Thursday, March 5, 2015

HexComix and Hex11

So it's not far from a year since my last update? Well time flies when you're making comic books! I started a production company last year with my partners in creativity Lynly Forrest and Kelly Sue Milano, culminating in the October 2014 release of our new comic book, HEX11. It's a story about a future world where magic is a new technology being fought over by modern day witches, evil corporations, and arrogant demons. The creation of it has been a dream come true and the reception has been overwhelming.

Since it's debut, we've done a few West Coast conventions (Comikaze, Phoenix FanFest, Long Beach Comic Expo) with more to come (WonderCon, Wizard World Las Vegas,  Phoenix Comicon, and the big one: San Diego Comic-Con in July).

We've met some amazing people along the way, been nominated for the first ever Dwayne McDuffie Award for Diversity in comics, and released Issue #2 last weekend at LBCE! I'm now hard at work on Issue #3 and as such, won't be updating very much on this blog for the time being. So if you're interested in new artwork, please visit, or follow us on our social medias: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Tumblr. All news and art is regularly updated!

Thank you!

Friday, May 9, 2014

Mr. Sizzlewinks

Dragon Cats: These guys popped into being through a bit of randomness while sketching and now I want to put them in everything.

Wednesday, January 8, 2014

The Verge

A prequel to the previous post.

Monday, January 6, 2014

Smoke & Ink

Just drawing out some characters and scenes of a comic I'm perpetually dreaming up... More on this track in a bit.

The Red-Headed League

A couple illustrations of a Sherlock Holmes story for Scholastic.

Friday, September 6, 2013

Bowling for Time Travellers

I had a dream the other night about bumbling time travellers. It was highly entertaining. Mostly it was funny, but there was also this creep professor who wanted the secrets to time travel to use for his own evil ends. He chased around time travellers and cracked their skulls with a white bowling ball. Not the most logical weapon, I know, but it worked pretty well for him!