Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Comic Book Biography




As a pet project I'm filling up a Moleskine with my biography (from the front to the middle) and Senor Fun's (from the back to the middle). Mostly it's something fun to do in my spare time, since I don't get a chance to make comics or use only gray scale in my other work.

These are only a few pages from my section, but if you squint really hard you may be able to read the obscured page (but don't do it, because that would be cheating & cheating is oh-so-very-wrong).

As always, click on them to make them bigger!

Sunday, January 17, 2010

Sin Monster


I started a new quarter at SCAD, which luckily means that I'll be able to scan and post more art with ease! Oh, sweet Epson scanners.

This little fellow is a sketch for my first Poster Design project (final sketch on the left, cropped color study on the right). The subject we're working off is sin, and Little Monstre here is sin's cuddly physical embodiment. When I finish the posters I'll definitely be posting them up here, as well as a ton of auto-biographical comics that I did over my winter break.
So, yes. Things are good.

Favorite Things

  • bagpipes
  • breaking glass
  • bret easton ellis
  • collarbones
  • grunge
  • miniature buddhas
  • nail varnish
  • skeletons
  • splatters & drips
  • street art

Miss Ariel

Miss Ariel

Influences

  • Audrey Kawasaki
  • James Jean
  • Jeremy Fish
  • John John Jesse
  • Lori Earley
  • Mark Ryden
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