A Charles Addams-style cartoon of a weary space traveler who unknowingly arrives at…The Wrong Planet! Wrong Planet was a single-page comic I did for a graphic novel class I took while attending VCU. I came across my rough pencils for this when I was organizing my art drawer a few weeks ago and thought it would […]
Editorial illustration for Utah Adventure Journal. For an article on the drastic changes in weather during late winter/early spring that make planning the appropriate outdoor activity difficult.
Here’s the cover illustration I did recently for Well-Trained Mind Press. It’s for a children’s audiobook of Rudyard Kipling’s Just So Stories, as read by award-winning storyteller Jim Weiss. This is the fourth cover I’ve done for them, and I think this one may be my favorite so far. In addition to providing the cover […]
Recently, I was going through a drawer of old artwork when I happened across this four-page comic I did while taking a graphic novel class at VCU. We were told to create a super-villain with a defined set of powers/abilities. Once that was done, we were put into groups and had to come up with […]
This was for an article about a skier whose wife pressures him into observing Dry January with her. If you are like me and have never heard of it before, Dry January was originated in England to challenge people to stop drinking for a month as a way to raise awareness about the health benefits […]
My entry for this week’s Illustration Friday challenge is from a cover illustration I did for the Graphic Artists Guild newsletter. The title of the piece is Intertubes, and comes from Senator Ted Stevens’ infamous comment that the internet is a “series of tubes.”
Got inspired to go for a retro video game theme for this one. The article is about an avid skier who “powers up” by eating Granny B’s Original Pink Cookies, and I couldn’t help but be reminded of Super Mario. This is my first attempt at creating pixel art, and I was surprised at how […]
Illustration for an article about the loss of the writer’s beloved outdoor companion. While I was looking up photo references for one of the hiking trails mentioned in the article (which I obviously ended up not using!), I happened across a photo of the author and his dog. My initial idea was to draw more […]
Kid Hercules was a personal project I started years ago that I’m finally getting back around to. Since then, I’ve made several refinements to how I draw the main characters, in addition to expanding the story to an epic, multi-part series. Pop over to KidHercules.com for a peek at the original first three pages, and […]
DoodyCalls is having a “Howl-o-ween” contest where customers can post pictures of their pets dressed up for Halloween.