Krazy Kat

November 9th, 2017


Today at We Care Arts our assignment was to paint a “whimsical animal” and the first thing that came to mind was George Herriman’s classic comic strip.

If you’ve never read it I higjly recommend rem-a-ding the sit-you-ay-shun.

Morf

November 8th, 2017


This is a sweet new mini comic written by Billy Mckay and drawn by 25 artists (including myself)!

Billy wrote and colored this glorious tale of a monster born from a volcano who can change shape at will.

Each page is drawn by a different artist who depicts their unique version of the monster as it transforms along with Billy’s imaginative story.

Each artist could only see the previous page before they drew their version so none of us were privy to its dance of transformations until we saw the fully realized book.

It’s truly something to behold! Such an adorable and experimental comic. I’m lucky to have been involved in it.

You can purchase a copy from Billy at billytherobot.etsy.com where he sells many other of his art projects including Space Castle, the super fun one player card game he invented. Check out his stuff, it’s awesome!

Happy Halloween!

October 26th, 2017


This is a recreation I did of a pre-code horror comic cover by the mighty Bill Everett. Have a spooky holiday, everyone!

The Mighty Thor

October 8th, 2017


A friend of mine had a birthday yesterday, so I drew this for him.

Batman Day

September 22nd, 2017


Saturday September 23rd is Batman Day! And to celebrate I finished this tribute to Dick Sprang that I’ve been working on for awhile (or more accurately began working on, quit for a year, and then picked back up after I moved).

Dick Sprang was an amazing guy (look him up, in addition to a comics artist he was an explorer/adventurer) and my personal favorite Two Face artist in the history of comics. His Batman work is so distinct and beautiful, I can’t say enough good things about his wonderful artwork.

This drawing is based on a pin-up Sprang did thirty years ago that blew me away when I first saw it. Here’s to Batman and to Dick Sprang. Thanks for the amazing comics!