Monday, April 8, 2013

He's a Happy Bat!

Yay! Batman gots himself a milk shake!

And why not, here's the color version, which you can see here too!


Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Red Skirt - Some of the Process

I haven't posted to this blog in what seems like forever, but in actuality it has been around two years. I never quite knew where I wanted to go with this blog. So, I think it will become sort of a support for Eclectorama.

Since I post artwork on Eclectorama, I may repost or post a little of the process of making the illustrations I have posted there.

To kick things off, here is (hopefully) a little animated GIF of how the Red Skirt illustration materialized.


Friday, June 18, 2010

"It's not a doll, It's an ACTION FIGURE" Show

I was asked to participate in the upcoming show, "It's not a doll, It's an ACTION FIGURE", by our good friend and show curator A. Pants. It's starting tomorrow! Here's the skinny...

"Artwork and photography focusing on the love of the action figure!" At the Bear and Bird Gallery, in sunny Lauderhill, Florida! Running June 19 through July 31, 2010.

Here's my contribution...

The One Case
Digital Print and Water Color, Hand Colored
June 2010

"One Case to Rule Them All. One Case to Find Them.
One Case to Bring Them All and In The Darkness Bind Them."

Read more about it at nerdsquared and make sure to visit the gallery and flickr pool.

Friday, January 22, 2010

It's the Batman!

Just posted this at the pop project for Artist's Choice.

Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Lazy Artist

I admit I have been an extremely lazy artist when it comes to my Sketch Blog. It has been a year since I posted anything. In my defense I've been busy with work (doing art) and my studio at home is a wreck, overran with toys.

To further the point I had started a mural on the wall of my work office during my lunch breaks. It was meant to be just a line drawing, as you can see it still needs to be completed. I even had people here that would come in and try to follow my pencils on the wall and help paint during their lunch break, but they gave up as I was taking lunch to work on work.

I always meant for this blog to be a sketch book online of things that were going through my head, drawings that I just wanted to do for fun. So hang in there as I get the sketches organized and make some time to do some more.

Thursday, August 9, 2007

Gears Plush

Well the logo went over so well, that the company decided that Gears would get his own amusement family. This is one of the "natural" prototypes, the actual line (released 2007) was all in neon colors.

How many people can say they have a toy of their puppy?

Friday, July 27, 2007


Gears is a mascot that I came up with for Toy Factory. He is based on one of our Bassets named Squee.

Click here to see an image of Squee!