)


Sunday, July 07, 2019

Monday, March 04, 2019

The Beautiful Art of David Williams...BroHawk

I met David Williams at one of the local conventions and just fell in love with his art. His figures have a wonderful lively feel to them and his characters express emotion through their faces, hands, and posture. David has a wonderful sense of storytelling and every sequential story he draws is a pleasure to read.

He has not done enough sequential work for my taste. I wish he was on a monthly book, so I can get his work every 30 days...well, until that happens, I will be happy with what ever I can get :)

Below are a few of the pages from one of the early mini-series David penciled, "Power Pack and Hulk"!

Monday, February 12, 2018

Monday, January 08, 2018

88 Keys and 10 Fingers

Matt Maxwell is the creator of "Strangeways" and he is always putting together clever plots for creative projects, both as prose and sequential comic book.

A few years back he was working on a new "Strangeways" collection that was going to contain all new short stories and he invited me to contribute art to a short story that he wrote. The working title of the story was "88 Keys and 10 Fingers" and it involved a piano...and a haunting melody.

The story hasn't seen print yet, so I don't think it would be appropriate to show the whole story, but here is a random double page spread, unlettered and uncolored:

Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Lost Abbey (part 2)

A number of black and white pages from the second issue of "Lost Abbey":

Saturday, October 14, 2017

Famous Monster Convention In San Jose! October 27-29, 2017!

After missing the last two APE conventions in San Jose, I am making a triumphant return to the convention circuit at the Famous Monster Convention in San Jose, Oct 27-29!

Lost Abbey black and white pages (part 1)

One of my completed projects is a 5 issue series from Jet City Comics titled "Muirwood: Lost Abbey". The final art was beautifully painted by Lizzy John, who I also had good fortune of working with on "Dark Crystal" books as well as the more recent pages for Dan Fogler's "Brooklyn Gladiator".

Presented here are a few of the black and white pages, from issue #1, as they were submitted to Lizzy.