Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Jiggs painting

Decided to paint one of my own characters this time.
It's Jiggs the Banjo Puppy!

Woody Woodpecker painting

Woody was one of my favorites growing up. Especially the older meaner version.

Monday, March 19, 2012

Daredevil Vs Elektra painting

Did a quick painting of DD and Elektra just to see if I could.

I did kinda.

another John sketch

Starting roughs for the first chapter of the Silver John comic adaptation for Sequential Pulp. Here's a colored sketch.

Trying to work out my line art and painted background combo.

Friday, March 16, 2012


To finish out the day and the week, here's a simple cabin.

Quick Classic Cartoon Paintings

Tweeted for a classic cartoon character.

Batfink was first.

Then El Kabong.

Finally, separate suggestions for Felix the Cat and Mighty Mouse, but I put them together.

I hope all these guys are living comfortably in the cartoon retirement home.

Popeye painting

A simple and fairly quick digital painting of Popeye the Sailor Man.

Thursday, March 15, 2012

Desrick on Yandro

"Oh, there's other creatures, too. Scarce animals, like the Toiler."

"The Toiler?" he said.

"It's the hugest flying thing there is, I guess," said Miss Tully. "Its voice tolls like a bell, to tell other creatures their feed's near. And there's the Flat. It lies level with the ground, and not much higher. It can wrap you like a blanket." She lighted the pipe. "And the Bammat. Big, the Bammat is."

"The Behemoth, you mean," he suggested.

"No, the Behemoth's in the Bible. The Bammat's something hairy-like, with big ears and a long wiggly nose and twisty white teeth sticking out of its mouth—'

Oh!" And Mr. Yandro trumpeted his laughter. "You've got some story about the Mammoth. Why, they've been extinct—dead and forgotten—for thousands of years."

"Not for so long, I've heard tell," she said, puffing.

"Anyway," he went on arguing, "the Mammoth—the Bammat, as you call it—is of the elephant family. How would anything like that get up in the mountains?"

"Maybe folks hunted it there," said Miss Tully, "and maybe it stays there so folks will think it's dead and gone a thousand years. And there's the Behinder."

"And what," said Mr. Yandro, "might the Behinder look like?"

"Can't rightly say, Mr. Yandro. For it's always behind the man or woman it wants to grab. And there's the Skim—it kites through the air—and the Culverin, that can shoot pebbles with its mouth."

"And you believe all that?" sneered Mr. Yandro, the way he always sneered at everything, everywhere.

"Why else should I tell it?" she replied.

Friday, March 2, 2012

Zeke Deadwood Sequentials

Ive been working on short stories and a couple of books for Sequential Pulp Comics so Ive not been able to post much. Ive got no current sequential work I can show right now. So I'm posting some pages from the last Zeke Deadwood. I'm really proud of that book. More so than just about anything I've ever done.