Hey there! Here are 4 panels from an upcoming anthology I am working on with my artist collective, Apocalobster. The theme is Love and Monsters, and we will be launching a Kickstarter campaign to publish it in a month or so. We will have comics, music, stickers, shrits and so much more. These panels are from my comic (as of yet untitled) about a goblin who falls in love and depict a goblin breakfast. Stay tuned for more sketches and updates on the project. l will definitely be posting links to the Kickstarter once it begins :)
Hey guys! Check out the brand new Shieldsink shop. Featuring the Orbs of Power Issue #1 hot off the presses and exclusive hand-colored prints! Click the link below or use the “Store” tab under the header.
I am beyond excited to present the Orbs of Power Issue 1 cover! I made this using a program called Art Rage, which I highly recommend. It’s mostly digital oil paint with digital watercolor for the sky. It has been a challenge, but overall I’m pleased.
Right now I am preparing the first issue for print and I hope to have it printed today!
Hello everyone! I have been hard at work developing a new website exclusively for the Orbs of Power series! Now you can read the entire first issue in a convenient web comic format and learn more about your favorite characters in their profiles found only on the Orbs site!
You can visit by clicking the “Orbs of Power” link in the menu bar above, or by clicking HERE.
Hey there! Here is another side quest-a portrait of two of my closest friends and their adorable kitty. I did this at request for Valentine’s Day. It’s hand inked and colored with watercolor pencils, which turned out alot better than I thought. I did the beard and the cat in regular colored pencils, too.
P.S. if you want a custom portrait or illustration, just send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or post a comment on the site!
Recently I was asked to create a logo for my brother in-law, who wants to start giving voice lessons. I based this design on a previous one where I combined the treble clef with a standing bass. Obviously, this time I merged it with a face. The curly bit ended up looking like an ear in my initial sketches, so I just ran with it. It took a few tries to ink this properly and get all the curves right, but I think it turned out well.
P.S. Want a drawing or logo of your own? Send me an email or comment on the site!
This page is one of the more risque things I’ve ever done (besides Chicken Head Tricks) but I think it turned out well. Only one more page to go before the end of Issue #1. I will be inking it today and working on the full color cover, too!