Cat-owner problems are expounded when you're a writer. Meet Fitz.
If you could know the appointed date and time of your demise, would you want to? And if you knew it for a loved one, would you tell them?
Political commentary is a dangerous minefield these days, but art does imitate life. This song is no different and was a prophecy before its time.
This is an article I wrote for That Hashtag Show, originally published in August 2019. I felt it relevant to bring back into the light during the troubled and divisive times we find ourselves in today. Keep in mind, this was written before the release of Episode IX.
This art/wood/literary project was fun and educational at the same time, teaching me some of my ancestral mythology. Check it out!
I was thumbing through my sketchbook and was disappointed in myself for having a bunch of outlines with nothing finished. Tonight I decided to start trying to knock off some of my better starts and ink a couple. Sadly, there were too many to complete in one night, but here's three I'm pretty happy with... Continue Reading →
Spider-Man By far, your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man is who I have drawn the most, and who I have the largest collection of comics from. He's had so many great artists through the years. My favorites are Todd McFarlane, John Romita (both Sr. and Jr.), John and Sal Buscema, J. Scott Campbell, and Erik Larsen. The... Continue Reading →
Lara Croft - Tomb Raider One of the rare times I colored a drawing! When I was struggling with drawing women, I practiced heavily on one of my favorite video game characters, Lara Croft from the Tomb Raider series. I remember the sickest I ever have been was this one three-week period where I got... Continue Reading →
The X-Men Ah, who doesn't love Marvel's elite team of mutants? Er,... I mean... students from Xavier's School of Gifted Youngsters? I'll admit, the movies had their hiccups. But the comics... those were always gold! I tap Jim Lee as my favorite X-Men artist and I love his drawing style. Here's a few of my... Continue Reading →
Batman and his Villains My George Perez commissioned Batman sketch Batman comics have always been a favorite of mine. The Caped Crusader has lasted decades, and kept readers and artists enamored since day one. I met Justice League penciller George Perez at a Comic Convention several years ago and commissioned a Batman sketch from him.... Continue Reading →
As promised, I dug around through my portfolio from back in the day and found a couple sketch-outs of a character I made up. She has no name or backstory, just happened to come to mind. Due to work schedules, I didn't draw anything new today, so you'll have to settle for another archive entry... Continue Reading →
Instead of catch of the day. See what I did there? Once upon a time, I wanted to be a comic book artist, Ever since Middle School, I felt a draw to drawing. I'd like to think I'm pretty decent, but after visiting a few Comic Cons and meeting the people who do this for... Continue Reading →
Being a fan fiction writer myself, I appreciate projects like this more than most. When you love a project as a fan, it always bleeds through the work. This Zelda film does that and more.
29 Dec 18 - Not long ago, I met a lady that summited Lobuche in Nepal. Lobuche is a mountain on the Everest Base Camp trek. Yes, that Everest. Mount Everest... the Roof of the World. She, along with her cousin and some climbing friends made the long trip halfway around the world to take... Continue Reading →
Research can be a daunting task, no matter the subject. Whether it's 16th century art or whitewater rafting or current political climate, every subject requires some knowledge and occasionally putting your boots on the ground to get dirty doing it. A couple years ago, an idea for a fantasy story came to me when I... Continue Reading →