I had a great time exhibiting at MICE (Massachusetts Independent Comics Expo) in 2019. It was my fourth time there, but it was the first time I hung a piece of original comic art at the MICE Art Show. I made this comic for the occasion, and was pretty happy with how it came out. […]
This was a really fun project I did back in the summer of 2019, cover art design and production for Freeloader’s debut CD. We decided to go for a 1970’s K-tel look. Which was harder than you’d think. The colors, the line weight, everything had to conform to a very particular look.
I released The Last One, my sixth Small Blue Yonder collection, in April 2019. Is it really the last Small Blue Yonder book? Probably not. Or… maybe? We’ll see. Anyway, I penciled it (you can see how slapdash my pencils sometimes are, below) and inked it. Then I scanned it in and colored it in […]
It was fun creating album art for Nat Freedberg’s first solo album Better Late Than Never, which came out on the Rum Bar label late in 2018. We devised a story of sorts, where the front cover shows Nat running after a departing bus. Who’s on the bus? His guitar, as shown on the back […]
Promotional card, 12/2018
I got to design and illustrate an album cover for K7s, a new band from Spain! This is for their debut album, now out via Rum Bar Records. The band wanted a cartoon. They originally asked for a pizza/beer scenario. I suggested that we try for something a bit more unusual and submitted two sketches. […]
I admire David Craig, comic artist extraordinaire. One of Dave’s Brick comics inspired me to make this GIF.
Promotional card, 12/2017
It’s fun making those quickie sketch cards — pen and ink with black and white wash — I sell them when I table at comic festivals; good cheap impulse buy
I designed this book cover for a friend. Pretty straightforward but I like how it came out.
This is really where it all began for me, as far as computer art/animation goes. I was thrilled to have the opportunity, in the mid 90’s, to create interactive scenes for a CD-ROM: Fisher-Price Dream Dollhouse. The Dollhouse had a secret “mouse world.” Each room in the Dollhouse provided access to a different scene featuring […]
I won’t post too many examples of projects from ages ago but this was so much fun to work on. I was an art director on this project, a late 90’s CD-ROM for 3rd graders, I got to work with a very talented team of artists. I contributed to the “plot,” activity/scene design, character design, […]