Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Cartoon Graveyard

Cartoon Graveyard is about to prove that none are safe from the zombie epidemic. The peaceful and usually happy Cartoon Town has been rocked by a strange zombie like virus. Leaving none of our treasured toons safe, it is spreading like wildfire. Cartoon Graveyard is a parody book that documents the tragic event. The book will feature zombie parodies of some of your favorite cartoon, and advertising characters like DEAD FLINSTONE.

The book will debut at Spooky Empire's Ultimate Horror Weekend in a very limited run. It will later be available for purchase on the web as well. Lots of crazy takes on our childhood friends, and a book that I am very proud to have put together! Be sure to get yours!

Thursday, September 23, 2010

Monday, September 20, 2010

Spooky Empire's Ultimate Horror Weekend

So it looks like it's official. I will be attending the Ultimate Horror Weekend at The Wyndham Hotel in Orlando October 8-10. I'll be setting up as a guest, and have my partner in crime Dennis Hart to maximize damage to faces.
It's my first time doing this show, and I am pretty jazzed. I never quite realized what a hidden horror nut I was, and boy do we have some goodies in store.
Not only will we be doing some gruesome DEAD-ICatures at the show, but I will have not one, but 2 new books to reveal, and several new prints.
I'll share some of the swag in the next few days.
Should be a FUN show. There will no doubt be a host of super awesome crazy horror fans in attendance, and I'll have the opportunity to meet horror icons like Robert (Freddy Krueger) Englund, and Elvira. The Bad ass Machete, Danny Trejo will be at the show as well.
So please keep your eyes closely peeled for new updates and one to two or maybe even three, more con announcements.

Since I am swamped with prep for the show, and some straggling commissions, A Boy And His Wookiee will take a short hiatus but be back in November!

Monday, September 13, 2010

Treasure Chests and Booty!

I'm very lucky to be participating in Axebone's upcoming hot pirate girls trading card set appropriately titled Treasure Chests and Booty! In addition to the 25 sketch cards I contributed (all in full color), I'll be doing a base card as well. I'm super stoked to be a part of this set and there is some AMAZING and beautiful work from many other talented artists as well. 
The set maybe aimed at an older audience, but from what I have seen, that older audience is in for a great treat. Especially if they appreciate the fairer sex.
Anyway, here are my three preview cards I have been given the okay to show.
You can learn more about the set by following the link to the official site.

Also, I haven't forgotten about A Boy and His Wookiee. I've just been super busy, but there will be a new strip later in the week.

Thursday, September 09, 2010

Indiana Jones and The Temple of Carkoon

So what if A galaxy far far away caught up with one a little closer. Namely, ours.
I did this parody poster last October just because I thought it would be funny if Indy discovered his frozen counterpart in carbonite.

Sorry that I am just getting round to sharing. I have been crazy busy playing catch up, and am getting closer! If your order no longer appears to the right, it's because it has shipped.

Wednesday, September 01, 2010

Playing Ketchup

Well, of course I mean catch up. A lot of things slowed me down over the summer, some pleasantly (my daughters) some not so much (my lack of finances)
I still reside in a hotel, while most of my life is still in storage.
Fortunately, there is the light at the end of my tunnel. I feel like I am in a great groove artistically. Making the most of my limited workspace to produce cool art. My finances are sneaking into shape again, and it looks like I will be able to make a big visit to the post office on Monday. SO if any of you are waiting on packages look out for them.
I've updated my workload and the status on the right hand column.
I should have an announcement soon as well about some upcoming convention appearances. In the meantime here is a piece I've been meaning to share on here.
Jessica as a pink clone trooper. This was also the cover to last year's sketch book. If you've seen it, well check her out once more. If not, enjoy!