Samurai exhibit at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. Lots of awesome helmets on display (and it's free on Wednesdays after four).
Tuesday, May 7, 2013
Monday, April 22, 2013
Hey, it's the cover for In a Single Bound #2, drawn by me! It was going to have it's debut at Boston Comic Con this weekend, but as a result of the events of last week, Boston Comic Con was postponed. However, you can still pick this book up through Ninth Art Press.
Wednesday, April 3, 2013
MoCCA is this weekend, and I'll be at the Boston Comics Roundtable table (tabletable) with this new mini-anthology of superhero stories all set in Boston (because if there is one thing New Yorkers can't get enough of, it's Bostonians). And it just happens to have a cover done by myself.
And here's an alternate take on the cover, which, in my mind, I referred to as the Sex Candy Version.
Tuesday, March 5, 2013
Decisions, decisions, decisions.
Monday, March 11th (a.k.a. next Monday) I'm having an art show at Tremont 647 in the South End of Boston (everyone's invited)(six to eight p.m.)(free appetizers)(it's also the day after my birthday)(no present or card required). Naturally, there are going to be some dancers on display, but there's only so much wall space, and I can only afford so many frames, so most of the dancers are going to have to stay home.
Course there will be non-dancer stuff on the walls as well.
My other babies.
Monday, January 28, 2013
Whew! A whole lot a cover postin' goin on of late, but don't let that give you the impression that I've been slacking off on the real meat and comic potatoes of comic bookery that is the production of sequences of panels on pages telling a narrative with the intention of affecting the hearts and minds of the readers. Now, by no means am I speeding through pages, but graphic novels are little less sprint and a lot more marathon. Slow and steady, slow and steady.
AND slow and steady has resulted in the completion of Chapter 3, which, if you are in the Boston/Cambridge/Somerville area, is available at Million Year Picnic, Comicazi, and Hub Comics (along with Chapters 1 and 2)(in case you haven't seen those). Otherwise, if you find that you do not live in and will not soon be visiting the Boston/Cambridge/Somerville area, you can check out my Etsy shop, where all the All Star chapters and other comics are available.
And of course, once you've picked them up and read them, let me know what you think!
Monday, January 21, 2013
Four more shots at the cover for All Star. I'd gotten a little stuck in a rut with the last one; it got to the point where I didn't know where to go with it, but I still wasn't happy with it. When feeling stuck, I find it best do something completely different.
And again, I'd love to hear what people think.
I've already been told that the background color on this first one looks like puke.
This next one has no baseball elements at all, but gets at the preferential treatment and exceptionalism that the main character Carl experiences and is at the core of the book. And perhaps, just the title All Star implies the sports aspect?
Monday, January 14, 2013
It's another cover draft for my current opus, All Star. This one is taking into account some of the feedback I got on the last draft and also attempting to include a little more information about what the book is about (cause it isn't only about baseball). As always, all feedback and comments are welcome, cause, you know, I want the cover to be as awesome as can be, and I can't do that by myself (obviously).