A big thank you to everyone who bought a print or a commission. Thanks for making 2015 a memorable year. I got to sit next to Odd Truth again and they were great tablemates.
Hope everyone has a great Christmas and a Happy New Year! If you don’t celebrate Christmas…enjoy the holiday break.
Aside from being a comic book artist I’m also a devoted Catholic. I believe in guardian angels. There has been a lot that has happened in my life that started back in 2008. It has been a very tumultuous time but through it all I have had my faith. After losing my job and getting hired to do really crappy jobs, I’m back in the education field. It has been difficult but through it all I know that God was with me. I lost family members and close pets. I know that there was an angel on my shoulder the whole time looking out for me. That’s what my new series is about – angels. I uploaded three of them to my fantasy art page. I have more but I’m looking for the right scripture to accompany the image. I’m very excited to be doing this series.
Thank you to everyone who bought a print at the Tucson Comicon. this was my third year at the Tucson Comicon and it has been a big success EVERY year! I will definitely be back next year. I had a lot of closeouts that people took advantage of and duplicate prints: Poison Ivy, Storm, Silver Surfer, Riddler, Scarecrow, Superman 1 and 2, Hulk, Dr. Doom (I really liked that one), Joker 1, Spiderman 2, Elektra, Green Goblin, Venom, Wonder Woman, and the Punisher are all being retired. If you got a print…KEEP IT….it’s a collector’s item now. I’m working on all new stuff for 2015. I’ll have a new, more traditional Joker (NOT the Heath Ledger version which I retired), a more dynamic Hulk (he won’t just be standing there), a different Spiderman than my two previous versions, Black Panther, and Deathstroke! I’m also redrawing a more dynamic Superman and Wonder Woman. Thank you, thank you, thank you everyone who bought a print. Without your support, I wouldn’t have the inspiration to keep creating. Speaking of creative, check out these awesome costumes from the con. I especially liked the Yup Yup Aliens from Sesame Street.