Friday, February 26, 2010


I did this for the sketch challenge over at Ten Ton Studios. I have never played either game but one of the trailers rocked my socks off so much so that I made the challenge a Bioshock challenge. It was supposed to be a sequentials challenge but a bunch of the competitors couldn't be bothered to do it. Really? I thought we were all supposed to be aspiring comic artists. Turns out, if you draw comics, pinups are the last thing you get to do. Oh well, I won with this so back to pin ups with the upcoming "John Carter, Warlord of Mars" challenge I chose.

At the very least, the Bioshock page will looks good in my portfolio to show editors.

Thursday, February 25, 2010


One of my class mates dubbed him Stitcherine. I wish I had thought of that. Anyhoo, this is the last of my "Stitch as..." set so... yeah. Here it is!

Stitch is Yoda?

I did this pic at the request of my lovely wife, Jolene. I always thought the Disney meets SW stuff was way cool so I did this. Enjoy it you will, hmmm?

Saturday, February 6, 2010

Covers, Covers, Everywhere!

This was an awesome experiment. In one of the best thought out challenges (IMO) in Ten Ton Studio's Sketch Challenge History(quickly becoming a constant practice ground for my artwork), a contestant chose to emulate a classic comic book cover and put an artist's spin on it. This meant a lot to me because it forced me to wrk within somebody else's game plan. To try to find weak spots to fix and strengths to add to my own artwork. In the end, I had a lot of fun and felt my artwork grow. The respective covers are beauties drawn by Travis Charest(Battle Chasers #1 Variant), Tim Bradstreet(Punisher #?) and David Williams(Marvel Adv. Fantastic Four #16).
I did my best to bring to the table what I thought would be cool and interesting regardless of the story(the reason they did what they did).