My wife, Dawn, just posted a page of Iron Man original art on ebay. Tony Stark prepares for the holidays!
Saturday, August 20th, from 11 AM – 1 PM Williams Sonoma customers are invited to come and decorate cookies from their new Marvel Comic Book Heroes bakeware collection featuring Spider-Man, Iron Man, The Hulk and Capatain America! For a $5 donation, each customer will receive 2 Marvel Comic Book Hero sugar cookies to decorate and an exclusive Marvel Comic Book to take home and enjoy!
The $5 will be donated to Share Our Strength’s No Kid Hungry Campaign. Space and supplies are limited, and customers are encouraged to register for the event and make their donations in advance. Visit the store for more details.
Williams-Sonoma # 504 South Coast Plaza
3333 Bristol St Ste 2630
Costa Mesa, CA, 92626
Phone: (714) 751-1166
A commission I did for Travis E. See his posting on ComicArtFans.
Interested in getting a commission? Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to get on the waiting list. After I finish off the current list of commissions, I will open the commission queue back up and send out an email to those on the waiting list with all the updated commission info (price, size, etc). Thanks!
When I first started reading comics as a kid, I started in the middle of the Marvel SuperHeroes Secret Wars (issues #7-9).
That’s where I discovered Spider-Woman. My first thought was “Who is this lady?!? She doesn’t look like the red one from the cartoon!”
But I kept reading and didn’t let that slow me down. I’d later learn who was who and didn’t let two Spider-Women throw me.
I guess she’s called Arachne now. But to me, she’ll always be Secret Wars Spider-Woman!
I created this original piece featuring DC Comic’s Donna Troy for the auction this weekend at the Dallas Comic Con, May 21-22.
I’m not sure when the auction will be held, so be sure to check the program book or ask one of the event staff so you don’t miss it!
This piece measures 11″x17″ on Bristol board and was drawn with Copic markers, Pigma Micron markers, India ink and a little white gouache paint.
I had the honor of working with Marvel Custom Solutions and colorist John Rauch to contribute artwork on Sunday, May 15th’s, Extreme Makeover Home Edition finale. It was a very cool project and a lot of fun to be a part of this episode. I hope Patrick enjoys his new house and superhero murals for his room! That is one cool kid!
If you’re new to comics or unfamiliar with my professional work, here’s some info about me. I have been drawing comics for the past 17 years for Marvel Comics, DC Comics, and Image Comics. I’ve worked on a number of popular superhero comics like Spider-Man, Teen Titans, Young Justice, including the historic and best-selling comic, Amazing Spider-Man #583 the Spider-Man/Obama Team-Up.
I post art here on my blog fairly regularly. Subscribe to the RSS feed for updates as I upload more art and announce upcoming projects and appearances. Feel free to also follow me on Twitter and “like” my Facebook page.
If you like what you see you can find my comics at your local comic shop or book store. I also have the first volume of my sketchbook available for sale. You can order it right there on the right-hand side of the screen. I’ll be happy to autograph your copy as well.
Thanks for looking me up! Hope you stop by often.
If you missed the episode on Sunday, it will be viewable on the Extreme Makeover Home Edition page on ABC’s website.