Thursday, April 17, 2014

Sprung!



Have a great long weekend everybody! Microns, brush pen and water colours on 90 lb paper. 

Thursday, March 27, 2014

A guest, part 2.




On my recent trip to Vancouver, I had the pleasure to hang with a rad little dude named Oskar. Turns out that he's also a great artist! So, here's some of his work that he did in my sketch book. I'm glad someone used it. Thanks to Fiona and Cory for allowing me post Oskar's masterpieces. 

Wednesday, March 5, 2014

More dust.



Another 365 days around the sun. Thanks to my parents, family and friends for putting up with me for so long. Live for today folks and have fun!!

Thursday, February 27, 2014

Still going.



A little sneak peek from Boston #4. Pencils for the issue are almost done, then on to #5! Also, I would like to wish a huge happy birthday to Josh Flanagan. He's a great writer, collaborator, editor, cheer leader and friend. Years on, I'm glad I responded to a post he put out looking for an artist. Probably one of my smatter moments. 

Friday, February 14, 2014

Fast love.




A little something for the love birds. A quick sketch, microns and photoshop. 

Thursday, February 6, 2014

Crow.



Working on the last roughs for Boston #4 and just wanted to ink something. Well, this is what I came up with. .5 Micron, brush pen on bristol. 

Saturday, January 25, 2014

Image means nothing.



Sick and tired of being sick and tired, I went through my records and started playing some of them. Next thing I knew, all I was playing was metal. Old school metal. Possessed by the music, I was at the desk drawing. Metals biggest fan. Microns, brush pen, white ink on bristol. 

Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Blah.



Nothing like having a cold in the heart of winter. I feel like garbage. I thought doing a sketch would help somehow... it didn't. Brush pen, colouring pencils on rag tag paper. 

Thursday, January 16, 2014

Get to work!



No new sketch yet. So, a little teaser panel from Boston. More coming soon!

Sunday, January 5, 2014

A guest!



Here's a drawing from Sean Davis. Sean is one of my oldest and best friends. Also, he's a killer artist. He can draw like crazy and he's unreal when it comes to photography. I've been bugging him to start a blog, site, tumblr...whatever to show off his wicked skills. Maybe someday, until then here you go. A million tiny dots. Might be more. I just wish I could have scanned this sucker. 

Tuesday, December 31, 2013

See you next year.



Best wishes and luck in the New year!

Thursday, December 19, 2013

Thursday, November 28, 2013

In Hammersmith Palais.



A sketch that came together really quick of possibly my favorite band. They're at least in my the top 3. The Clash! Or, more so, Joe Strummer. I can't stress enough how much I'm inspired, empowered and just pure love this band. Microns, brush, black and white ink on bristol. Long live The Clash!

Monday, November 25, 2013

Laying low.



I'm really not sure where this came from, or why I drew it. I guess just to do a drawing and shake off the November blahs. Microns, brush pen, white ink on bristol. 

Friday, November 8, 2013

The reason why.



A while back my buddy Marty, did me a favour. Over a beer or four, with Marty asking nicely, I agreed to do a drawing of his dog Gus. He's a monster of a dog, but a total softy. Plus, I wanted to do something nice for helping me out.

 That was back in late July. I didn't end up finishing the drawing and giving it to Martin until Oct. 11th. 

This is one of many reasons I hate doing any sort of commission work. It takes me forever and knowing it's taking me soo long, makes things worse. Especially when it's a portrait of some sort. It's not that I hate doing the work. I just want it to look right and that's the hard part. People know what their pets, baby, parents, whatever, look like better than I do. Trying to get something down on paper that will satisfy them and myself, drives me nuts. Which leads to mistakes. Not little tiny one's that are easy to fix. Big, bad one's that take forever to blend out. 

So, you can ask me to draw your (enter family member or pet here). Chances are, 99.9999 per cent of the time, I'm going to say no! Sorry. 

Well, after all that rambling, here's Gus. Brush pen, microns, ink wash, white ink on bristol.