I’m kicking off 2016 with some tongue-in-cheek blasphemy. The first design of the new year is a portrait of our Lord and saver with his chosen backup format.
Tomorrow’s kind of an important day for me, and I’m freaking out a little bit. At 7 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 26, I’m presenting an hour-long discussion on digital art at the Scranton Public Library as part of their ongoing Maker Monday series. In my discussion, I’ll be explaining everything from concept to final product […]
There are plenty of ways to reflect on a year, but as someone who draws every day of the school year I thought I’d share some of my favorite #napkinart pieces from 2014. For those unaware, I draw my kids’ favorite characters (sometimes of all time, sometimes of that very momenty) for their school lunches. […]
So, it’s time I let out a major secret that I teased on Facebook a few days ago.
But first, as it is with all important things, some background.
It’s been far too long since I completed a design, and I’ve had this one in the back of my mind for quite some time. Combining the iconic Uncle Sam recruitment poster and some of the themes from the upcoming “Hyrule Warriors” title, I’m happy to present “Recruitment.” This one took a good amount of […]
One of my fondest gaming memories as a kid was that of the point-and-click adventure known as “Sam and Max Hit the Road.” I remember diving headfirst into the game after discovering it on the shelf at a local PC store and the oddball humor involved in its digital genius. Plus, how could I not […]
I’m excited to announce that just four days separate us from my next show, featuring new pieces like the one posted above! I’m one of two artists showing work at Sole to Soul, 535 S. State St., Clarks Summit, for their Second Friday art walk. Dorothy O’Connor, the owner, was kind enough to embrace my […]
One of my favorite shows of all time, “24,” returns on Monday, May 5, albeit in a shortened version of its former glory. For the uninitiated, “24” is essentially the story of one of the most clutch government agents of all time, Jack Bauer, who stops everything from the assassination of a presidential candidate to […]
The night Link wore his green clothes and fought evil of one kind and another, his grandmother called him “LEGENDARY HERO!” and Link said, “HYAH!” and he was sent on a wild adventure with a bottle full of red potion.