Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Pink Kryptonite


Spurred by Dale Lazarov's blog posts about the virtues of Curt Swan and his depictions of mature men, I have made a first attempt at imitating his style, as inked by George Klein. Check out his blog at

Saturday, December 26, 2009

Chrismas Day Sketches



I did these sketches at an Xmas Day party at a friend's house. The party was bitchin'. Bill Fulton, and the host, Allan Killpatric jammed (Bill on piano, Allan on drums) in the living room after Xmas dinner. Check out Bill's site www.billfulton.com He's a professional musician and film scorer, among other things.
George is the father of the hostess, Georgia Brewer.

Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Publication Date For "Fogtown"



August 3, 2010. My birthday. Also, the official publication date for "Fogtown", the crime/noir graphic novel. Written by Anderson Gabrych. Illustrated by me. Published by DC/Vertigo as part of their recently launched crime/noir imprint. Check it out on Amazon.com

Fogtown Publication Date Set





August 3, 2010. My birthday. Also, the official publication date for "Fogtown", the crime/noir graphic novel. Written by Anderson Gabrych. Illustrated by me. Published by DC/Vertigo as part of their recently launched crime/noir imprint. Check it out on Amazon.com
http://www.amazon.com/Fogtown-Anderson-Gabrych/dp/1401213847/ref=sr_1_8?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1261595716&sr=1-8

Monday, December 7, 2009

CTN Animation Expo







I attended the CTN Animation Expo at the Burbank Marriott, on November 20-22, 2009. It was way cool, surprisingly well attended. I donated 3 pieces of original artwork to the "Help the Hodges" Benefit Auction that was being solicited by C.A.P.S. member and Disney animation artist Chad Frye. The auction will take place on January 21. 2010, on Ebay. To learn more about the tragic curcumstance of Matthew Hodge, and see the art for the auction, go to http://www.helpthehodges.com/
I sat in on a few seminars. The first was by Lee Silber; "Marketing From The Left Side of the Brain". It inspired me, belatedly, to do more self-promotion. (Hence, this blog.)
At one point, Lee had us audience members turn to our neighbors and interview them. Mine turned out to be Steve Aranguran, recently separated from Disney TV's European office. He's back in the LA area to figure out what to do next, career-wise. We had something in common; I too have worked at Disney TV, on the Gargoyles, Tarzan, and Atlantis TV series.

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