Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Gargoyle Park!

I'll give you Jason's description of the series because it's much better than the silly drivel I can manage:
"Aria Evensong is home from college. That's bad news for the residents of Gargoyle Park and even worse news for her. With a plethora of supernatural beings trying to recruit her to their cause, will she survive long enough to learn exactly who she is?"

I'm having a great time illustrating this, I hope it shows.
and you can read it online right here!
Go ahead, it don't cost nothin'.

Friday, September 17, 2010

the Illest Array

Is everyone gone yet?
Okay. I've been gone for some time. But I have been productive, so I hope that counts for something.
Here's a logo I did recently for local band The Illest Array.
Go & check 'em out, they've got moxie.
I hope to be back soon with more to show.
Boy, it sure is nice and quiet here...

Friday, September 19, 2008

192. Flex Mentallo

Another great Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely book: Flex Mentallo.
I haven't read all of the run, but what I have seen I have loved.

191. We3

Crazy busy.
Here's a sketch of Morrison & Quitely's We3.
Great book, meh sketch.

Thursday, September 11, 2008

190. Seaguy

Okay, now back to our regularly scheduled programming: Today is the continuation of the Grant Morrison Chronicles!
Hey kids, did you hear? Seaguy is supposed to be a trilogy of 3-issue mini's ...and work has already started on the second arc. In fact, Cameron Stewart has a few pages from the second installment posted over at his Illustration blog.
Goooood stuff.

188. Gold Key covers

First off, whoops. 186, 187, 189?
Secondly, I want to do this entry right, so I'm going to have to come back to this.
Most likely, I'll do a wee-little painting.

Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Tuesday, September 09, 2008

187. Amalgam Comics

Amalgam Comics were nothing if not good-time, whacky fun. Maybe it's like Bill said: "This is something that worked far better as a concept than it did in execution." But he also said:"The Amalgam Comics 'events' produced some great comics and some even greater ideas, and was a simple spot of fun in an ever more complicated industry."
Once again Bill, you put it far more eloquently than I ever could have.

Also, I'd like to thank Brian Cronin for the kind words on Comics Should Be Good.
That beeping you hear is probably just the Brinks truck backing up to your door.