Monday, August 29, 2011


Here is a glimpse at a work-in-progress print of one of my all time favorite movies! I'll post the whole piece in b/w when its finished.


Saturday, August 27, 2011


Buisness cards have arrived! Now just waiting for the BLOODY OLDE ENGLUND preview books. Should be here by Monday!


I guess would be the name of this piece. Not really sure of the characters name. Tried something a little different this time. Just did clean lines. No shadowing. My gf seems to like this style a lot and lately she's been right on a few things. Thoughts?

Friday, August 26, 2011


So after showing this piece to my gf, she really didn't like the flames in the background. So I figured I'd ask everyone to get a grouped opinion on this. Flames or no flames?

Thursday, August 25, 2011


Almost finished with the Power Ranger colors. Here's a peek at it so far...

Wednesday, August 24, 2011


Here's a new piece. I'm just finishing up the colors on it now. Will be posting A LOT of pieces with colors in the next few days. Until then here is the Captain Punisher inks.


Saturday, August 20, 2011


Oryla - A witch troll from icelandic folklore.... Enjoy.

Friday, August 19, 2011


Been a while since I posted any pin-up style pieces... Colored version coming soon.


Thursday, August 18, 2011



So here it is the preview cover of the BLOODY OLDE ENGLUND book! I'll be doing quick werewolf sketches on the covers for those that purchase the book at DragonCon!

Not to mention the fact that every person that buys a copy of the book or a limited B.O.E print gets a raffle ticket for a chance to win an original werewolf double-page that I'll be giving away at the show on Sunday afternoon!


Saturday, August 13, 2011


Today is Bloody Olde Englund co-creator: BOBBY NASH's BIRTHDAY!!!

Go visit him over at his page and say HAPPY BIRTHDAY!


Yep. So here is page 22, which is also the final page to our preview edition of BLOODY OLDE ENGLUND. I will continue to post random updates on the progress of the book and even a few random panels from pages here and there, but this page pretty much ends the showing of full finished pages.

I've had a few people ask me lately, "It's interesting that I've been posting so many pages to the book, aren't I worried that if everyone can just see all the pages they won't want to purchase it?"

In a way, yes, that could be true, but at the same time. No.

BLOODY OLDE ENGLUND is a 66 page. graphic novel. Yes, everyone can or already have seen the first 22 pages, but they haven't read the book at all. Bobby and I have posted a few random pages with dialogue, but I feel if I can catch peoples interest enough to want to know what's happening in these pages, even though there isn't any words, then they'll buy the book whenever it DOES come out.

Also there's still 44 MORE pages that people still haven't seen. And honestly, all hell breaks loose only two pages after the preview edition ends. Tons and tons of werewolves and death, everywhere! I'd think that alone would be enough to make people want to come buy the book.

So, can it be hurtful having shown all these pages, yes, but in the long run I think everyone will agree, it's a good risk to take.




Tuesday, August 9, 2011


Here's pg.20 - Figured since I used a double panel on this page I'd post it showing the lettered version to help better fit the understanding of the panel.

Also, I just wanted to thank everyone for looking at my artwork or even following it. Means a lot to know that so many people care to check it out. I always imagined that it would take me forever to get 5,000 page views for my blog, but I never could have imagined to reach 10,500+ page views so fast! I promise to continue to pump out awesome work for everyone! Thanx.



Lettering done by good friend and fellow comic illustrator, James Burns. Though James might not think he did much of anything on this, he actually is the last missing part that gave this book life. Enjoy just a small taste of a lettered page.

Friday, August 5, 2011


Here's page 18. I love this page so much. Originally in the script Bobby wrote it to where Joe, our hero, walks into the dark, empty, eerie house, hears a noise and turns around to find the cat jump out of the kitchen scarying Joe. I liked that idea and took it one step further having Joe hearing a noise, turn only to find the cat licking up the blood of his dead owner. People constantly comment on how creepy that panel is, but it never really hit me until I looked at it in color...


P.s.~ The preview edition is done and has been sent off to the printers. Should have it a week before DragonCon! Super excited!