This was another promo piece for Monsterland. This is the series’ protagonist. Can you tell I like Ultraman?
This piece is part of a religiously inspired horror set. None of them say anything about their respective religions. I just used religious symbolism to juxtapose what we associate with piety with something we consider monstrous or beastly.
A character for a video game I’m working on intermittently with a friend. It’s based on Norse mythology.
This was a piece of prototype promotional art for a supernatural adventure story I have yet to get around to writing or illustrating. Think “Over the Garden Wall,” but set during the Great Depression.
This piece is basically me getting out of my comfort zone and getting into a bit of playful absurdity. Cartoony-Storybook goodness.
This title makes perfect sense. I wanted to get my feat wet in psychedelic art. If you can’t tell, its my dog Charlie again.
This is my dog Charlie. I have been meaning to do more pieces based on him. He’s my little canine muse.
This was a piece I’d been dying to do for a long time. I love Deane Yeagle’s work and wanted to do a piece in his style. Not as raunchy as his stuff, but I think I gave it something interesting.
She walked into my life out of a dream I had in winter. I’m still waiting to wake up.
Having watched a lot of horror anime I made this as part of an experiment in minimalism and color to see if I could evoke an uneasy feeling.