AZ gave me suggestions to improve/deface my Darth Vader drawing.
Way back in 2011, AZ created Hadpanagus, a bizarre mythical creature who steals people’s butts and uses them for food and clothing. He loves butts so much, he links them together to make a tail […]
It’s a… uh… Available on stuff at Society6 and RedBubble
The Kroyl is a funny sea serpent that’s soooo long it gets tangled up and occasionally needs to be saved from itself. I like to imagine that it gets really excited and swims around spastically, like […]
my comic from issue 4 of Cartozia Tales, with settings suggested by Jen Vaughn and Isaac Cates. Visit cartozia.com to read about the collaborative process.
Digital sci-fi drawing done in Manga Studio, July 2014. Thought it’d be funny to draw a cockpit with a dashboard like an old car.
A personification of isolation. Watercolor and ink on paper. November 2013.
Watercolor of Greedo, the alien who is killed by Han Solo in the cantina in Star Wars: a New Hope. I didn’t use any pencil or ink to draw this–I started it and finished it […]
Watercolor of a gremlin, done in November 2011. I didn’t do any penciling on this one–just went straight to watercolors.
Watercolor of Richard Ayoade and Katherine Parkinson as Moss and Jen on The IT Crowd. A tnetennba is a docile, furry creature that can be kept as a pet, and worn in a variety of […]
This is a watercolor I did for the $99 sale at The Soap Factory. August, 2011.
A comic I drew during the 2011 holidays, starring Krampus and Hadpanagus, a couple of rascally hunters.
A watercolor sketch of Alastair, looking much happier than he did in his comic. May 2011.
Alastair the Alliterative Anthropomorphic Animal desperately wants to star in a kiddie book, but nobody takes him seriously. This was printed in an anthology called “Imaginary Friends” in 2011.
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