Sunday, March 29, 2009

Hulk, Firestar, and Co.

This is a piece of unused pitch art from a piece Paul Tobin and I knocked around a couple years ago. It's old, but what the hay.

Friday, March 27, 2009

Forgot to Draw the Kitchen Sink

Here are some panels from a short story I drew for Vertigo, House of Mystery #15. The story was written by Matthew Sturges. You'll just have to read it when it comes out. So there.

And here is me at my job before I drew comics, wishing I was drawing comics. Yeah, yeah...SCRUBS

photo by Tony Couture, used without permission

Monday, March 16, 2009

Gorilla in Spacesuit About to Clean Hitler's Clock

A gorilla in a spacesuit about to clean Hitler's clock, from my sketchbook. That is all.

Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Make Out Session

It's been too long since my last post, but I've been working on drawings that are not yet cleared for public viewing.

FABLES #82 from DC/VERTIGO comics is in stores today, written by Bill Willingham and with 17 pages of art by me and Lee Loughridge.

I am ramping up for my appearance at the Emerald City Comic Con in Seattle in April as well as chipping away on inks and pencils on a yet-to-be-announced WildStorm book. I am also drawing a short story for an upcoming issue of House of Mystery, written by Matthew Sturges.

No comment on the WATCHMEN movie, as I won't see it until this weekend and by then no one will care what I have to say (as if they would care now).

Below is the cover for the comic that I've posted art samples from previously. It's called ARABBER and is written by Stephen Scott, colored by Guillem Mari, and drawn by me. It takes place in and around Baltimore, Maryland, and Stephen is just putting the finishing touches on the pitch to shop to publishers. More news as it develops.