Monday, September 12, 2011

Background Inks

Going through some old things and I came across this old piece:

This was a double-page splash that was one of my first inking projects I completed by myself while I was working under Nathan Massengill as his assitant. I'm incredibly proud of this one. This came from Darkhorse's Indiana Jones mini-series that came out a couple of years ago. You can see "Professor" Indy down at the bottom left on the rooftop. Pencils were by the talented Steve Scott.

Saturday, September 10, 2011

Put some I.C.E. on it!

I know I haven't updated this thing in forever, but that's not to say I haven't been doing any art. Quite the opposite...

I am happy to annnounce my first official professional credit as the colorist for 12 Gauge's ICE backstory as seen above. I am honored to have been given this opportunity to work with not only an amazing artist and writer, but really gamzing friends Brian and Doug.

If this was the first an last job I ever got, then I'm glad it would end on a great note to be with these guys. <3!

I.C.E. #1 and #2 on sale now!!! Go to your local comic book stores and pick it up!

Tuesday, March 22, 2011

T-Shirt Design

Hello world! It's been a while!


This is a T-shirt design I created for a contest the dance school I go to had. I didn't win, but I did get a free class for entering which was nice.

Created in Adobe Illustrator based off a few sketches I did. It was a lot of fun to play with!


Sunday, January 9, 2011

Art of 2010

Well, the majority of last year I had been asked several times, "Do you have a website?". When I had no answer, I said I would make an effort in posting my artwork in other venues besides my facebook. This year I will put in more effort to keep up with this blog starting with this post. Before we go head first into the new year, let's look back at last year's art. All but one of these will be in black and white.

The first was a piece I created inspired by music:

Music is a big inspiration to me when I create. The sounds I hear create images in my head that I have to get out on paper. I really love how this came out.

And now onto the black and white sketches!

This was completed on 9-13-10. My character Lily.

Completed 9-14-10. Lily's partner, Tiger.

Competed 9-15-10. My character, Li, short for Billie. She's a character from a story I'm currently writing about.

Completed 9-20-10. This was just a random sketch of a hip hop dancer. Hip Hop dancing is another hobby of mine. I love to let the beats move me and was happy to let it inspire this sketch.

Completed 9-20-10. Completed the same day as the previous image. I was feeling it and just did a random sketch of someone fashionable.

Completed 9-21-10. I was starting to realize I don't do a lot of action shots. So I decided to play with Lily fending off an attacker. I think my favorite part of the sketch was the back 3/4 profile of the thug getting his. Something about the angle on his face just does it for this piece.

Completed 10-17-10. A visit to my past. While I was visiting my parents, I came across an old sketchbook of mine. In it was a character I created in high school, Sayoko. I decided to give my hand at her and see how much my art improve over 10 years later. Man, did I really improve. What I did back then was quite embarassing to say the least.

Completed 10-25-10. This was done after watching Resident Evil 3D. I don't care how bad it may have been. I love Milla! And I love zombies!

And finally, the best for last!

If there was any testiment to how much I have learned and grown as an artist. This would be it. Finally. A convincing background and a crowd of more than 2 characters in one image. This definitely shows how much I have improved last year and I am excited to see what the next year brings.

Alright! So there we have the art of 2010. What do you think?

Here's to the New Year!


Wednesday, July 22, 2009


Just putting my stamp on Blogspot. Enjoy the ride! ;D