Friday, December 21, 2012

Happy merry!

Hope everyone has a happy and safe holidays! Eat, drink, hang with family, friends and do it again!

Thursday, December 20, 2012

Keeping warm.

Two part process piece. A sketch of Liz from Hellboy. Brush pen, black and white ink on Bristol. 

Monday, November 26, 2012

How to build a bird.

Another one for the process junkies. From rough pencils, all the way to colour. Brush pen, ink wash and water colour on bristol. 

Wednesday, November 21, 2012


The Lebeuf brothers from Jeff Lemire's Essex County. Microns, brush, black/white ink and water colour on bristol. 

Monday, November 5, 2012

Drawing pictures.

A while back, my old friend Brock Hodgkinson asked me If I would help him out with a small video project he was working on. I said yes and next thing I knew, he was at my house ready to film. All I had to do was talk, answer some questions and draw something. Well, this is what Brock came up with and the drawing I did. Even though I can't stand to watch myself, Brock did a killer job. Check out the rest of his stuff HERE!

Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Still kickin'.

For the process people out there. Brush pen, black ink, old tooth brush, water colour on bristol.

Inks and tooth brush inks. 

Rough and tighter pencils.

I got a rock.

For devil's night, here's a scene from one of my favourite cartoons. Charlie Brown and the gang, out getting candy. Brush pen, microns on bristol. 

Thursday, October 25, 2012

Random 2012.

 A couple of things I've messed around with over the month. All were done with a brush pen, microns, brush, black and white ink on bristol.

A twitter request of Shredder for Norman legendary.

Tuesday, October 2, 2012


I was doing a drawing and had some spare ink on my brush, so I started this initial quick sketch. Well, I ended up spending a little more time on it and came up with this. A old school logo for me and my old skate buddies back home. It's totally fictional, we never had a team or gang or anything. Just fun with ink. Brush, black and white ink on bristol. 

Saturday, September 15, 2012


Sometimes, things don't work out. A rejected drawing I did for the band I'm in. I was asked to draw a skull, I did, then we thought about how over used the skull theme was. No problem, just sit back down and come up with something else. Brush pen, fingers, black and white ink on bristol. 

Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Last days of summer.

I started the pencils for this sketch in early June and just got around to inking it last night. A late summer shred was and is one of my favourite things. I just don't have to do homework anymore. Brush pen, brush, black and white ink on bristol. 

Thursday, August 23, 2012

Walk in the woods.

A sketch of Gus from Sweet Tooth from Jeff Lemire. Just a great comic. Check it out. Brush pen, brush and ink, white ink on Bristol. 

Friday, August 3, 2012

Sketchbook sketch.

The elusive Jackalope. Brush pen and white ink. 

Tuesday, July 17, 2012


Short on ideas this month. Brush pen and bristol. 

Saturday, June 30, 2012


On June 15th, 2012, my good friend of twenty years, Rob Delorme passed away. The loss to his parents, sisters and his friends can't be described with this simple post. 

Unlike me, Rob was a hell of a writer. We would always come up with a concept, he would start to write, I would start to draw and then the day to day stuff of life would get in the way. He was easily my greatest supporter. If I was down and out over something I did, he always found a bright spot. His enthusiasm was infectious. 

I'm going to miss the endless hours of talking bullshit about comics, movies, girls, politics, bands and pretty much anything under the sun. Laughing all the while. So, here's a small tribute. Rob looking out over the field next to his parents house. It's nowhere near as beautiful to the real thing.  

To Bernie Lomacks, Rob Dog, Bob, Bobby Ottawa, Bobby O, Deezy, Deez nuts and my man Delorme, you made me a happier and better person for knowing you. 

Tube a roo my friend. 

Tuesday, June 5, 2012


A sketch I did while waiting for ink to dry on another project. Plus, I was too lazy to clean my brushes at the time. So, young Hellboy. Brushes, black and white ink on Bristol. 

Thursday, May 24, 2012

Fresh air.

A quick sketch while waiting for ink to dry on another project. Bernard from Skottie Young. Fun little story from a great artist. Brush pen, Microns and white ink on Bristol. 

Sunday, April 29, 2012

A quick swim.

Good old Abe Sapien from B.P.R.D. Microns, brush pen, white ink on Bristol. 

Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Playoff sketch.

Something I messed around on while watching the hockey playoffs. Brush pen and white ink on Bristol. 

Thursday, April 5, 2012


Besides comics, skating has always been a huge influence on my art and in my life. The freedom and creativity it allows is indescribable. Plus, when I started, the graphics on the boards were sick! What kid doesn't love skulls, snakes, dragons, screaming hands and.. elephants? Being street skaters ( we didn't get a decent ramp in town until years later ), when Mike Vallely hit the scene, my friends and I were blown out.  He proved you could skate anything and everything. His impact on our scene was huge. So, as a small tribute, here's my take on his first pro board. Brush pen on Bristol. 

Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Smile and wait.

Just a sketch, letting my mind wander. Mignola influenced during the inking. Micron 1, brush and ink. That's all folks. 

Thursday, March 8, 2012

It came from the sketchbook!

Second sketch dump of 2012. Man Thing, Tetsuo and Magnus, Robot Fighter. Pencil, brush pen and white ink. 

Tuesday, February 14, 2012


I'm a huge Mike Mignola fan. I think Hellboy and B.P.R.D. are the bee's knees. So, during a #FridayDrinkAndDraw on twitter, I had a chance to take a stab at a favorite character. Daryl the Wendigo. Brush pen, Microns, White ink and water colour.

Thursday, January 26, 2012

2012 sketch action.

Some doodles from the sketchbook. Just goofy fun. Microns, and brush pen. 

Thursday, January 12, 2012

Out with the old...

A quick sketch for the new year. Seems like a shame to throw out a perfectly good Machine man. Microns, brush pen and white ink.