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.

Digital Painting

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.

Project CK

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