Friday, August 27, 2010

Wizard World Chicago Twitter Pics!

Chicago was another fun show for the WildStorm guys and we even took some pics this time to prove it!

The following photos were previously posted on and

Wizard World Chicago ticket line goes out the building!

Exhibit Hall entrance on your right.

The Saturday morning crowd.

Rod Blagojevich

Joe Madureira signing.

Greg Horn.

Bill Sienkiewicz reviewing a portfolio.

Ethan Van Sciver sketching.

Arthur Suydam.

J. Scott Campbell.

Mike McKone sketching at the Hero Initiative Booth.

Mark Texiera.

Michael Golden.

Chicago....I love yer deep dish goodness.

Aw yea, Colossus...tell 'em all about it.

A pretty cool lookin Hulk.

Joker fun.

Atomica's Sam Abbinanti fancy business card that I was impressed with.

Kickass lookin Batman.


Poison Ivy commission.



Ummm... what? this guy looks dope!

Doctor Strange Commission.



General Grievous

Futurama goodness.


The meanest X-23 I ever did see at Wizard World Chicago...that's it! Had an awesome time in Chi-town but miss sweet San Diego!

Friday, August 13, 2010

Wizard World Chicago 2010


Hey ya'lls, I'll be attending my first Wizard World Chicago show Aug. 19-22 and will be in Artist's Alley with fellow studiomate Livio Ramondelli. Last time I was at this show was in 2004, as a fan showing my portfolio around.

Here is a pre-paid commission of 'The Creature from the Black Lagoon' I did for pick-up at the show. It was a lot of fun to do and my first time drawing this classic character.

Anyhoo, can't wait for the show and see ya there!

Friday, August 06, 2010



Hello everyone, here is a piece I did for a SDCC lithograph based on characters from the AION RPG. Truth be told, I'm not too familiar with this game or the characters, but after checking out their website and all the cool character designs they have, I got excited doing this piece.

I really like the big and intricate shapes that the armors consist of. The one thing that was a little hard, and probably took the longest, were the feathers. I haven’t drawn big wings before, so I didn’t know how much of them to indicate and how much of them were going to be knocked out with the color.

Just when you start getting comfortable with your ‘skill set’, something always throws a ‘curve ball’ and REMINDS you the learning process is a nonstop, ongoing process…Nevertheless, I am pretty happy with the overall piece and I think Michael Lopez did a fantastic job on the rendering…especially the girl.

When that guy starts rendering the ladies, magic happens!

Hope y’all digzzz.