Saturday, November 22, 2008


(much better)


Here is my cat, Odin. I have another cat, named Daisy, but Odin is the only one who likes to climb on to my lap while I'm trying to do something. He invariably falls off and scratches my leg in an attempt to stay put. Always fun. Especially if I am drawing. Oh, and the Wacom is my arch nemesis. I don't use it much but for touching things up. I'm a hands on kinda guy and the Wacom is a little too sterile for me. A buddy of mine said that you can put a piece of paper over the pad and draw on top of that and it's supposed to feel like a pencil. Haven't tried it yet, so we'll see...

Friday, November 21, 2008

The Sad Serpent of the Swamp

I did this when I was inspired by a new project I am a part of. It is I think a little too friendly for the project, but it makes for a nice piece and I can put it here for you all to enjoy. So... enjoy!

Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Dungeons and Dragons

For all of you who enjoy(ed) this series, check it out on You Tube! I have attached the first part of the first episode. Each one is in three parts of about seven (7) minutes each. You might have to search for them a little, but it's easy cause they usually show up in the related movies section to the right of the viewer. Plus, I have attached a very well scripted and acted short film featuring Hank and Sheila, and an episode guide:

The guide can be found at:

There is another episode called, "The Last Illusion."

Undead Barbarian King

I can't show the one I like cause I gave it to Triple Ace, but here is another that is similar to it. Enjoy!

Bearing Fruit

Oh, and any of you who are interested, check out my new digs at the Celtic Myth Podshow!

And while you're there, catch a magical podcast from Ruth and Gary! The mists of magic flow from their mouths and from it step the strange and sudden heroes of yore.

Thursday, November 13, 2008

Storm King, Stomrkingr

This was fun. This is the brush cleaning sheet from my latest illustrations. Compare. Cool? You betcha. Couldn't do that again if I tried. Now I'm going to be all self-conscious when I clean my brushes.

Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Triple Ace Games

Well, we'll see how this goes. So far they are pleased. I was hired to work on a few pdf publications by the awesome gaming company Triple Ace Games. Check them out at:

Look forward to some great writing and gameplay from them. They're a UK based company and are responsible for a series of pulp adventures and several other amazing products. To name a few: Necropolis, Sundered Skies, Daring Tales of Adventure and the brand new Hellfrost. Also, keep an eye out for my artwork. I would post it here, but I can't :( Guess you'll just have to buy the books.

Check out this podcast from The Game's the Thing, a great resource for gamers:

It features a detailed rundown of the awesomeness that is Hellfrost. Plus, they plug my best friend and fellow illustratour, Chris Kuhlmann, who is responsible for all of the cover and interior art for the first book. So whatever you see there for Hellfrost thus far is Chris. Check him out at:, or link to him on the right under "Inspirations." It's worth it, he's awesome.