And When I Start Drawing HPL’s Monsters, I Find It Hard To Stop…

“… The object was nauseous; a filthy whitish gorilla thing with sharp yellow fangs and matted fur. It was the ultimate product of mammalian degeneration; the frightful outcome of isolated spawning, multiplication, and cannibal nutrition above and below the ground; the embodiment of all the snarling chaos and grinning fear that lurk behind life…”                                       … Continue reading

If You Draw, And If You Like Horror, You Will Eventually Draw Cthulhu…

A Look At Process

I felt compelled to post this pic of my latest comics “script,” because it falls outside of my regular way of doing comics.  I usually start with sketches, then a script, then more formal layouts.  To my two or three fans, you can see how that’s been working for me.  Anyway, this was all done … Continue reading

I Repanel Fletcher Hanks

Anthony Vukojevich of REPANELED has been kind enough to post my rendition of a 1940 Fletcher Hanks comic book panel from the story “Buzz Crandall of the Space Patrol.” You can see the original panel side-by-side with my version on over there. Thanks, np

The Old Web Strip: MONUMENTAL

Go read these old-timey episodes from my web stripping days at…

Art Prints Now Available

I’ve joined Red Bubble, which is a classy one-stop online gallery and print shop.  Please take a look at my drawings and paintings and let me know what you think. Soon (cross fingers) I’ll have the sculptures and wall art available through an Etsy shop. Now, back to the lit.

Yes, I Draw.

The thumbnail for my first of (hopefully) six covers for the Robert E. Howard United Press Association is now up at their website.  Top right corner, under CURRENT MAILING.  Full sized covers are for members only (sorry).

Drawing Inspiration for the Life’s Work:

To look at this site, you wouldn’t know I’m much of a visual artist.  I don’t have a gallery of drawings or paintings, or even thumbnails or links.  I’ve drawn since childhood, mostly for free, but also as a part time living for a few years.  While I can’t boast whole portfolios of finished, vibrant … Continue reading

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