Sunday, May 8, 2011

Heroes Con 2011

I'll be attending Heroes Con this year; this time without a table however. Yes, sadly there's no table, but all that means is I won't have a place to unload all my stuff. I'll still be making the rounds and catching up with everyone.

Fresh off a Free Comic Book Day sketching spree, I'm inspired to find a way to squeeze in some con sketches at Heroes. So if you're also going to be in attendance, (and you manage to find me among the horde) ask about a sketch.

Maybe this is a good year to start a con sketch book and get some sketches of my own.

Free Comic Book Day 2011

I had a blast on free Comic Book Day this year. I made an appearance at Criminal Records in Atlanta. If you were able to make it out to see us, I'm glad you did. You possibly even got a free sketch from me! Fantastic!

Criminal Records hosted a great venue for the event and it's definitely worth checking out next year.

Here's a couple of free sketches of which I managed to get a shaky picture.

Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Wizard World Atlanta 2010

I'll be attending Wizard World Atlanta this December 4-5, so if you're going to be there, come stop by the table! If you're on the fence about it, this is the first time the con will be in the area, so come support it and make it happen again next year.

Remington Veteto

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Wasteland: Kick in the Eye

So here we are finally. WASTELAND: Kick in the Eye (#29) is coming out tomorrow (7/14/10). This is all very exciting for me. If you're in the vicinity of a comic shop, head on out and grab one tomorrow! Here's a sneak peek at a few pages from the issue:

It was a boat-load of fun playing with the characters and environments as well as having the opportunity to explore my influences in greater detail. I'd have to say that while inking these pages, I looked to Jorge Zaffino the most. I've actually made a slide show of a lot of his work that I just cycle all day while inking. It gives me the ability to look up from my desk and see how it's supposed to be done.

I'd like to thank:
~Shawn Crystal for his unrelenting guidance as I stepped into my current style with an inky brush in hand.
~Nolan Woodard who was actually my professor during the creation of the whole book. The constant critiques and feedback helped me tremendously.
~Roy Richardson who, back in the day, showed me what a brush was and introduced me to Argentina's finest inkers.
~Chris Schweizer who was actually a great ego boost through the whole process, and the best safari guide to get you through a Convention.
-and last but not least-
~James Lucas Jones and Antony Johnston who grabbed me and said, "DRAW!"

Friday, March 12, 2010

Angel and the Ape

I hadn't heard about Angel and the Ape until this little challenge.

On the first go-around, I had 90 minutes to learn what Angel and the ape was, come up with a composition, pencil, and ink this pinup. The first attempt was a good learning experience, but it'll stay off the internet. What you see here is round two on this piece. I took the same composition since I somewhat liked it. I was just able to spend more time with reference and inks.

*EDIT: The artwork will be back up shortly*


Here's a few pages based in the Wasteland universe.

It has nothing to do with the Storyline, it's just an experiment with the characters and environments.

Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Bad Deal