Sunday, August 21, 2011

Kamandi fanart

The omnibus is coming out in October, and I can't wait!

Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Finally put together my Cintiq I got a few days ago!

Monday, May 9, 2011

Monday, May 2, 2011

Whooops! It's been a while!

Working on making White Shells, NC into a longer book narrative! I'm pretty effin' excited, so far it includes: a bull terrier named Cricket, softball, the summer before college, overalls cut into shortalls, girls with boy's names (The final girl's name is Winifred, but her friends call her Fred), parents buying beach houses to combat empty nest syndrome, salsa, pot, soda, vodka, gin, girls giving blow jobs to ex-boyfriends for a jealous reaction, daydreams, daydreams in showers, wild horses getting into trash, cleaning montages, pottery class, making out on porches and collect calls. And that's just in the first half, before anyone is killed (not counting the 1956 massacre at White Shells High flashback)!

It is going to be really graphic and totally NC-17, it's sort of tough deciding what is scary and what is just goofy though. Thinking about basic slasher set-ups, I don't want the cast to be too big, so I've narrowed it down to three main girls and one guy (there are maybe two auxiliary girls and one guy, but their deaths are the catalyst for the panic.). I do want it to be completely super natural though, so the killer is going to be a ghost. Duh.

Another thing I'm struggling with is making the comic totally cinematic. I feel like that's an easy way to tackle it. Some artists, like Katsuhiro Otomo (especially in Domu) know how to make simple images completely haunting and cinematic, without relying solely on wide, sweeping shots.

I've been watching any slasher/thriller movies I can get my hands on, My Bloody Valentine, Rosemary's Baby and The House of the Devil are some of my instant favorites. Carol Clover's Men, Women and Chain Saws is halfway done, it's a really good read. I never watched scary movies growing up, so I feel like I have to make up for lost time and really wrap my head around all of this! GUYS, I'M REALLY PUMPED ABOUT THIS COMIC. I think it'll be a good learning experience.

Thursday, March 3, 2011

First batch of Dreamworks sketches that got rejected, SECOND BATCH GOOOOooo°°°°°

Thursday, February 17, 2011

are the shades of pemberley thus polluted y'all?!

watched pride and prejudice and drop dead gorgeous last night ya knowwwww

Tuesday, February 8, 2011

A little Shimmer doodle

Sunday, January 30, 2011


A Megaman picture for Boba Fett Day Week!

Thursday, January 27, 2011

White Shells, NC

Sorta goofy and spooky, huh? I think I'm going to keep White Shells as a project I add to when drawing kids comics gets a lil' too cute and I gotta draw some gore.

Next it's onto V'GER! And some Shimmer Space Sweethearts!

Friday, January 21, 2011



I haven't updated since NOVEMBER? Pitiful! Here are some doodles of a few Shimmer Space Sweetheart ideas. This webcomic is going to be all about baseball Sentai heroes, frozen tundras, anime mascots, Magical Girls, sympathetic anthropomorphic animal teachers and townsfolk, arcades, popularity, finding religion, flowers (duh!), blimps and air travel, man-made planets and a ton more! All in about 350 pages (I have a 3 year plan to get this done and I'm stickin' to it!).

I started penciling V'Ger the other day, and it's been going pretty well! That little guy is fun to draw, and it's exciting exploring all the planets! I want to have everything V'Ger related done by Septemberish, but you guys will be the first to know. Then I'm hitting Shimmer Space Sweethearts really hard. It's weird juggling V'Ger and SSS right now, but I know getting my ideas down now will be better in the long run.