Convention FAQ’s The Comic Book Convention Season of 2019 is very quickly coming up. I’ve got a few appearances lined up and I’ll be posting them on my Events page very soon. Please keep checking back for more updates. As I prepare for the upcoming tour of shows, it occurs to me that I’m often
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Here is a book illustration I did for the short story, Sanctuary, by my friend… and Scrabble nemesis… Scott Young, a fellow graduate of the Kubert School. The story appears in Scott’s latest collection of stories, his book, Coming Into Focus. Scott is currently holding a Kickstarter campaign for his book which you can
This is a color piece I did for a children’s book I’ve been illustrating. I’ve been working on this project for over a year now and I’ve posted pieces from it before this. This is one of the pieces from this project with which I’ve been most satisfied. To be perfectly candid, when I was brought on board
I posted the inked version of this illustration in my In Progress album on Facebook and it drew a good amount of interest. Here is the final color version. As of this writing, it has been submitted to the author, along with a few other illustrations, and is pending his approval. The coloring was done with
One of my regular clients is the public relations firm J Connelly. A few times throughout the year I am brought in to storyboard and then “star” in whiteboard videos. If you’re not familiar with whiteboard videos, please check out the link below. Basically, in a whiteboard video, an artist illustrates various subjects in
This illustration part of a series of color pencil illustrations drawn for a whiteboard video. These videos feature my hand drawing the illustration at a high rate of speed as a speaker narrates the video. I’ve illustrated a number of these videos now for Jennifer Connelly Public Relations. This illustration, done in color pencils, features
This caricature of Jackie Gleason in his signature role of RALPH KRAMDEN was done for Washington Press. Washington Press commissioned me to draw a number of caricatures of famous characters from 1950’s television in order to tie into a series of stamps being put out by the USPS honoring the Golden Age of Television.
I drew this caricature of John Calvin which was used as the cover illustration for THE PRESBYTERIAN HANDBOOK. I also did a few of the interior illustrations. The book was published by Geneva Press. As I remember it, the book had a satirical tongue-in-cheek tone similar to the Worst Case Scenario series which was popular
This marker sketch titled “INTEGRATION” was part of a marketing campaign for the drug Xarelto for Ogilvy CommonHealth Worldwide.
I drew this dinosaur to be used as a logo on an earlier business card. My former student and friend, Fabio Redivo added the colors and designed the entire card.