"Seduction of the Innocent" is coming back, this time to Alternate Reality Comics, opening with a benefit for the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund this Friday, Oct. 26 from 6 to 9 p.m. to kick off the week leading up to the Vegas Valley Comic Book Festival.
Among the various illustration projects I’ve been working on but haven’t shared much about the last few months is a set of commissions I completed for Insomniac Events‘ commemorative magazine produced for the upcoming (and sold out!) 2012 Electric Daisy Carnival in Las Vegas.
Want to help homeless animals but you're either not a pet person or don't have any room left in your house? Well, then, get down to Blackbird Studios (1551 S. Commerce St., Las Vegas) tomorrow (Saturday, May 19) at 6 p.m. for the "Further our Furry Friends" art show and benefit.
Lately I've been really busy with illustration work, mostly commissions for various publications. I'm not complaining at all; it's just odd how these things tend to come (and, sadly, go) in clusters.
In which our hero learns how to stop worrying and get his blog on.
In Vegas/Rated's November issue, pop music ingenue Katy Perry is paid tribute with a series of illustrations commissioned to local artists. Somehow I'm one of them.
Yesterday, Project: Rooftop announced the first place winner in its "Spider-Man: Webhead 2.0" contest, a competition to redesign Spider-Man's costume. Mine wasn't it.
It occurred to me last week that I rarely post illustrations or even works-in-progress on this blog anymore. So, I’ve created a new Tumblr called “Sequential Madness,” and I’ve set the goal of posting a drawing there every day.
If you're planning on attending Phoenix Comicon, you're definitely going to want to stop by the Pop! Goes the Icon table, where I'll have some awesome goodies, perhaps none more awesome than a hand-painted "Utopian" Munny.