I've done two GPK series for Topps, and one Wacky Packages. The GPK fans have been so enthusiastic and warm to me, I love this world very much. The cards are all officially approved, the rest are private commissions.
An original painting, eventually it may be part of a series of wacky monster portraits.
These are sample pages without text from a picture book that is available on amazon.
This was the second comic I did for Monsterverse, although it's still awaiting publication through Legendary. I'm not sure if this version of the cover will be used (it was going to be put out by IDW at one point), and I believe there will be a new host at that time.
This is a comic based on the parable by Franz Kafka. It was originally published online by Read Challenger.
This is (someday) going to be a graphic novel consisting of three strange stories, very loosely connected, set in the rural midwest.
A few sample pages, without text, from an eighty-eight page graphic novel that I illustrated many years ago. It was originally going to be published by DarkHorse, but it was plagued by misfortune. I will say, however, that there have recently been some rays of hope for this book.
This was a fun commission for the cover of a self-published comic.
Another series that may get more added to it.
I was approached to illustrate this story for a DarkHorse anthology. It was a lovely hardbound book-- but it sold out rather quickly, so it may be hard to find a copy unless DH releases another edition.
This is a silly children's book that I wrote and illustrated while working as a staff illustrator at AuthorHouse Publishing. You can grab a copy at amazon.
This was a short horror comic I wrote and illustrated with the hopes that it would be published by DarkHorse for their Creepy Comics revamp. It was later colored, and the host was replaced, for its publication in Monsterverse's Bela Lugosi's Tales From the Grave. To see that version, you'll have to find the comic! (Psst, I still have some copies if you want one.)
Linocuts from my adaptation of Struwwelpeter by Hans Hoffmann. The cool thing is, the book was discovered by the Struwwelpeter Museum in Frankfurt Germany, and they really loved it. They interviewed me, and several of these prints are a part of their permanent collection. It's available for purchase at amazon.com.
Here are a few pages, without text, from a fun illustration commission for a self-published comic.
Novel cover and character illustrations for commission.
This is going to be an anthology of bizarre tales by several different artists/writers. It will hopefully be in print in the fall of 2017.
This was a very fun commission for a ninja comic that was intended to be self-published. The research was a blast, and it rekindled my childhood interest in this kind of stuff.
I need to make more of these-- but they are all available for order on items at society6.com.