Monday, November 17, 2014

Some Recent Drawings...

Here's a little selection of what's popped out of my imagination as of late... All were done in entirely graphite, except for the zombie visiting the sleeping girl, that one had a digital ink wash effect added.

Thursday, August 14, 2014

It's A Very Green Future - Pages

I recently finished illustrating a short story, It's A Very Green Future, written by Roger Crooks. I've posted two pages from it and some of their stages. I'll let you guys know when it comes out!


Thursday, July 3, 2014

Night Craft Mini #2

The second issue of my free comic series Night Craft Mini is here! Just like the regular size comic book version of Night Craft, it features quirky sci-fi/horror/maybe anything else stories written and illustrated by me. The stories in the smaller version are unique to it.

This one is available in a printed form at any of the conventions I attend, so stop by and see me!

I'm available for any commissions or comics, or other illustrations you may need done. Contact me at

Thursday, June 5, 2014

A Few New Drawings...

Nothing major here, just three more drawings. Each is actually part of a larger plan, so they are technically all works in progress. I'll have the finished projects up here too!

Tuesday, May 13, 2014

At SpartanCon May 10th

I had a great time at SpartanCon  last Saturday. A very cool event, and it was held in a library with a very large comics section!

Monday, May 12, 2014

Saying Goodbye to "Night Craft Mini #1"

I attended SpartanCon in Spartanburg, SC this weekend. I always like to have free samples at the show, and the 2-page story in Night Craft Mini #1 has been a popular giveaway for the past two years. 

But it is time for something new. 

Starting at HeroesCon this year there will be a 4-page Night Craft Mini #2

So here is the original, a two-page taste of the kind of stories that can be found the pages of my full-size self-published comic book series, Night Craft:

Monday, April 28, 2014

The Dragon Warrior

Here's a little drawing I came up with. I never could write fantasy stories, but I sure like drawing that type of world.
Still in the ink stage...
Pencils on 9 by 12 Bristol board... I will always be primarily a traditional artist...
The sketch that started it. It is always to look at something in the sketchbook and realize, "Hey, I want to finish that!"