Monday, December 21, 2009

I'm the Fastest Man Alive

Quick painting I did as a follow-up to My "Batman Begins" piece featured earlier. This one is titled "Flashback". 5-6 hours, Acrylic on canvas. 30x40 inches.

Friday, November 06, 2009

Detectives, clowns, and a nude girl.

Really enjoying getting back to life drawing after so long. Here is a bunch from my last few sessions.

Sunday, October 25, 2009

Comic done.

Just recently finished up my contribution to The Anthology Project (Linked below). Here is a preview of my one of my pages, as well as some early development work.

The story itself is based around Hugh Everett's relative state formulation, later renamed many worlds interpretation. Simply put, it explores parallel universe theory. You can also find an hour-long BBC television documentary "Parallel Worlds, Parallel Lives". The program was edited and shown on the PBS Nova series in the USA in October 2008. Do yourself a favor and check it out.

Big thanks to Nick, Joy, and Casper, for bringing me on this project! Look out for the book at comic conventions near you in 2010!

Wednesday, May 06, 2009

The Anthology Project

This project is a collection of comic works by numerous skilled artists. The book will be revealed early 2010!

You can check out it's progress at

Thursday, April 23, 2009


Teenage Mutant Ninja action origin story?

"The Mirage Group, which owns the property, is moving forward with a live-action film focusing on the origins of the iconic crime fighters. News coincides with the Turtles’ 25th anniversary celebration, which kicks off Thursday in New York as the first “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” film unspools at the Tribeca Film Festival.
[Co-creator Peter] Laird said the film will remain true to the spirit of the original comicbooks" Variety.

I also found THIS amazing post by Tom Spina of Tom Spina Designs. He was recently asked to restore the original Leonardo costume from 1990.

All this excitment made me want to draw turtles. more to come soon!

Thursday, February 05, 2009

Bat vs Cat

What started out as the single funniest drawing of all time, gradually became less and less entertaining, until finally I forgot about it all together, banishing it to the sketchbook archives forever. 6 months later... still not all that funny. but finished it is.

Are they enemies? Or a fearsome duo, having a difference of opinion?