Podcast Interview: You Can’t Handle the Truth

I was invited to join the film review Podcast You Can’t Handle the Truth to review/discuss Crimson Peak and talk a bit about my art. Not too spoilery. Tangents run amuck though. lol

Have a listen HERE.

I have to stop saying that I did that painting in 2013. It was 2012! Golly, how time flies. I also found out that the film’s ghost concept designs were Guy Davis NOT Mike Mignola. So close. Lastly, it’s fun to point and talk art on an audio podcast. 😛

Thank you Sean and Aaron for having me on!

New Painting: Toying With Evil

Toying With EvilInspired by the 1981 Terry Gilliam film, ‘Time Bandits.’ Kevin and a thieving band of dwarves face off against Evil and his henchmen at the Fortress of Ultimate Darkness for control over the map of all creation.

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Drawing-A-Day 2014

October is here and the way I like to contribute to the Halloween spirit is drawing a horror character a day for the entire month… that and watch scary movies and eat lots of candy.

I’ll be posting them all over on the Patreon site. All the even days (2nd, 4th, 6th, etc.) are Patreon supporter exclusive content. To see those sketches, you’ll have subscribe. $1. Seriously, for a minimum of $1 all 31 days of sketches can be viewed. You can then either remain a patron, increase your support, or cancel your subscription at the end of the month.

HERE check them out.

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Would you be interested in supporting my artistic endeavors for $1 a month? How about a little more for exclusive content?

I’m giving a go at this ongoing crowdsourcing venture. I’d really like you to be a part of it. Literally, for pennies a day, you can support an artist. Not just any artist. Me! You love what I do, right? Read my pitch and consider sponsoring me. 🙂

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Process: Kolchak Paranormal Passages

Kolchak: Paranormal PassagesThis assignment was a result in patience.  As you well enough know, I do a few conventions a year.  On some of those adventures I get to meet the decision makers and show them my work.  And with many of all those attempts I go home feeling defeated and unworthy as an artist.  However, I plow through that negativity and push forth with new paintings letting them know that I’m not one to dwell and give up.  If I remain calm and positive, eventually, those early introductions may blossom into friendships and possible job opportunities.  And so here I am.  After meeting the Art Director over at Moonstone Books several years ago, they got to see me grow professionally and artistically.  I guess it didn’t hurt that a few of my convention pals were also putting in a good word for me since they themselves had done a few pieces with the publisher.

The assignment, a Kolchak: The Night Stalker cover to an anthology of prose stories. Kolchak is now licensed to Moonstone for comics, books, and such. This is exactly what I wanted to do for a while now. I’m glad they finally sought me out.

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