Tuesday, May 12, 2015


This is a print I made for Mother's Day. All the moms in my family are tough ladies! Inks were done with a Pilot brush pen, then colored in PS.


Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Monday, May 4, 2015

Captain America, Deadpool, Black Widow, Princess Dragon Mom

Some 3.5" x 5.5" sketches done in prep for Free Comic Book Day 2015. Zebra and/or Pilot brush-pens.

Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Unnamed Comic Project

Hello! So, I've begun working on a yet unnamed web comic project set in a fantasy world. My pal Jared Cvetas (@WoolyToots on Twitter) will be joining in as a collaborator helping with some of the writing, as well as acting as someone for me to bounce all of my ideas off of. Jared is the DM for my weekly Pathfinder game, and probably the biggest fan of my podcast, Douglas and Dragons.

The web comic will be created in the standard profile orientation of comicbooks.  Once we get it rolling, I hope to put up an average of 3 pages a month. It will be a combination of single page, comic strip type jokes and multiple page story arcs. The comic will mostly focus on the employees of an agency that manages adventurers, acting as a middle-man between them and clients looking to hire them. I'm hoping to inject a good combination of humor and general bad-assery. It will definitely be geared towards adults, because of themes, violence, nudity, etc.

The most exciting thing to me, and where Jared's years of experience running D&D games will really be helpful, is what we are hoping to do with the comic down the road. We're looking to spin some Pathfinder compatible adventures out of the setting down the road. Maps, unique monsters, etc.

But, first things first. We need to get some stories out into the world! Here is a sneak peak of the first page I'm working on:

Monday, March 30, 2015

Tarn Thrice-Cursed

This was done for the upcoming Wayfinder Magazine, issue # 13:

click to enlarge!

The illustration is based off of this excerpt from a short story by author Scott Young:
"The vales around are inhabited by the fey, and any non-human is often suspected of being a faerie in disguise. As I strode down what passed for the main street, an elderly lady muttered something under her breath and threw a bent horseshoe nail at me – presumably to see if I recoiled from the sting of cold iron."

Thursday, March 26, 2015

Quoven vs Forte

This is a piece I made for my friend Jason Ford's Kickstarter campaign. A print of it was given to backers if funding for his comic book hit a certain stretch goal.

The guy on the left is Forte, a main character from Jason's comic, The Servant. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1594908556/the-servant-1

The character on the right is Quoven the monk, a character Jason plays in our Pathfinder game.