Sunday, October 21, 2007


The latest Family Guy art auction strikes again! The theme this time... movie posters. I didn't have a lot of time to do a painting so I did the next best thing. India ink.


I was surprised to see that they're using my cover to promote a cool anamatic version of "Sacrificing the few for the many." It's one of the better stories in book one of the IAL comic trilogy. Check it out here.

and here

Friday, July 27, 2007

Here's a cover I recently finished for Vertigo comics. It's part of a trilogy based on I AM LEGEND. If your a Richard Matheson fan and are eagerly awaiting the movie coming in December, keep your eyes peeled for these free issues at Comicon this weekend! I felt honored to be part of this project which features art by Bill Sienkiewicz, Jason Chan, and David Levy to name a few.


Friday, May 11, 2007

Sunday, March 11, 2007

More Oil Sketches

I had a chance durring my hiatus to actualy go OUTSIDE and paint wih my wife and Frank Serrano.
Frank is a superb plien air painter and I always enjoy picking his brain on how to simplify when out in the field. Time is the enemy when you paint outdoors. The sun is always shifting so you have to learn to capture what you see FAST! I'm amazed at how fast Joy. works. A long time ago I knew that whoever I married would have to be an artist. Besides being a fantastic partner she is extremely helpful to have around when I'm in a jam while painting. She is my extra pair of eyes and can help me solve problems that might take me hours to figure out. Color, values, etc.

Tuesday, March 06, 2007


As usual It's been months since my last post and as usual I have a good excuse! Back in August the world famous Joe Vaux.
invited me to be part of his next exhibit at the Copro Nason Gallery.
With much glee I cranked out four new paintings while working at Family Guy. Having a month hiatus was a big help as well! The opening was saturday March 3d and was a great success. I sold three out of five so I was in great spirits that night. I also met Dan Quintanna who was exhibiting his latest paintings. I've always liked his work and I believe we have similar inspirations. Joe's exhibit was a lot of fun to look at. You can stare at his work for hours and still catch things you didn't see before. Thanks so much everyone for being with us Saturday. I can't wait to get back to painting!

There are some great pics of the event on the JUXTAPOZ site!