I am frequently spotted in a local café or on the rocky shores of the Puget Sound toting a spiral-bound sketchbook and my signature red col-erase animator's pencil (a remnant from my Disney days). Pretty much everything you'll encounter (other than photography) began as a crimson outline on a page in one of my sketchbooks.
A series of mixed media paintings I'm working on - horror classics pin-ups. Series 1: Freda Krueger, Jacie Voorhees, Billie the Puppet 30x40 acrylic on canvas - art prints available 2015.
A series of mixed media paintings I'm working on - horror classics pin-ups. Series 2: Pyramid Head, Lipstick Face, Michelle Myers 30x40 acrylic on canvas - art prints available 2015.
SERIES 3 of my classic horror movie pin-ups: #1 Hannibelle (Silence of the Lambs) 30x40 acrylic on canvas - art prints available in 2017.
Prior to leaving Seattle for Savannah, I gave myself a 2500 mile, 2 week crash-course of the South - this image kinda tied the trip together. Done in inks and Photoshop.
Man vs Wild, anyone? I loved watching that show. I got him to autograph one of the prints for me! Done in inks and Photoshop.
Fan-fave caricature, along with a zombie squirrel and Dale's Winnebago. Norman actually signed a copy for me! Done in inks and Photoshop.
Just finished re-watching The North and South (yup, series with Patrick Swayze, Wayne Newton and that guy next to Patrick Steward in Star Trek TNG) - yay, inspiration! Done in inks, Photoshop and water colors.
My first ever fishing trip - inspired by a photo from an old family album. The "analogue" version consists of photography on canvas and separate foam cut-out of the subject.
back in Seattle... yep.
rainbows brighten everyone's day...
What really did in Frosty...
CCCP space monkey - multi-media piece 40x30 inch painting - inspired by some graffiti of the word "teleporten"
A result of a labor day weekend by the Pacific (note: Hawaiian shirt, shades and PBR). Done in inks and Photoshop.
Zombie Travels - Savannah, GA. This is part of a more ambitious project, zombies in the various cities that I have visited. The digital version here is in the process of becoming mixed media (paper mache, and photography) painting.
Presenting a new series - not intended as a smear campaign - influenced by a gamut of junk food peddlers I pass upon leaving downtown... plus I wanted a cool reason to draw cute critters.