Friday, June 1, 2012

B is for Big Bad Wolf

So, we're two weeks into alphabooks and I'm already changing up my style. Some of you may be wondering why the sudden departure from the comic book pinup style approach I took with last week's Alice drawing. Well, there are a couple of reasons why I've decided to go a different route with this week's entry.
For one, time is of the essence. I'm happy with my Alice drawing but it can sometimes be a challenge to even pick a character, much less place them in a scene, ink, and then possibly color it each week. Not that I don't like a challenge but this new approach is much more carefree and fun. Which means I'm more likely to see this through and hit my weekly deadline.
Secondly, my wife and I are expecting our first child (a girl) in late August and I thought this project would be a good opportunity to make something for her. Ideally, I'd like to compile all of my drawings into one cohesive alphabet book or create a series of flashcards from them. This gives me an additional incentive to see the project all the way through. Since my Alice drawing is more comic book than children's book, I'll likely revisit it at some point.
I hope this clears things up and I hope everyone enjoys the new look.

Friday, May 25, 2012

A is for Alice

My first alphabooks submission. A fictional character (from books) drawn each week - one for each letter of the alphabet. A is for Alice.

Saturday, May 5, 2012

Free Comic Book Day

My pinup for Sketch Charlotte's Free Comic Book Day Anthology. Get it at Heroes Aren't Hard to Find in Charlotte today!

Wednesday, March 28, 2012


The 52-page MEGA FIRST ISSUE of Brother Nash (featuring a pin-up by yours truly) is out today. Be sure to go to Heroes Aren't Hard to Find and get your copy.

If you can't make it out to Heroes, visit Bridgit Sheide's blog for additional details and updates on where to find it.

Monday, February 6, 2012

Brother Nash Pinup

Friend and fellow Sketch Charlotte member Bridgit Sheide recruited me to do a pinup for the printed version of (the first arc) of her webcomic Brother Nash . It's my first pinup and I had a blast doing it, despite my reoccurring fear that I could be known as "the guy who ruined Bridgit's book".

It hasn't been released just yet, but I'll be sure to let everyone know when and where you can get your hands on a copy.