Thursday, April 30, 2009


S'more gestures done this morning for warm-up...

Monday, April 27, 2009

Brush Tomfoolery

Quick update since there's a bit of work I need to jump on today...

Here's a little morning warmup I did to loosen up my arm. I was testing out a new brush I made from a standard round, as well as some new keys I mapped to wacom pen (I feel kinda dumb for not realizing I can map keystrokes to the pen's buttons!) So now instead of having to reach waaay across the keyboard to adjust the size, I just click the little buttons instead. I lose my right-click, but only for PS.

Anyway, yeah, not the greatest of paintings, but hey, at least I tested out some new stuff!

Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Back to the drawing board...

Well, after two weeks of being more or less out of town (a few days spent in town inbetween trips,) I'm back and the gears are cranking again! Some quick news, followed by sketches done this morning and on the plane trips...

If you've been following this blog for a bit, you know I've been working on a comic called Border Crossings. Well, we currently have a website up and running, which you can find over at Currently, we have the pitch up there, but as we get closer to June, the site will be transformed to support the webcomic, and we'll be updating it with new pages from the first issue.

Why June? Because we'll be at Heroes con and we want everything to be up in time so we can show off the goods and point as many people as we can to our product, that's why! We'll be having a table there, and as time goes on, I'll give out the details for that.

So for now, here's some sketches. One of them had my precious speedball pen vomit all over it, so just don't mind that. I think it was going through the same pressure stuff I had on the plane, cause my eyes felt like they were going to pop outta the head from sinus times, this allergy season.

Monday, April 13, 2009


Some stuff from the sketchbook while I was out of town...on a related note, I'll be out of town again this week! I'll be sick of planes by the end of it all.

Friday, April 3, 2009

Aquarium and Critter

Well, it's my 60th post, so here's a mix of observed and imagined drawings. I went to the Atlanta Aquarium last weekend on a particularly rainy day, and got a slew of photographs, and when the crowds weren't thick, a few drawings in here and there. Here's a couple of them.

I also did up this little drawing of a critter the other day, then decided to bring him into photoshop to try and do some more painting study. I think it might be another step in the right direction, but still a long ways off to what I eventually want to be able to do.