I did a little experimenting with some new watercolors by painting the ink drawing I did of the scene from Moonlight. I feel the version with digital coloring (below) is more successful, but it was nice to try my hand at a different medium.
Jerusalem: The Processes Behind Making A 380 Page Graphic Novel
It’s been over a year since we finished work on the graphic novel Jerusalem! The book was recently released, and I was reminded that I have yet to document all the work that went into the creation of the epic 380 page story. Since this book was more than three times the length of a […]
Jerusalem Graphic Novel Is Released
The graphic novel Jerusalem is at long last in stores! The 380 page story of a family in Jerusalem during the 1940s was written by Boaz Yakin (Fresh, Marathon, Now You See Me), drawn by Nick Bertozzi (Lewis and Clark, The Salon, Persimmon Cup), and published by FirstSecond Books. I served as Art Director and […]
Marvel Strange Tales Vol. II Hardcover
Marvel Strange Tales Vol. II issues 1-3 have been collected in a fancy hardcover which is now available at your local comic shop. You may recall that I colored a few pages of this fantastic anthology. Read more about that here: Issue 1, Issue 2, Issue 3.
Marvel Strange Tales II #3
The final issue of Marvel’s Strange Tales Vol. II is out tomorrow, and once again, I have colored not one but two exciting Nick Bertozzi pages! Continuing with our Steranko themed artwork, the real watcher Uatu sinks deeper into the perverse world of Philip the fake watcher, culminating in a trip to the never-before-seen Watcher […]
Marvel Strange Tales II #2
The next issue of Marvel’s Strange Tales will be out tomorrow and I have once again colored Nick Bertozzi‘s introduction page in which the Fake Watcher, Philip, continues to show the vacationing Uatu the beauties of human life. As with issue one, we continue to invoke the coloring and special effects of Jim Steranko. A […]
Vicious Circle Therapy Group
My Twisted Savage Dragon Funnies short story comes out this Wednesday, and my editor, Michel Fiffe, suggested that I do a post to explain the process I used this time around. Savage Dragon came on to the comics scene about the same time that my family moved neighborhoods, causing me to lose my paper route, […]
Marvel Strange Tales II #1
Strange Tales returns with Volume II and the first issue will be out tomorrow! Once again, I colored the introduction page written and drawn by Nick Bertozzi in which we rejoin our anti-hero, the fake watcher, doing his time in prison. For this round of Watcher pages, I’ve attempted to create a Jim Steranko feel […]
Getting Even With Shakespeare in the Fringe Festival
Here’s recent illustration I did for the Getting Even with Shakespeare production which has been selected for the New York Fringe Festival. While the above image is for a postcard, it was originally designed for the festival’s website (color) and brochure (grayscale) which required a very small icon. The size restrictions proved to be an […]
Twisted Savage Dragon Funnies Announced!
I’m pleased to announce that I will be a part of the indie comics creation: Twisted Savage Dragon Funnies. Beginning this May (Issue 160), each issue of Image Comic’s Savage Dragon will contain a short story written and drawn by a different indie cartoonist featuring characters from the Savage Dragon Universe. Here’s the lineup as […]