OK, I’m taking my blogspot into something of a new direction. Since it’s much easier to keep up with my daily activities on Twitter (@yardsaleartist) & Facebook (@yardsaleartist), I’ve decided to use my websites (this one & www.TheYardSaleArtist.com) for more weekly round-up purposes. I’ll do my best to drop a “week in review” every weekend. • Read More »
Custom cover work must be in the air! Here are two recently finished commissions. First up is my favorite subject to draw, James Bond: ANd I got to play with some color on this Iron Man cover:
Finished up a Dr. No pen & ink (with a little marker) for a client. Interestingly enough, I got the client because he heard me discussing Dr. No on the Film and Water Podcast. Funny how things work out! Here’s the link to the podcast if you’re interested: PODCAST
We did it! And in just FIVE DAYS!!!!!! A big THANK YOU to everyone who supported the effort! Whether you donated or just spread the word, we are so appreciative of the support! We got fully crowdfunded for our NEW COMIC BOOK: “Cold Lightning” It is based on the excellent novella of the same name • Read More »
Hey, folks! The award-winning author, Van Allen Plexico, is taking his amazingly creative “Shattering” Universe of novels and making them into comics…and he’s hired me as his inker & cover artist! We just need a little bit of start-up scratch to get the project off the ground. If you have a little money to donate • Read More »
Some 5×7″ marker sketches I did for a client – she intends to give them to her sons for Christmas. I can’t express how happy it makes me that my original art is part of someone’s Holiday season! I love it!
Here’s a sneak peek at Page 1 of a new comic I’m working on! The writer is the award-winning Van Allen Plexico. The colorist is the awesome Ace Wheelie – here he has really put a lot of life and energy into the page! The inker is me. Don’t judge too hard – it was • Read More »
Yeah, I’m WAY behind on blog updates! Last month I had the pleasure of attending Alabama Phoenix Festival in Birmingham, AL. It was a fun, unique show that was well supported by the community. A lot of buyers were interested in original art pieces, which is always encouraging. And, most of all, everyone there was • Read More »
Proving herself indispensable once again, Mohan did an AMAZING digital color job on my mediocre pen & ink work on Mr. Ernie Hudson as Winston from Ghostbusters. My original pen & ink work:
Keeping up with my 31 Days of Halloween theme this year, here are the next 7 Inktober pieces!