Memory Lane and other well travelled roads
Comic books got me started as an artist at about 5 years old.
I have been working as an artist for so many years, it's hard to believe I actually remember how it started! But, I do. I remember.
I remember sitting in my grandmother's kitchen, surrounded by windows, looking out into the back yard. I remember sitting there, about 5 or 6 years old, tracing from comic books, carbon paper under the page I was tracing. I remember later setting the paper beside the comic and drawing Thor, or Spider-Man, or a multitude of other characters. I remember wonderful creative artists like Jack Kirby, Neal Adams, Bernie Wrightson, Barry Smith, Craig Russell, Michael Golden and many others. I remember making up my own characters, honing my knowledge of anatomy and other elements of what I needed to know, and continuing on my journey to become an "artist." I remember the thrill of being published in fanzines, or my letters of comment being published in the comics themselves.
I am always looking for new work and clients.
Feb 19-21, TCG con, Houston
Feb 23-25, MagicCon Chicago
April 5-7, SCG Atlanta
May 17-19, Face to Face Vancouver, CA
May 31-June 2, Dreamhack Dallas
June 22-23, TCG Los Angeles
Sept 20-21, Lobstercon, Boston
These days, I take on all sorts of freelance work. Do you need a portrait? Email me! Do you need a character illustration? Email me! Do you need an altered Magic card? Email me! Do you need artwork? Email me!
To buy my art, go here, my Storenvy page! You can directly purchase originals, prints, Magic items such as playmats and tokens, and more!
Note: For every image you see on this site, there are 50 more. I have tried to include only the best. If you know of an image that is not here you would like to see or buy, just send me a message.
Also: I do not have a shopping cart set up here yet, so if you want to purchase original art, order things like magic playmats, etc, just send me an email or go to the Storenvy link shown above!
Interviews: Here is a link to a long interview I did recently (November 2017)
a newer one here.