I just found the above comic (which I published in 2017 and originally sold for the princely sum of 4.00 usd) listed on Noble Knight for 25.00! I had no idea my comics were worth that much. I also once found one of my really early drawings from years ago on an auction site selling for an amount that was high enough to kind of surprise and flatter me.
If you come by the Goodman Games booth at Gencon (first weekend in August), I’ll be selling signed copies of “Dagon” (with better printing than the old yellow cover edition and with some additional pages), “The Mother of Toads,” “People of the Pit” and my new comic, “The Yellow Sign” for 8.00 each… plus I’ll have some posters and a lot of original artworks, color and black and white, originally published by Goodman and others.
Right now I’m in Bangor, Maine, about to head off into the black fly and mosquito infested woods for a week of camping so I will be off the grid for the next week or so.
A cover I completed a while ago for Old School Essentials.
portion of a recent work in progress. Drawn with pen and ink, then digitally composited and colored.
Work in progress. Mixed media/acrylic 2019.
Recently completed cover for Purple Sorcerer Games… the flaming warthog god watches another gang of hapless adventurers get washed down the gullet of Cadaver Canyon.
Recent work. Pen and ink and ink washes.
I was planning to go to NTRPG next week but financial constraints make that impossible.
Work in progress for another recent Goodman Games thing. This is a 2 page spread with “heroes” on the left side and “monsters” on the right side. A big block of text goes in the middle.
I’ll be out of town for about a week — art updates will resume then.
Above is a recent ink drawing of mine… just a small study of some weird tree branches.
Recent work for Necrotic Gnome’s kickstarter (link). This is one of 2 cover paintings I did for Necrotic Gnome.
I’ve been fairly jammed up lately with trying to catch up on a backlog of requests and work and some other tasks. Here is a recent BW illustration of gambling adventurers… I wonder what the stakes are?