Ok, here’s the new one! My favorite video game series of all time, The Legend of Zelda! I loved, loved, LOVED this game as a kid, I played it for hours and hours, finding all the hidden doors, and heart pieces. My Dad actually bought this game for one of his dental assistant’s kid who was in a body cast after a bad skiing accident, and I was so jealous that this kid got the game before I did! My Mom and Dad even took me with them to pick the games out to make sure the kid had some good games to play while he was in the hospital. I would like to say I didn’t make a fuss, asking my Dad to buy it for me too, but that’s most likely not the case, as I got the game a few months later. I still play this game frequently, and get excited for every new Zelda game, no matter how similar they all seem to be to each other. GO ZELDA!

Also, I forgot to subtitle this one…oh, well.

Miniature printable version available on my flickr site. Full size version for sale in the STORE!

Hey all!  Currently, I am in the car, riding home from what was most definitely an awesome comic con!  I want to thank everyone for coming out to the table, and all you new comers who are here after picking up one of my promo cards.  Some of you may be here thinking, “WTF, where’s the comic?!”  Well, I’m putting my promo card up for all of you who weren’t fortunate enough to see me at San Diego.  So, load your printer up with some card stock, or get out cardboard and spray glue, and go to town with your Pirate Club playset!

Printable version available on my flickr site.

Well, I started this blog with full intention of updating semi-regularly, but I have been asked to have my PrintCutPlay pieces as part of a gallery showing in August, and I’m still on the fence as to whether or not I want to publicly display the pieces before the show. I will continue to dwell on this for a while, but there is a possibility of no new posts until August. I leave you for now with a piece that I made for my friend, and Invincible artist, Ryan Ottley’s son on his Birthday.
Well call this one a PrintCutPlay:mini. Thanks, friends!

Printable version available on my flickr site.

Probably one of the first franchises I actually went completely nuts for was TMNT. I know the cool thing to do would be to pay homage to the original Eastman and Laird vision, but let’s face it, 99% of us who first saw TMNT as kids fell in love with the cartoon, which, in turn, introduced us to the wonderful world of independent comics. So that’s why I drew the multi-colored headbands, and (from what I’ve heard) Eastman and Lairds much-despised Bebop and Rocksteady.

Miniature printable version available on my flickr site. Full size version for sale in the STORE!

It shouldn’t be a surprise that Star Wars would be an entry in my “stuff that influenced me as a kid” series. Honestly, if you didn’t grow up idolizing Han Solo when you were a kid, then I feel sorry for you. So, when I was laying out all the characters, I was like, “Man, I got a bit too much extra room here…what to draw?” What to draw? The little mousy droid that runs away from Chewie, that’s what! This was a fun one to draw! Back in a few with…I dunno, something awesome.

Miniature printable version available on my flickr site. Full size version for sale in the STORE!

This is the first piece in my “print.cut.play” series. It started off as a birthday present for my friend,cause he is a HUGE Ghostbusters nerd, so I made him a magnet set of his favorite characters from his favorite franchise instead of buying him some shitty video game or something.

Well, it had been a long time since I’d drawn anything in my free time that wasn’t my comics or freelance work, and I realized how much fun it was to draw this stuff. I had a hell of a time drawing this piece, and I realized I needed to do some of my own “geeking out” over my past.

Miniature printable version available on my flickr site. Full size version for sale in the STORE!