F-Zero’s Jodie Summer and her machine The White Cat.
I’ve been playing a lot of F-zero lately. F-Zero’s Jodie Summer and her machine The White Cat.
I’ve been playing a lot of F-zero lately. F-Zero’s Jodie Summer and her machine The White Cat.
I’ve been playing a lot of F-zero lately.

F-Zero’s Jodie Summer and her machine The White Cat.

I’ve been playing a lot of F-zero lately.

Oracle of Seasons is a fun game.

Testing out some new nibs I got.

My submission for the Dragon Ball Zine!!

I did Emperor Pilaf, Shu and Mai. I always wondered how those guys had the resources for all those robots and traps.

My pages for the Bartkira project! They’re from volume 5. I tried my best to emulate Katsuhiro Otomo’s style for the environments, and I feel that I’ve learned a lot from doing so. Drawing those manga speed lines by hand was really challenging, but I think I got the hang of it by the third page. My pages for the Bartkira project! They’re from volume 5. I tried my best to emulate Katsuhiro Otomo’s style for the environments, and I feel that I’ve learned a lot from doing so. Drawing those manga speed lines by hand was really challenging, but I think I got the hang of it by the third page. My pages for the Bartkira project! They’re from volume 5. I tried my best to emulate Katsuhiro Otomo’s style for the environments, and I feel that I’ve learned a lot from doing so. Drawing those manga speed lines by hand was really challenging, but I think I got the hang of it by the third page. My pages for the Bartkira project! They’re from volume 5. I tried my best to emulate Katsuhiro Otomo’s style for the environments, and I feel that I’ve learned a lot from doing so. Drawing those manga speed lines by hand was really challenging, but I think I got the hang of it by the third page. My pages for the Bartkira project! They’re from volume 5. I tried my best to emulate Katsuhiro Otomo’s style for the environments, and I feel that I’ve learned a lot from doing so. Drawing those manga speed lines by hand was really challenging, but I think I got the hang of it by the third page.

My pages for the Bartkira project! They’re from volume 5. I tried my best to emulate Katsuhiro Otomo’s style for the environments, and I feel that I’ve learned a lot from doing so. Drawing those manga speed lines by hand was really challenging, but I think I got the hang of it by the third page.

I made another one, to accompany this

I had a conversation with a friend about Tyler Perry’s  cameo in the first Star Trek reboot, and that eventually led to this.

My half of an art trade with my classmate, Peter. It’s of his character Jam O’Sullivan. She was mighty fun to draw.

It’s Inuit Santa Claus! As a kid I always figured that the “real” Santa would be an Eskimo. It just seemed more geographically plausible. 

Happy Holidays!

It’s Jack Kirby’s 95th birthday, so in honor of him, I decided to make something. OMAC had a lot of really cool ideas and concepts, and one of my favorites was The Global Peace Agency and the masks, or “cosmetic spray”, they wore to conceal their nationality.

Happy Birthday Jack!

A drawing for Rupine’s Kazuo Umezu tribute.