October 6, 2014   9 notes

Part 1 of my 2014 24 Hour Comic: Sword Genius: Finally A Full Story. I’m pretty happy with how it turned out. Thanks again to the folks at Midwest Geekfest and Carfax for hosting the event in Columbia, MO!

Part 2 can be found here.

October 6, 2014   4 notes

Part 2 of my 24 hour comic

Part 3 is here

October 6, 2014   4 notes

Hi! If you’re seeing this before Part 1 and 2 please wait until they are posted. Thanks!

August 7, 2014   3 notes
New Owen Steelheart sketch. I’m still toying with the character design but I like this direction. I think his helmet in particular looks better this way.

New Owen Steelheart sketch. I’m still toying with the character design but I like this direction. I think his helmet in particular looks better this way.

July 24, 2014   3 notes
Phillip Fathom Vs Dry Phillip Fathom in the event of Dry Phillip Fathom’s 75th anniversary.

Phillip Fathom Vs Dry Phillip Fathom in the event of Dry Phillip Fathom’s 75th anniversary.

July 23, 2014   7 notes
In honor of Batman Day, here’s Prince dressed as Elsa from Frozen making it snow on the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.

In honor of Batman Day, here’s Prince dressed as Elsa from Frozen making it snow on the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.

April 24, 2014   2 notes

gregorydickens said: Do you look at certain comics to gear up for a new drawing or comic project?

I actually try to avoid reading anything in particular before I start drawing unless I need some sort of reference.  Part of that is because I’m always trying to make my own voice unique and am very motivated by trying to tell stories in comics that few others are telling.  That said I am always reading comics and studying what the artists do so I can figure out how to do it in my own way.  I’m in constant awe of how artists like Samnee and Mignola use black and white to really define their work, or how dynamic a Rios or Buscema page will look.  I’m mostly self taught and so I like to consider myself always a student and class is never not in session.

April 24, 2014   1 note

tdro said: What is your favorite character from pop culture to draw? Also, is it more fun for you to draw that, or an original character design?

I tend to draw Wolverine and Hellboy a lot, although my favorite right now is the Thing because I finally figured out a way to draw him and have him look right.  I definitely prefer to draw my own characters.  They always look “right” to me. :)

April 23, 2014
Wolverine sketch from Eastside last Monday. I did a decent Thing sketch too but for some reason my phone isn’t letting it upload. Weird.

Wolverine sketch from Eastside last Monday. I did a decent Thing sketch too but for some reason my phone isn’t letting it upload. Weird.

April 11, 2014   3 notes

New sketches I did while waiting to sing “Hungry Like The Wolf” at karaoke at Eastside Tavern last night.