Such an original character and wonderful image! The Shadow is one of those characters that is always fun to draw!
It’s always great to get a chance to draw a character from your youth. I’ve always had a soft spot for this particular version of Hank Pym’s Giant Man/Goliath character from The Avengers!
The Phantom is a character I’ve always found interesting. But I haven’t had too many opportunities to draw him. This was a piece I did for myself a while back and sold it at a recent convention.
I love drawing creatures… and dragons are particularly fun subjects. Often, during the rare, quiet lulls at conventions, I’ll start a sketch. Sometimes, these doodles turn into something special. This is a favorite cons sketch!
Super Sculpey on Aluminum Wire Armature 2013 After my first knee replacement surgery, I was looking for a way to get off the awful pain meds. My physical therapist suggested doing something with my hands. I started sculpting this Joker bust as a way to keep my mind off the pain. It worked very well, …
Super Sculpey on Aluminum Wire Armature 2017 This is a personal project that began as a demonstration in my Character Maquette Sculpting class. The figure is the same scale as the great, MARX plastic figures from the 1960s. From toy soldiers to monsters, the MARX figures were a favorite from my youth. I especially loved …
When I was in my early teens, I was obsessed with Conan the Barbarian. I got hooked on Robert E. Howard’s pulp character through the Lancer paperback books with the brilliant Frazetta cover art. When Marvel brought Conan to comics, I couldn’t get enough! This is another convention doodle… and a throwback to all the …
Here’s a slideshow highlighting the stages of a realistic, modern military concept using photographic compositing. The finished product is the result of many different photographs being layered and adjusted in Photoshop to make one, cohesive image.
Obviously, I really enjoy drawing Monsters. The Dark Creature is a fun mash-up between a werewolf and a flying squirrel. These relatively low-resolution concept paintings became a visual focus for the marketing for the release of this new, MagiQuest adventure.
Lumina is a pixie light guardian. She’s only about 8 inches tall. She was a lot of fun to paint and the 3D model created for the game looks very much like this concept art.