Tuesday, December 19, 2006

Peep the download

A pdf of that 15 page ashcan I made is here for download.

That's all I've got for now. G'night.

Friday, December 08, 2006


I've recently been offered the chance of a gallery showing here in Portland. I don't have much that's a decent size, and not too much single piece work, but I'd still be interested in how it would fair in a gallery, and I'm working on some cool stuff I want to do just to hang up on the walls. Those should be good gallery pieces, nice and pretentious. Hopefully I don't seize up into a nervous ball of fleshy bits when/if it happens.

I've been thinking about my style lately. It's weird, and I think this happens to a lot of artists, but I never really saw a particular style in my stuff. People tell me I have it, but I never see it, and when I do, I see multiple styles and can't help but think that it needs refinement, a cohesive focus that I lack. I feel like I sometimes push myself, but then don't see it in the end result. I guess lately I'm feeling a little more like me when I draw or design, which is a good start. Anyway.

I've obtained yet another online personality here at ComicSpace. It's slow in the starting, but could be a potentially fruitful networking tool, and already has a lot of actual professionals as members. Hey! Dave Gibbons just signed up.

Wednesday, December 06, 2006


One of my favorite artists, Paul Pope, has a new blog called PulpHope. Most well known recently for Batman Year 100, he's one of the few people in the industry that I could say has an original style and I strongly recommend checking out his 2 major graphic novel works, Heavy Liquid and 100%He's got some great art up as well as some interesting musings on process and motivation.

Also, my friend Timothy Green finally has his website back up: www.timothygreenii.com. You may have seen his work in the Dark Horse adaptation of the Aeon Flux film.
An awesomely poofish Savage Dragon by Tim.