Kill Krazy looking crazy. Penciled, inked, and colored. : 1993
This one was actually done my brother at my grandparent’s house. We used to play Pinochle with my grandfather…apparently I stunk and must have “cheated” as Hard-to-beat Harvey is vehemently claiming. : circa 1990
I have no idea what’s going on here, used to do this a lot. Just randomly doodle a collage of the first things that come to mind. : 1996
The Deep End was another comic book I planned on creating that never got past the cover art. Here is the initial sketch to issue #1 with the light-boxed final version in ink. : 1996
Hot chick. Big *ahem* guns. Check and check. So good I signed it twice. : 1995
A darker sense of humor was a must in our household. This Christmas ‘card’ I made for my dad in 1998 is a perfect example. I can’t believe how rough I left it, should have cleaned it up a lot. I also should’ve realized the difference between “they’re” and “their.” What a dummy.
A little doodle of a character my brother and I developed named ‘Hoodeus’ : 2001
What are perspective lines with out a good ‘ol nuclear blast to tie them all together? : 2001
If you look closely you can see the perspective lines near the top of the image where I was learning to correctly draw in perspective during class, however more often than not, the bottom of my paper turned into spontaneous doodle parties : 2001
A doodle I did while “taking notes” in a design history class. Just your typical alien head hatching from a human head under a pyramid-shaped UFO sketch : 2004
Fat Cat Comics Logo : 1996 : Through the years my brother and I created several names and logos for our fantasy comic book studio, this was one of them.
Close Crop on an unfinished cover for The Deep End, featuring ‘Rabid Rabbit’ with a Smith & Wesson and Peacemaker Rocket : 1996
Title design for a would-be comic book. Hand-lettered, markers : 1993
Rough sketch of one of my brother’s childhood characters : 2001