Thursday, April 28, 2011

I'd Like To Give A Shout-Out

Obviously, I haven't posted anything in a while, so I thought I should at least show something before this month is over.
This is a simple drawing I made as a shirt design for a cute rock band called CryOut.  The members are four kids, three girls and one boy.
For a little while now, I have been helping to color Doug TenNapel's webcomic, Ratfist.  That's been keeping me pretty busy lately but the end is in sight.

Friday, April 8, 2011

Comic Preview: Dad's New Boss

Matthew Wilson was the writer of a graphic novel I drew last year titled Scrooge and Santa.  He has written another story for another potential graphic novel titled Dad's New Boss.  I drew up a preview of the opening to the comic and it is available to view for free here:
If there's enough interest, we might complete the graphic novel and have it available first as a Kindle book through

Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Platonic Sketching

In the fall of 2007, I made a proposal piece for a graphic novel based on the writings of Plato.  It was printed and sent out to a bunch of various people and nothing yet has come of it.  Looking back now, I kind of cringe from most of the drawings.  It was drawn with a ball point pen, during my breaks, at my last job.  Now you can view it here:

Sunday, April 3, 2011


(In case you don't get my title reference CLICK HERE)

I've been slowly working on my own cartoon adaptations of the characters from my favorite TV series of all time, Mystery Science Theater 3000.  So far I've worked on Joel Robinson, Crow T. Robot, and Tom Servo (CLICK HERE to see).

Gypsy was drawn a little while ago but I never presented it until now.

Unsatisfied with my first Servo drawing, I made this second attempt.
I think this is in the right direction, regarding his personality.

There's more characters to tackle and I would like to make a drawing of the main cast but in the meantime, here's a collage of what I've done so far.

Keep circulating the tapes.