Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Happy Birthday Jeff!

This is dedicated to one of the hardest working/most talented/coolest people I've had the pleasure of working with. Cheers Jeff!

Saturday, January 15, 2011

Ode to the Bodega

One of the things I miss about living in Brooklyn was a deli sandwich from the bodega down the street.

Saturday, January 08, 2011

Birthday painting for another good friend and photographer. You can see his stuff here.

Friday, January 07, 2011

DQ: Belle & Keni

Meet Belle and Keni, the two stars in a story I'm currently working on. Stay tuned for plenty more to come!

Thursday, January 06, 2011

LAC: Dec. 2010

This was for one of the Lazy Artist Club challenges last December.

The topic was: "Favorite Memory of 2010."

Fellow LAC member and illustrator, Pope Phoenix suggested the topic of "Zombie Street Fighter" and I went with it. I wasn't really into the zombie genre until this year when TV series like "Dead Set" and "The Walking Dead" came out. But I've always loved the Street Fighter series--the designs were beautiful and the colors primary but with purpose (similar to Super Mario Bros.).

One day, maybe I'll post some SF2drawings from high school. But we'll see...

Also, thanks to the Fix's, Colin and Anne, for the zombie inspiration!

Wednesday, January 05, 2011

Seein' kinda Patton...

One of my favorite comedians, Patton Oswalt, as the subject here. He was the voice of Remy in Ratatouille, played Spence in "The King of Queens," and is a writer of comics and books.

A "slash" person (does this-slash-this-slash-this, etc.) aka "multi-talented."

Tuesday, January 04, 2011


We went to see the Broadway production of the Pee-Wee Herman Show and it was amazing to see a concept so out-of-the-box still holds up even today. After that, we saw Sylvain Chomet's "The Illusionist".

The poses, the silhouettes, and the comedic timing of both Paul Reubens and the characters of "The Illusionist" were definitely something to behold...

Monday, January 03, 2011

The Emperor's New Year...

New year, new changes--nothing out of this world or super drastic, just chipping away and aiming at progress...

This was inspired by the work of J.C. Leyendecker, Daniel Adel, and Peter de Seve.

O Cyclops, Where Art Thou?

Done for the "Cyclops" project for the Lazy Artists Club. "O Brother, Where Art Thou?" is one of my favorite all-time movies.