Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Blue Beetle Tres

The Blue Beetle (aka Jaime Reyes)... this was a birthday present for a friend. I'm a huge fan of Ted Kord, but Jaime's pretty awesome. But man that costume is hard to draw!

Monday, September 27, 2010

Must Only Zibarro See The Beauty In A Sunset?

Been re-reading All-Star Superman and remembering why it's one of the best comics ever. Case in point - Zibarro, the 'Bizarro' Bizarro Superman. That series also makes me long for a Superman's Pal, Jimmy Olsen ongoing series by Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely... now that would be an awesome series.

Friday, September 24, 2010


Hey guys! As I mentioned in the previous post my D Magazine gig is done. Well the last few months have been a pretty bad time to be without that work (mostly due to having to get a new car and all the expenses that come along with it) so I figured now was a pretty good time to start doing commissions regularly again! Rates and samples below:

Sketchcard - $10
Headshot - $15
Single Character - $40
Additional Characters - $15 per character

All commissions are 8.5x11 (except sketchcards - 2.5x3.5), black & white, inked. Shipping is $5.
Here's a few samples!

For more samples check out my DeviantArt Gallery. If you'd like a commission email me with the details at Payment taken by PayPal. Muchas gracias, mi amigos!

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

One Last Souvenir

Souvenir of Dallas is no longer going to be featured in D Magazine. Above is the very last one we did, which was featured in the July issue. Souvenir ran at D for three years and it was an extremely rewarding experience. I just want to say thanks to Tim Rogers and the rest of the fine folks at D for giving it a home for the last few years and letting us do some crazy stuff. Thanks to all the people who read and enjoyed the comic. And thanks to David Hopkins for writing such awesome scripts. For David's thoughts on the end of Souvenir of Dallas, just CLICK HERE. Not sure if it live on or in what form but I'll keep you posted.

Monday, September 20, 2010

More MarvelCats!

Is it me or does Purrfessor X (HA!) look more like a teddy bear than a cat. Damn. Oh well. My favorites of the bunch have to be Venom and Speedball, incidently the two characters I can't think of funny cat names for.

The Cat-tastic Four (ouch)

Jumping onboard the MarvelCats train that Katie Cook started. Spent a while this weekend just sketching out bunches of these little critters. So here's the Cat-tastic Four ready to do battle with Cat-lactus. And look, Mr. Cat-tastic even brought his Ultimate Nullifier. Even more MarvelCats to come... stay tuned!