Thursday, December 20, 2012


I love James Bond movies! Skyfall was no exception! The beginning sequence was great and this stunt was so fantastic. That, on top of title sequences, inspired me to do this quick illustration.

Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Monster Movie Legends

To Celebrate Halloween I give a nod to the great actors who's performances brought monsters to the silver screen.
Bela Lugosi, Boris Karloff, and Lon Chaney Jr. were actors who breathed life in some of the most recognizable monsters.
Film icons as their HORRIFYING ALTER EGOS!!! Boo-ah-ha-haa! BOOO-AH-HA-HAAAA!!! BOOOOO-AHHH-HAAA-HAAAAAA!!!! ^_^

Thursday, October 11, 2012

Travel Series

See the world! I will be adding to this post for about the next month as I am currently working on this series and I want you to experience it with me. I will be presenting prints and postcards of this series at the CTN Expo starting the 16th through to the 18th of November in Burbank. I have a booth there this year and if you attend I do hope you will stop by and say, "hi".
"Burchworks Air" Nov. 21st 2012
"Hawaii" Nov. 14th 2012
"Yellowstone" Nov. 7th 2012
"Bavaria" Oct.26th 2012
"Venice" Oct. 18th 2012
"London" Oct. 11th 2012
"Amsterdam" Oct. 5th 2012
"China" Sept. 26th 2012
"Habana" Sept. 21st 2012

Sunday, October 7, 2012

The Ninja Show

Before I even had a chance to put my brushes down from the Gnome Show I was asked to participate in a Ninja show!
"Destiny" Flashe Vynle and Acrylic on Masonite

The Gnome Show

It's been a while since I've posted! These two pieces were done for a "Gnome Show" brought to you by Elroy Art Space back in January! "Gnome Brau Hefe-weisse" is the first painting I did in 2012! "Gnome Roasters" was a fun follow up that I sold as a digital print. Both are available as limited edition digital prints and the original "Gnome Brau Hefe-weisse" painting is still for sale!
"Gnome Brau Hefe-weisse" 6 x 6 Acrylic on Masonite "box lid" / Digital Print 6 x 6 (8 x 8 including border)
"Gnome Roasters" 6 x 6 (8 x 8 including border) Digital Print

Thursday, January 5, 2012