close up of a tiny section of a work in progress. Pen and ink is still my go-to medium I guess… I always have a good time with it. April 2017 ends up being one of my busiest months ever as far as commission work goes.
Recently finished reading “The Night Ocean” by Paul La Farge — a book that inspired me to re-read short story of the same name by Robert Barlow (with some help by H.P. Lovecraft). Lafarge’s book is great, although most Lovecraft fans will probably hate it.
The page above is from a comic book adaptation I did of Lovecraft’s ‘Dagon’ a while back. I’d love to do an adaptation of Barlow’s ‘Night Ocean’ story, but don’t think there is much to draw since most of the story just has the narrator walking up and down a lonely beach thinking.
Getting ready for a night out on the town.
Check out this really magical stuff by Sidney Sime over on Monsterbrains.
Jack Kirby inspired illustration for a recent project.
This is a post-apocalypse sci-fi illustration with mutants, ruins, laser swords, a disintigrator pistol. a curly tree, mushrooms and all the other good things in life. The white spaces are places for text to go. It goes across 2 pages, so imagine a seam through the middle. For Goodman Game’s “Mutant Crawl Classics.”