I recently applied for the DC Artists Workshop. I sent in a few upcoming Superurban pages, as well as two pages of DC stuff created just for the application. I opted to use Ragman, as I have a deep love of spooky DC D-listers. I sent them the black and white inks (below), but you can see the ink washed/toned version over in the Quarter Bin! Wish me luck!
That twisted tale of revenge gone wrong, Guilty, is now available to view online over in The Quarter Bin!
Read Page 1 Here!
This was my first ever published comic. It was featured in Something Wicked #11 from FutureQuake Press and was written by Michelle Wilkinson with letters by Deadbolt-01. All 7 pages that I worked on are now online for your enjoyment.
You can grab the whole issue over at Comixology!
I just got a link to a documentary I was in, way back in 2014. I actually participated in two that year, here are links to both!
Indy Comics (Trailer) 12 Minute Preview
2014 … A documentary by Mark and Michael Hicks about making comics in Indianapolis, IN.
More Than A Cape
2014 … A documentary by Sheridan Gibson about comics and comic book fandom.
New Solo Acoustic from me and @TroyBrownfield today! It’s the end of Chapter Two, which means Solo is now on Summer Break!
See you in a few!
My origin story is now posted in The Quarter Bin!
I’ve got a comic in the local Indianapolis paper NUVO this week, along with other local artists Jackie Crofts (artist on Nutmeg from Action Lab), Trent Fairbrother, and Bri Rudd! Coincidentally, I did the Downtown Comics ads that show up next to my comic both in print and on the website. The issue is out just in time for PopCon, so if you’re in town, be sure to grab a copy! (It’s FREE)
I will post the comic here next week, to see it online now, hit the link NUVO!
I sent in a small comic project last night. It’ll be in print later this month, just in time for PopCon in you’re in Indianapolis (June 26th-28th). I’ll post more about when I am sure that I can say what it is, and I’ll post it here in July.
Coincidentally I’m doing and ad in the same issue of ____, which is completely independent of my comics piece.