Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Mother Panic #4

So, here's a bit of work I did on a DC title earlier this year (or was it late last year?). Officially, I've now worked for the Big Two! Sadly, I feel that this book got lost in the shuffle of my busy schedule, and that I never gave it the attention I could have-- but looking through the pages to find something to post, I think it turned out pretty good. I had a hard time narrowing it down to the usual 5 pages, so that's always a good sign!

Art by Shawn Crystal (for the 3 issue arc that I colored).


Thursday, August 31, 2017

Zombie Slicin'!

They say you should never steal treasures from the crypts, lest you anger the restless dead. Perhaps this fearless barbarian should have listened-- but, where's the glory in that?

Anyway, here is a little piece of personal art I whipped up last year in my rare spare time. All done in Photoshop.


Friday, August 25, 2017

Green Valley #4

Let's keep things moving with Green Valley! Here are some pages from issue 4, where the "dragons" are revealed. As a consequence, there's a lot of dinosaur pages here-- but that's not necessarily a bad thing. Anyway, art by Giuseppe Camuncoli, and colors by yours truly.


Giuseppe Camuncoli
Giuseppe Camuncoli

Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Invincible #126

At last, we reach the end of my run on Invincible. This is the last issue I colored, which coincided with the end of the "reboot" story arc. Not much else to say, really. Looking back on this issue, I think I see why the rest of the team decided to go with a different colorist. At this point, my coloring style was moving in a different direction, and I think I was starting to lose the plot. I just got carried away with following some sort of vision that was at odds with the style they were looking for.

Of course, this is all speculation. Whatever the case, I see a lot of pages in this issue that I'd like to go back and fix. That said, I feel the same about a LOT of the work I've done in the past. ;)

Anyway, enjoy!

Wednesday, August 2, 2017

1/6th scale Barbarian

Here's a model kit I did a while back (the Barbarian by Fantasy Realms). This was my first resin kit, so there was a lot of learning done along the way. The building part of the kit was simple enough-- as it was basically all just one piece, plus the base and a few accessories-- however, the quality of the casting left much to be desired. It took a ridiculous amount of grinding, filing, sanding, smoothing, puttying, and even sculpting, until I eventually just gave up and moved on to painting. That part was fun.

Anyway, enjoy a few pictures!

Monday, June 19, 2017

Thursday, June 1, 2017


Among my many hobbies and interest, I also dabble in music. A while ago, I decided to get a bunch of retro synth plug-ins for Reaper and get to work on actually writing something. So, here is the result!

This is the first piece of music I composed, and I only had the vaguest idea of how Reaper worked when I started. I also knew next to nothing about mixing and mastering. As a result, this was absolutely trial-by-fire, with many tutorials watched along the way. That said, it was also immensely fun!

Anyway, please enjoy this piece of 80's synthwave style music! (Oh, and the video is just a bunch of free wallpapers I threw together in Windows Movie Maker.)