Monday, December 27, 2010

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Just wanted to throw up some new commission pieces before the end of the year. Take a look see.  I know I've been absent from the blog for a long time now , but I will do better to keep it updated more in the coming year.  Thanks for all the support this year and hope everyone has a happy 2011!

Enchantress, Copic markers on bristol, 9x12", 2010.

Molly Hayes, Copic markers on bristol, 9x12", 2010.

Gambit, Copic markers on bristol, 9x12", 2010.

Supergirl, Copic markers on bristol, 9x12", 2010.

Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Quick update...

I still need to do a proper wrap up of the last two cons I did, so keep checking back for that. For now here are a couple commissions that I've recently finished up.  (For those of you that I got commissions from Heroes, I'm currently working my way through them and should have them to you as soon as I can.  Thanks again for being so patient with me.)

 Black Knight, Copics on bristol, 9x12", 2010.

 Karnilla, Copics on bristol, 9x12", 2010.

Friday, June 4, 2010

HeroesCon, June 4 - 6

Sketchbook 2010 cover

Just a few hours away from the first day of HeroesCon and I'm still up working late to finish all my stuff.  The 2010 sketch book is printed and ready to go.  I will be selling them and the usual prints and commissions at table AA-641 located in artist alley.  If you are in Charlotte, NC this weekend, come to the show and say hello. 

Thursday, May 27, 2010

Next stop Animazement...

Ghostrider, Copic markers on bristol, 9x12", 2010.

Poison Ivy, Copic markers on bristol, 11x14", 2010.

Airwalker, Copic markers on bristol, 9x12", 2010.

Well it's been quite a while since I posted anything. Here are some commissions that I have completed in the last month or so.

This weekend is another installment of Animazement. So if you are going to be around the Raleigh area stop by the Raleigh Convention Center and say hello. I will be selling prints and doing commissions in the artist alley ballroom. Sorry for the short post, I will post again before Heroes Con next week...

Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Hello Seattle...

Well this is my overdue wrap up of the Emerald City Comic Con 2010...
Green Lantern, Copic markers on bristol, 9x12", 2010.

Dark Phoenix, Copic markers on bristol, 9x12", 2010.

Captain America, Copic markers on bristol, 9x12", 2010.

Venom, Blue pencil on Marvel sketch cover, 2010.

Lois Lane, Ink wash on bristol, 9x12", 2010.

Batman, Copic markers on bristol, 9x12", 2010.

Supergirl, Copic markers on bristol, 9x12", 2010.

What an amazing show! One of the best I've had the pleasure to experience so far. I couldn't believe how big this show was... there were so many people at this thing. When I did get up from the table to walk the floor, it was so freaking busy, such a good sign to see that. I think the artist out numbered the actual venders selling comics. My friend Adam came out with me so I wouldn't be going at it alone, big thank you to him for doing that, even though it wasn't that hard convincing him to go. Also, my friends Chris Uminga and Matt Fletcher had their tables right next to ours this time around too, so we all got to hang out a lot over the weekend. They have recently started doing some sick looking digital pieces in their art, so please check out their sites. I got to meet lots of wonderful people at the show and outside of it too. (one very special person in particular, which I hope to get to see again someday). Thanks again to those whose stopped by to say hello. You made the trip even more enjoyable. Chris was kind enough to introduce me to the very talented Christina Strain (my all time favorite colorist). Even though I turned all fan boy on her and couldn't hardly say a word without looking like an idiot. (cough*... loser). We even got to go to the Chesterfest, which I was totally nervous to be at, but still pretty fun. Seeing all the professionals in one room away from the con was pretty exciting.

We stayed an extra day after the con was over to actually walk around and explore Seattle. I kind of broke the bank doing it, but it was so worth it. I never really get to look around at the places we usually go to for cons because we always leave as soon as it's over. We did the tourist thing and walked up toward the Space Needle and took tons of pictures. Next time I go out that way I'm defiantly going out to see some of the surrounding areas away from the city. It was such a beautiful place and all the people there were so nice. I could really see myself living there at some point in my life. So... thank you Seattle for being such a wonderful place and I will be back next year for another Emerald City Con.

I know I've been absent from posting on the blog the last couple of months (due to some f-ed up stuff in my personal life), but I'm getting over it now and ready to get back to work on my art. No more feeling mopey and shit, got to wake the f up and get back to what makes me happy and that being, drawing comics.

Thursday, March 11, 2010

Emerald City Comic Con This Weekend

Zatanna, Copic markers on bristol, 9x12", 2010.

Just a quick post to show off this new commission of Zatanna. Also, I will be attending the Emerald City Comic Con this weekend in Seattle, WA. If anyone is in the area, please come down to the show. I will be in artist alley at table M-30. As usual I will be selling some prints and doing commissions. This is will be my first time going to Seattle so should be fun, hope to meet lots of great folks out there.

Wednesday, January 6, 2010

U-Go Girl

U-Go Girl, Copic markers on bristol, 9x12", 2010.

Just finished up this commission of U-Go Girl. (one down and like twenty more to go... no more sleep for me.) I really love how this one turned out and enjoyed getting back into Mike Allred and Peter Milligan's characters again. Made me sad to find out the last three trades of X-Statix are out of print, would really like to finish off my collection, oh well.