Tag Archives: superheroes


Carol Danvers, a little late posting this, but better late than never ūü§£ Digitally colored using Photoshop. WIP.

Marvel-ous Monday

Last weekend was Jack Kirby’s birthday, what would’ve been his 99th, sadly he died twenty-two ¬†years ago in 1994. A historical figure in the world of comics and comic book art, his drawings along with Stan Lee’s ideas and stories created some of the most iconic figures in the world: Spider-Man, Thor, Iron Man, the […]

Os Mutantes

Magneto, mutant master of magnetism. Finished, and it’s been the easiest reworking of an old painting. More paintings to rework…

Now and Then

I have been itching to rework some of my older paintings. Stuff I did almost ten years ago with my rough skills, and the subject matter were for the most part comic book related. This one is Magneto from the X-Men books, the image is based mostly on a trading card I had back then […]

Anatomy 101 Fail

Twenty years ago this man,¬†Rob Liefeld,¬†had several books with characters in them that were blatant rip-offs of Marvel Comics characters (Wolverine, Deadpool, and Cable mostly) and a plethora of female characters, some with impossibly large, and gravity defying chests, while others looked as if they had bowling balls shoved in their costumes. He just relaunched […]

90 Days

Seems like it’s been a lot longer than 90 days since I posted on here. Life happens. Still alive, still drawing and taking photos. The new gig as a substitute teacher has taken some getting used to, that’s for sure. Anyway, below is a sampling of what’s been on the menu since.