Here’s a commission I did last year for a nice couple’s anniversary, featuring the two of them on the cover of a retro science fiction comic!
Here’s a piece I did recently featuring a couple of D&D characters confronting a Mind Flayer in the Feywild! Why is there a Mind Flayer in the Feywild? To be honest, I don’t know, but it can’t be anything good!
This was a fun piece to work on. My first time drawing the Feywild. It’s fun to do that overgrown nature thing, with the strange colors, and the big mushrooms and whatnot. I’m not sure I captured it completely how I imagined it, but it’s a start! This piece was also the culmination of my experiments with a more “painted” coloring style, vs. the “airbrush cuts” typical of comic book coloring that I usually use. I like the look, and I thought it would be a more efficient way to handle all of the vegetation, but it ended up being more time-consuming than usual. Currently, I’ve gone back to the basics for the time being.
Here’s a sequel to a book cover I did a little while back, Salome of Ylaldil by S.S. Lobakow.
Some character designs for Paul Tucker’s Superhero/Horror comic book, Bump Back!
Here’s a comic cover I had the very fun opportunity to do for Paul Tucker’s Bump Back series, for which I also designed the characters (and I’ll post those soon!)
Here’s a very challenging D&D piece I completed recently. The commissioner was a DM running two campaigns for two parties respectively, and he wanted both in the same scene, but with wildly different backgrounds — the desert sandstorm of White Plume Mountain, and the underground tunnels of Forge of Fury — with the DM conjuring a dragon in front of both parties. What’s more, he also wanted two additional versions with just one party and the DM. That required some additional drawing, as well as a lot of planning and experimentation with my coloring process especially, to separate it all out in the end. So like I said, a big challenge! But a very welcome one, which made this piece very interesting to work on.