Friday, May 15, 2020

Six and Six

I made these two poster submissions for the Viral Art Project.  Check 'em out.  Print them.  Post them everywhere.  Wash hands.  Stay home.  Love.  See more here - https://viralartproject.com/


Thursday, April 23, 2020

Magic Rona Thing

I have a new Mr. Squibly (my long running every-man character) comic that I'm excited to share, but do to Covid-19, the publication Magic Bullet #20, is indefinitely on hold.  This is a free paper so as an artist I'm not missing out on some sort of giant financial windfall.  Other artists are suffering way more than I am in this pandemic.  The thing about these comics I do for Magic Bullet, and other free or low cost publications, is that I do them out of love of the medium and not out of love of the mighty dollar.  My payment is people seeing and reading the work and for me that's enough.  As an artist I have always tried to make sure that my work is true to my vision, my vision is true to my heart, and that at the end of the day I will always be able to say that it fully represents me.  This comic is no different.  Enjoy a few bits of it.  Hopefully you will see the thing in it's entirety someday soon, in your hands, and on cheap newsprint as intended.  Look for it at Big Planet Comics or Atomic Books, whichever is closest to you.

Be safe, wash your hands, love one another.

Make sure to click on the images to see them in their entirety-






Friday, April 17, 2020

Marvel Internship Project

Here are a few pieces of the long in the works Marvel internship (the bankruptcy years) project that Jeremy and I have been working on.  We're getting pretty close to the finish line so this is just a taste.  Hoping to premier the book at SPX 2020, assuming it doesn't get canceled.  Fingers crossed.
Pencils and story JR

Cover art and concept JR

Pencils and story EG

Pencils and story EG

Pencils and story JR

More minis and zines by EG and friends


Monday, January 27, 2020

Jazz Sketch at Takoma Station Tavern

Waiting with Bass
This one was my favorite.  Irony is I was waiting as well, for the musicians to get going.  I was itching to get started.  Imagine this is what the musicians are feeling before they get on stage?
Mr. Strumm
I don't really think of this one as being very complete, but I really was pleased with the posture and the face and legs of the player.  Feels very natural.
B Flat Here
I dig the line work here.  The proportions are a little screwed up though.  Drawing a stand up bass in proportion is not easy.