Here is the a progress stage of my Ahsoka Tano painting for this years donation for local Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. You have a chance to win this original paint and other artwork while helping out this great charity. For every $5 donated = 1 entry in the drawing. Thanks for your support!! To donate… Read more »
This is my last comic show of the year and it was a great way to finish off the 2017 season. The Latino Comics Expo at the MOLAA was busy both days. The crowd was very enthusiastic from open to closing. I enjoyed talking to people about my creative process. It was a great way… Read more »
I will be at the Latino Comics Expo this weekend November 11 & 12. The show is being held at the Museum of Latin American Art • 628 Alamitos Ave • Long Beach• CA 90802. I’m very excited to be premiering my anthology comic magazine Unique Realm Illustrated at this show. For more information please… Read more »
The crowd was busy all 3 days. It was good meeting all the new fans and catching up with all my friends. Here are a few pictures I was able to get from this years show. Thanks to everyone who stopped by table, I appreciate all the continued support!!
Stan Lee’s Los Angeles Comic Con Day 2 is under way. I’m in the Artist Alley G20.
I’m digging The Dark Knight Metal storyline. All the variations of Batman featured in this storyline are intriguing concepts of Batman. The one one that calls me the most currently is The Batman Who Laughs. Here is my version of The Batman Who Laughs. It was rendered with Liqutex on Canson Black Drawing Board. The… Read more »
This weekend I’ll be at the Stan Lee LA Comic Con. Stop by Booth G20 to have a look at my original art, indie comic and custom apparel. For more info about the convention check it out here http://www.stanleeslacomiccon.com
I will be at Stan Lee’s Los Angeles Comic Con next week and a few weeks later I will be at the Latino Comics Expo.
I will be at the Palmdale Amphitheater for the Kaleidoscope Music & Art Festival Saturday, October 14 from 10am – 6pm. Come out to this free event and experience Visual & Performing Arts, Live Music, Vendors & Wares and Live Chalk Art.
Here’s a KISS jacket that I painted back in 1998. It was inspired by the comic series and album with the same title. I wore it to the Psycho Circus Halloween Concert.