Digital painting

Designing and breathing life in to characters and worlds has been an interest of mine since I started reading comics. Before that even. While my experience in this goes back some way, it’s only recently that I started utilizing digital tools to add some color. I’m finding it’s starting to grow into a new passion. Ranking right up there with cheese curds and naps.

Concept art

Portrait style art

Most of the artwork I produce is comic book-y. But not all. Here are some of the others.

Portrait style artwork

Hero and cosplay commissions

Have you ever pictured yourself or a loved one swinging through the sky like Spider-man or piloting the Millennium Falcon? Well now you can…with video games, I suppose…but, also with custom artwork! Drawn by me! Check out the commissions section of this site for more information. Below are a few examples of the work I’ve done over the years.

For what it’s worth, I often imagine myself as Robert Cop 3 or Arm-Fall-Off-Boy. PLORP!

Custom hero and cosplay artwork

Comic style artwork

These are some drawings that, while still done in a traditional comic book style, aren’t arranged in a sequential storytelling manner.

Comic Style artwork

Sequential art

In his book “Understanding Comics,” Scott McCloud defined comics as juxtaposed pictorial and other images in deliberate sequence, intended to convey information and/or to produce an aesthetic response in the viewer. In this instance, however, we’ll just call it sequential art. Here are some of mine.

Comic sequential pages