Monday, August 6, 2012

Tuesday, May 1, 2012

The Ugly Frog Prince

Once upon a time there was a good and handsome prince whom all the girls adored.  He was so handsome that the local witch (who was uglier than the backside of an aardvark with a rectal wart) decided he needed to be uglied-up.  So she turned him into a very ugly frog and dumped him in an abysmal, foul-smelling swamp.  And no fair lass would even think of kissing him after that.  So there he sits, to this day, somewhere in Europe, in a reeking, disease-ridden, disgusting bog, eating terrible tasting insects.  Ok... that's your bedtime story.  Good night.

Wednesday, February 29, 2012

7 Deadly Sins

A friend of mine, Myca Wehrli, cooks the books for the church she belongs to and they needed an artist for the sermons concerning The 7 Deadly Sins. Well, guess who she thought of? So, we all swapped ideas around with their pastors and their art director Lyh-Rhen Lam, and here they are! They were blown up to 4'x8' on printed canvas and hung on the walls facing the congregation. Hats off to the printer, the resolution was excellent!

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Friday, December 17, 2010

Plateau de Boeuf et de Fruits de Mer

"Sous chef Sergio Miquel Jose Antonio Juan Lopez puts the finishing touches on his specialty Plateau de Boeuf et de Fruits de Mer in the kitchens of the Hotel Bemelman, much to the terror of his waitstaff, who will be fired of they let the dish topple over before it reaches it's diner."

I think this will be the last b&w piece before colorizing for awhile and I'll go back to straight color painting. It's getting tedious. Hope you enjoy!

Friday, October 22, 2010

WMBR T-shirt design

Here's the t-shirt art I designed for WMBR's fundraiser. Again, a mix of traditional pen & ink with Photoshop.

WMBR sticker

Here'a a sticker design done for WMBR 88.1 for their fundraiser. A mix of traditional pen & ink and colored in Photoshop.

Tuesday, July 6, 2010

The Sampson Report

Based on a guy I knew from growing up on Long Island...