Eight days after it launched, the DIE KITTY DIE Kickstarter campaign became fully funded! My friend and partner, Dan Parent and I are overjoyed and incredibly grateful at the outpouring of pledges and support from all quarters. It’s really been amazing and very humbling. Chief among our biggest supporters has been the great Adam Alamo,
Category Archives: Sketchbook
This very eerie headshot of the Iron Ghost was also intended for the sketchbook I never finished. Colors here are also by Anwar Hanano.
My colorist, the talented Anwar Hanano, plays with the color palette on my Iron Ghost head shot.
Here is another sketch of the Iron Ghost from my anthology EPICS. This sketch like the other one I just posted was intended for a never-completed sketch book I was putting together. Hopefully, the Ghost and the sketchbook will be revitalized very soon! The dazzling colors, textures, and that great background design with the cogs
The Iron Ghost, pictured here, is the title character of a story I wrote and drew for EPICS, an anthology I published in 2012 along with four friends and colleagues from the Kubert School. We each wrote and drew our own six page story. Later, we did a second issue with completely new stories unrelated
Like a previously posted Betty as Power Girl, I started Josie here during 2015’s Fan Expo Toronto this past September and like Power Girl, I finished Josie during this week’s Basic Drawing evening class as part of a coloring demo.
One of my most popular themes at comic book conventions, here is Betty as Power Girl. I revisit this one over and over because sketches of Betty as Power Girl sell quickly and easily at cons. This one is my latest and was started at the very end of 2015’s Fan Expo Toronto this past
A marker sketch of Veronica Lodge on the beach! This one was purchased by my friend and writer for Pixie Trix Comix, David Lumsdon! I still owe him a matching version with Betty!
If I ever need a few bucks, all I ever have to do is draw these little yellow, Twinkie-look-a-like Minions. Nothing moves faster or stops traffic at a convention like having Minions on display… and having the Minions as different characters like Archie and Jughead as seen here… is just like printing money!
A larger sketch card of the Batman villainess, Poison Ivy. There are certain female characters who are guaranteed to move at comic conventions. Putting out sketches of Catwoman, Power Girl, Harley Quinn, and most recently Spider Gwen is like shooting fish in a barrel! Poison Ivy is right there with them. This is a larger