Saturday, November 24, 2007

ROM with Color

Here is the complete ROM illustration.

Thursday, November 15, 2007

ROM Spaceknight

Jason at Floating World Comics is putting together a benefit show/book for injured comic book writer Bill Mantlo. Here is my submission. It will be finished once I add a layer of color. For more info on the show and book go to

OLD Spot Illustrations pt. 3

Whoops, this one is actually in this week's Portland Mercury, so I guess it's not as old as the rest.

Okay, back to the old stuff:

OLD Spot Illustrations pt. 2

Here are more old spot illos from this year and last year. I just wanted to get a bunch of these posted so people could see a bunch of my past work and not just the stuff I've done most recently.

OLD Spot Illustrations pt.1

Here's a bunch of editorial spot illos from yesteryear.

Anchorage Press Covers

Here are a few covers done for the Anchorage Press in Alaska. Someday I'm going to redo that hand-drawn title on the trash cover just for my own peace of mind.

Monday, October 29, 2007

Happy Halloween

Happy Halloween, everyone. This is my cover for the Portland Mercury and I am lord of this fiery land. Also, it's my birthday. Yayyy...

Here is one of the many helmet graphics I've designed for Icon Motorsports. I don't think I'm allowed to show some of these until they're in production, so here's one that's on store shelves right now.

Friday, October 26, 2007

Here's one of the three illos I did for the 2007 Portland Funbook.

A mutant. With a mutant tentacle hand. Cooool...

Here's a spot I did spoofing Dr. Seuss (The Lorax) for an article on measure 49. I haven't read measure 49 yet, but if it involves Sneed production, I'm voting yes.

A spot illo to accompany the Grindhouse movie review.

I'm posting this Christmas image so that I'll be forced to come up with something new for this year.

Thursday, September 27, 2007

Some Past Publication Work

This cover illustration, done for Willamette Week, went over pretty well. Senator Ron Wyden (right) contacted the paper several times wanting to purchase the original. Sadly, the actual original was an unimpressive little sketch that was scanned and painted digitally. We made him a nice print, I inscribed and signed it, and now I assume it's hanging in either his office or his home.

This is an earlier cover for Willamette Week. I still like the smug expression on the elephant's face -- it says, "I win, lefty."

Here's a few spot illos for Willamette Week. That is one beefy bull. That's a painting of Elliott Smith hanging on the wall in the lower one.

Here are a few I did for the Portland Mercury. On top is Mayor Tom Potter destroying us all. The bottom illo was for an article about chewing Khat leaves . . . those little leaf people aren't going to be so friendly when they find out.

More to come.

The Builders and the Butchers CD cover

I call it the "blogfolio." It's what you do when your website isn't quite done and you need a place for people to see your work. Hope you like!

This album art was done for a local Portland band called The Builders and the Butchers. I'm happy to say that they're getting pretty popular, and are spreading this image around town in the process.