Monday, July 31, 2006

Here's some schmoe

This is a dude I have in a comic that I'm working on.

Back online and keeping at it

Hey folks,

Got my internet back finally. I've been working on a bunch of stuff for the SPX convention in Maryland. This is a story that I wrote and penciled last week. I don't know what to do yet with the background but I have an idea. Enjoy.

Note: The name Heathen is just a tentative title. In fact, the name Heathen has nothing to do with the story. I was drawing some characters for another comic.

News: Due to some technical difficulties, I'm putting the GE book on the backburner. Rather than try to fix the problem right now, I'd rather focus on something that I can do for SPX.

Monday, July 17, 2006

A spot illustration for the Indypendent

This will accompany a film review on Indymedia.

An icon for a new column in The Indypendent

There's going to be a regular column on tenant's rights, written by Bennett Baumer.

Saturday, July 15, 2006

No internet access for a while...

Hey folks,

I moved to a new apartment in Brooklyn and therefore temporarily have no internet access.
I hope to get it well before the end of the month.


Tuesday, July 04, 2006

Watercolor headed

Practicing some more with watercolor.

Sunday, July 02, 2006

Sample of comix 'On Relations Between Bodies'

After trying a bunch of ways of inking the comix and looking to Ted McKeever and Will Eisner's work for some inspiration, I think I got something that I like.

Spot illustration for the Indy

Here's the finish of the illustration for the Indypendent. I had posted the pencils before but obviously forgot to put the finish... :)

Cover for WIN Magazine

The War Resisters League is revamping the design of their publication and changing it's name to WIN magazine. Here's the cover I did for their first issue.

Here's Screwy!!!

This is Screwy the lightbulb. He's going to be the main character in the GE book. Cute little rascal. But be careful: his name's not Screwy for nothing. :)

A book on General Electric

I've thinking about this book for a long. [About 4 years.] It's only now that I've gotten the perfect subject matter to make the whole thing come together: General Electric. Here is a sample of my rendention of 'Neutron' Jack Welch. Needless to say, I didn't have to caricaturize him much. Just google his name and see for yourself.