Thursday, June 25, 2015


A color study I did for a project that never came to fruition.
Have a neat summer!

Sunday, April 27, 2014

ADHESIVE Online Art Exhibit
May 1-31, 2014

Tuesday, April 08, 2014

Jimmy and Jimi

Two pieces I did for the 6X6 Group Exhibition
at Phone Booth Gallery in Long Beach.
The show has over 200 pieces of art and is open until April 30th

Monday, June 24, 2013

Mutant Mark

After participating in a spontaneous storytelling panel moderated by Raul Aguirre Jr. at the San Gabriel Comic Book Expo I was inspired to bust out a quick 6 panel comic. I came up with some characters and sketched out a quick story just to see what I could come up with in 45 min. It was a fun exercise in storytelling and spontaneous creativity. I think I'll be doing more of these. 
So here is what I came up with. 

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Mutant Mark and the Body Building Marshmallow Head

Sunday, April 28, 2013

The Avengers Nursery Paintings

At the end of 2012 I received a call from a good friend who was expecting his first baby. He wanted to commission 5 paintings for his new born’s nursery. When he told me the theme was going to be The Avengers I was in. He and his wife wanted the characters painted as babies, four individuals (Hulk, Iron Man, Thor and Captain America) and one group painting. I was very excited to put my own spin on these iconic characters and to help a good friend put together a kick ass nursery for his first child.

Here are the finished pieces in the nursery 


Some process pictures

My Friend Robert and his son Jackson

I had a great time painting these and it warms my heart to see my friend’s reaction to them. 
I am so honored to have my art in little Jackson’s nursery. 

Monday, March 25, 2013

WonderCon 2013

 Ill be at WonderCon 2013 March 29-31 at the Anaheim Convention Center.
Artist Alley Table 223

Click on the link for tickets and info

Saturday, March 02, 2013

Life Drawing 3-2-13

I was able to get out today and do some life drawing. Drawing people in public is one of the most uncomfortable and awkward things for me to do, but I feel I learn so much from doing it. I love sketching in a loose and expressive manner while making quick decisions to capture a posse. It's often a frustrating experience that results in a lot of indecipherable scribbles.   

The uncomfortable part is looking like a pervert while staring at people, the disappointment on peoples faces when they see the stick figures I am drawing, drawing on a postage stamp sized sketch book, and the inability to find a comfortable position to draw. It's all part of the experience and I feel I get a lot out of it, so I deal with it. 

These are some of the better drawings that came out of todays session, the rest look like a 3 year old got a hold of my sketchbook.