Thursday, April 17, 2014

Battling Boy


Paul Pope's Battling Boy was probably my favourite comic of 2013. I did not expect to love it as much as I did, but the gentle spirit of the story and the zany world it takes place made its most familiar qualities feel fresh and inspired.

The original ink sketch is for sale at my store here.

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Xenomorph

Ink on 8" x 10" bristol

Xenomorph, the terrifying creature from the Alien films. It's up for sale at my online store.

Batman Sketch

Ink on 9" x 12" bristol

A Batman sketch from Emerald City ComiCon that's up for grabs at my store.

Monday, April 14, 2014

Imaginary Acquaintances: Superman

I'm part of a new sketch blog called Imaginary Acquaintances (iasketchblog.tumblr.com). The roster of artists there is really cool, so it's guaranteed to be worth checking out week to week with each new theme.

We're kicking things off with Superman, and here's mine!


Sunday, March 23, 2014

The Organ Grinder Collection


The Organ Grinder is being collected in its own trade paperback. Taken from the pages of Undertow (7th Wave Comics), the supernatural Western about a one-armed gunslinger and his cigar smoking monkey will soon be available in one slick volume.

I was asked to contribute a pin-up to celebrate the story written by Luke Donkersloot and illustrated by Gibson Quarter.

Here are my three takes at the piece. Enjoy!




Monday, March 17, 2014

Saturday, March 1, 2014

The Forgetting pt. 3

Pencils by Yours Truly; coloured by Greg Harms

The fourth issue of Undertow debuts at the end of March at Emerald City ComiCon 2014. If that weren't exciting enough news, I'll be in attendance at the show! It'll be my first time at ECCC and my first time in Seattle*. Luke Donkersloot, Gibson Quarter and Greg Harms will also be in attendance!

To learn more about Undertow and everyone involved, hit up 7thWaveComics.com!

Above is my back cover/pin-up for part three of The Forgetting. It's coloured by Greg Harms, who coloured my backcover for issue three. He did such a great job. I'm very pleased with it, especially since he coloured over my pencils, as I did not have time to ink the piece.

My original pencils are for sale over at the Big Sexy Comics Shop, so go have a look at them!

*Fun fact: I flew over Seattle once in a prop-plane destined to Portland. I saw the Mariners play from wa-a-ay above.