Announcing the all-new, official Kid Hercules web site! Featuring daily drawings from my 365 challenge, a brief synopsis of my upcoming series, and a few action-packed illustrations of the world’s strongest kid in full, blazing color! Check out all the awesomeness at www.kidhercules.com.
Here’s just a few samples of my ongoing 365 challenge for a character I’m developing called Kid Hercules. I actually completed the challenge back in April, but have a pretty big backlog of images to upload. This has been such a great project and something that has helped improve my work in ways […]
San Francisco’s Common Ground magazine is leading up to its 40th anniversary with an issue devoted to the importance of humor. Editor Rob Sidon, who knew me from my days doing comics and short animations for a meditation center in India, called me up to ask if I had anything on hand. Alas, I had […]
I’m proud to announce a new project I’m undertaking called Kid Hercules 365. It’s basically just another 365 challenge where I draw a new Kid Hercules illustration every day for one year. I’m doing this as a way to help me develop my characters for a graphic novel that’s been brewing in my brain for […]
Here’s another illustration for HappyReading.org. The art director wanted me to go for a non-European king, suggesting perhaps a Maharajah instead. I loved that idea and wanted to make sure I included a variety of patterns typically found in Indian folk art.
Here’s a little something for Halloween. I actually did this for HappyReading.org, but I thought it was a good fit for a Happy Halloween image.
I got to illustrate the cover for the Graphic Artists Guild’s upcoming newsletter, which I’m pretty excited about. The theme I was given was how we are connected via digital media. My idea for the image is a riff on former Alaska Senator Ted Steven’s infamous declaration that the internet is “a series of tubes.” […]
Here’s a quick sketch for this week’s Illustration Friday. It’s actually part of a project I’m working on, but I thought it fit this week’s theme well enough. UPDATE: Here’s the finished piece:
Latest work for Utah Outdoor Adventure journal for an article on disc golf. I couldn’t resist putting in the cliche golf clothes, which I think also help people unfamiliar with disc golf understand what’s going on in the scene; specifically that it’s not frisbee. Just for fun, I’ve included a couple of my thumbnail sketches […]
There were a lot of fun features to draw for this month’s map illustration, which happens to be an area just south of where I grew up.