Monday, August 23, 2021

Justice League Print

2021. Photoshop, 14 × 20″ @ 600 ppi.

Here's my latest fine art print for Sideshow — it may look a tad familiar. Do you remember the modern version of the JLA that came out in 2018? Well, this was the classic version that I always had in mind, replete with brighter colors, more light, and less frowns. It's not available just yet, but you can join their RSVP list to be notified when it's released.


Wednesday, August 18, 2021

Wacky Reference Wednesdays, No. 407

SUPERMAN: RED & BLUE #6 p.3. 2021.

Ink on bristol board with digital color, 11 × 17″.

It's out today! The last issue of the Superman: Red & Blue series hits shelves (and computers) this week and I couldn't be happier. It features a beautiful story by Tom King that I would highly recommend even if I hadn't drawn it myself. Our story's got great lettering from Steve Wands (who I challenged with incredibly late pages) and sympathetic editing from Diego Lopez (who edited my deadline when things got tight). Hope you all enjoy!

I'll share more art once everyone's had a chance to read it. If you're interested in the original art, please contact my rep, Mark Hay, at Splash Page Comic Art. Thanks!

digital "colors"

inks over digital print

digital pencils

digital layout

Monday, August 16, 2021

Superman: Red & Blue No. 6


SUPERMAN: RED & BLUE #6 p.5. 2021.
Ink on bristol board with digital color, 11 × 17″.

What's this? I actually made some comics? It's true! Tom King wrote a beautiful story for me (and you) that somehow manages to hit pretty much every Superman note in pitch perfect harmony... and all in just 8 pages.

I think it might be out this week? I've seen some conflicting info online. But I've already received my complimentary copies (a nice DC perk) and it printed perfectly. It's got a wonderful cover by Doc Shaner, so you can't miss it. Enjoy!

Wednesday, May 19, 2021

Wacky Reference Wednesdays, No. 406

Gouache and Acryla Gouache on illustration board, 13 × 19″.

I haven't had a chance to do a Wacky Reference Wednesday in a while, but I finally made some time (out of thin air, no less)! The original pencil sketch (pictured way down below) is actually from the Fantastic Four 50th anniversary back in 2011. We ended up doing a different cover with a 1960s feel, but I had always wanted to paint this one as well.

The issue is out in stores today! You can read more about it at

digital underpainting

rough pencils

digital color study

layout sketch from 2010

original painting, scanned in pieces