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.
Thank you to everyone who bought a print at this year’s Phoenix Comicon! I’m very flattered that people like my style of drawing. I’ve always enjoyed chibi style and I’m so happy that other people like it too. You get to meet some pretty awesome people at comicons! Thank you to everyone who hung out at my booth and talked with me. It helps pass the time and I get to meet interesting, exciting people. I would also like to thank everyone who wore a costume. That’s what makes the cons so much fun, to see how ingenious and creative people are with their characters. Finally, a big thank you to Nick and Victoria from Odd Truth Publishing for being awesome table neighbors. It made the con all that much more fun to have two funny people next to me. Don’t forget to checkout their website at TorchbearerComics.com!
I’ve been surfing on You Tube and I noticed that there aren’t as many videos explaining one and two-point perspective as I would like there to be. I decided to start my own series explaining the basic principles of one-point perspective. Check out my newest video! (Two-point and three-point perspective are coming soon.)