Lynda Carter as Wonder Woman

I've had a crush on her as long as I can remember. I tried to capture her likeness, don't think I quite nailed it.


Lou Reed 1942 - 2013

"You made me forget myself. I thought I was someone else, someone good."


Faces from in and around Long Beach, CA

I lived in Long Beach, CA for almost 2 years and captured all of these people in that period. In that time I went through a few jobs and also spent some time in between jobs - these were some of the faces from my lunch breaks, meetings, time spent getting to know the Metro Rail, and a few miscellaneous places that may or may not have served booze.


Dr. Sketchy's L.A. with Sash Suicide and Danni Doll

Went to Dr. Sketchy's on 9/3/13 and got to draw these lovely ladies. My anatomy needs work, so I guess I'll keep at it.


Some of my 3D Character Models

Some of the Character Models I have done throughout the years - the models are interactive, so you can drag, rotate, and zoom each model, as well as change their materials.


Dr. Sketchy's L.A with Crystal DeMonstres and Andrea Megan Bos

After a long hiatus, I'm back. I messed something up with Google+ and suddenly all the images were taken off of my blog...but I went back and painstakingly added them back in. Also, I got some new stuff to show. These were done at Dr. Sketchy's earlier this month, it was my first time at one of the good Doctor's events, and I enjoyed it thoroughly. Oh yeah, and it was the girls first time doing anything like this too, so I wasn't the only virgin.


My blog got all messed up. Please check out my portfolio until I get this one back up and running.


Tom Waits - again

"No good you say? Well that's good enough for me. You're the same kind of bad as me." -Tom Waits
Sketched whilst eating lunch today. I was looking over my last attempt at him and wasn't too happy - I'm a little happier this time around.


Warmup Sketch - Boy

Did a warm-up sketch this morning before beginning work on a kid's project I've been contracted to do. I realized I don't draw kids very often, so I needed the practice. The project will be for a cutscene animated in Flash - oh yeah, I'm also teaching myself Flash (about friggen time!)


Sketches from out n about

Drew some of these at various places, including at a bar, at Comic Con and at last night's Animation Nation event with Stephen Silver.


Jury Doodie heads, with KENNY G!!!!

Jury Doodie part Deux. In 2007 I had to spend all day in a stuffy Downtown LA Courthouse waiting to see if I was gonna be chosen as a juror. To pass the time, I sat and drew some of my fellow potential jurors. A few weeks back I had the misfortune of being stuck in the very same building, and again passed the time sketching away. This time, however...after I cleverly talked myself out of serving - as I walked through DTLA's California Plaza, I was delighted to have stumbled upon THE Kenny G. doing a sound check for a concert he was apparently performing there later that evening. OK, maybe I'm exaggerating how excited I actually was, but it was a cool moment nonetheless. As I watched him, I KID YOU NOT, the natural outdoor breeze was dramatically blowing his hair as if he was in a music video or something. It was dreamy. I quickly got out my sketchbook and decided to sketch him, just as he was wrapping up. All in all, not a bad day in LA.


Jim Morrison circa 1994

"It took me like three hours to finish the shading on your upper lip. It's probably the best drawing I've ever done."
This was one of my first "good" drawings I ever made. I was 14 years old, and this was an assignment for my art class. I probably could have gotten a lot of girls with this drawing alone, too bad I was such a shy introvert. Ah well, at least I kept at it and made a career out of it. Art, that is.