4.27.2010

El Torro

The following is a step by step for the process of creating my piece for the PCS Domo Arigato: Robot Show.

I do very detailed sketches on graph paper to get a feel for the layout.

The ink of the main image - the girl and mechanical bull - was done seperately from the type in ink wash on arches hot press watercolor paper.

Everything was assembled and colored on the computer. I fudged with the type to make it simpler and fit in the space nicer.

If you live in the greater Philadelphia area, you should save the date of May 7th and see this and many other amazing pieces at the PCS Domo Arigato Show, and join us for the PCS Art Crawl!

4.22.2010

Philadelphia Cartoonist Society Art Crawl

Myself as well as a number of amazing local and international artists will be participating in and attending these shows. I highly suggest coming out!

The info:


The info in HTML...
Friday May 7th starting @ 6pm:

DOMO ARIGATO
(a robot show)
@ Brave New Worlds
42 N. 2nd Street
Old City

Deck Heads
(the finest in skateboard art)
@ Exit Skate Shop
825 N. 2nd Street
N. Liberties

Dirtballs in Love
(work by Jeffro)
2434 East Dauphin Street
Fishtown

Also an important note: The Philadelphia Cartoonist Society is now found at phillytoon.ORG due to the fact that a home improvement guy bought out our old url...update your links, kids :)

4.21.2010

FCBD

Just received my copies for FCBD from Ape Entertainment's Shrek/Penguins of Madagascar book. Gotta say, I'm pretty psyched.


Pencils and inks by me. Colors by the amazing Tim Durning.

4.08.2010

Paracinema Magazine

I was contacted about a month ago by Paracinema Magazine for use of my Alien illustration.

Fortunately, it was something that wasn't lost on the old hard drive (because it was so old, that I actually put it on disk a long while back when I was archiving).

Here's the cover of Paracinema this month and a link to the website where you can get it:

Paracinema Magazine

And I should be getting a copy in the mail soon, according to the publisher. I find it mildly appropriate that this is my first editorial cover ever.