Monday, December 31, 2007

Dudley, Malcolm and Wayne

The weekends are made for doodling. Now that the holidays are winding down I'm going to try to post new stuff a little more consistently. I am excited for 2008.

Monday, December 03, 2007

Oddica #6 - Revenge!

Oddica has released a new issue of their free, online magazine featuring the above illustration of Otto, along with new work by Malota, Ray Frenden, and an awesome cover by Erik Abel. If that wasn't enough, Oddica is also having a big Holiday sale allowing you to stockup on fresh t-shirts for yourself or loved ones.

Monday, November 26, 2007

Proverbs for Monsters Book Cover

Proverbs for Monsters Book Cover

I am thrilled to announce that Michael A. Arnzen's newly-released Proverbs for Monsters features a cover and interior illustrations by yours truly. Michael is an award-winning author and Proverbs for Monsters is a full-length collection of the best short horror stories and poems of his career so far. These illustrations are a return to my hand-drawn "creepy" technique and I had a blast working on them.

Michael and I collaborated on Gentle Monsters and I am honored to be a part of this important collection of his.

Sunday, November 18, 2007

above these things

Another doodle with this guy. It's not terribly dynamic but I like the contemplative nature of it. Giant Robots have feelings too. I think he needs some friends.

Tuesday, October 02, 2007

Taming the Business Illustration Monster

Full page feature illustration for IBM Systems Magazine. Lots of fun, and got some good art direction from the guys at MSP Publishing.

Sunday, September 23, 2007

Good Day Sir! (Bigfoot and Yeti edition)

A little something I put together for the Cryptozoology challenge at Illustration Mafia. As a kid I was really into Bigfoot, the Loch Ness Monster, and Yetis. These days, I tend to think actual discoveries of furry lobsters are a little more interesting. I'm going to try to do some more crypid art this week if I get a chance.

Friday, June 01, 2007

MetalMan Project/"I Pull Knives on People"

My contribution to DopePope's MetalMan Project Volume Two. This is a very cool project centering on re-visiting art created during childhood, something I can certainly identify with.

Wednesday, May 30, 2007

Puttin' the Fart in Art

Some days you just need to doodle.

Super-Secret Project #1 was sent out last week and is presently in the hands of The Secret Company. Super-Secret Project #2 is under construction. Life is good.

Thursday, May 17, 2007

Lou, The Severed-Arm Safety Mascot

"Remember kids, be sure to ask your parent's permission before using their chainsaw!"

Oh, Lou.

This was a little doodle I started a while back, got stuck, and re-discovered it. I think it's pretty funny. Might make a nice vinyl figure or something.

Wednesday, April 11, 2007

Website Update / Mobile Content

I went and updated my website today, decked it all out in springtime colors, and added some of the illustrations I've done recently. Plus, I added a new page of mobile content, allowing people to put my artwork on their phone as a screen saver image. Enjoy.

Saturday, April 07, 2007

Trio de la Muerta / Oddica #5

Here is a new piece that recently saw light in Oddica #5! I have a few projects to finish up this weekend, then I can focus on updating my website and delivering some more cartoony goodness to the world.

Saturday, March 17, 2007

Half Zombie/Half Mummy

Originally, this was supposed to go into the next issue of Phase Magazine. But due to stress/block/madness I was unable to get more work developed around their theme of "Play". They were more than cool about it and I hope to be able to properly contribute to the next issue.

This piece is a riff on a bunch of drawings I did when I was about five. I combined movie monsters by splitting them down the middle. If a zombie is scary, and a mummy is scary, well then... clearly the two combined would be twice as scary.

I also have a piece in Oddica #4. It's the "School Picture" piece that was designed as a back-up for them in case my schedule got too hectic. Sure enough... it did. But I feel like I'm on a roll again and will hopefully have more to share soon.