Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Star Wars - Sketch Card Artwork

At risk of sounding cheesy, Star Wars is still one of, if not, my favourite film franchises. The original trilogy really caught my attention (said so many other kids). The latest trilogy has really kind of caught on to that same feeling, at least in my opinion. Here are a few new sketch card pieces I've made and they're all available for sale. Drop me a line if you're interested at

Sketch cards measure 2 1/2" x 3 1/2". These three are all done on watercolour paper, with a mixture of watercolour, acrylic paint, and coloured pencils. Tiny art that you can place anywhere. They look fantastic in frames.

Boba Fett

Daisy Ridley as Rey

Darth Vader

Friday, February 1, 2019

Inking Samples - Daredevil

Some sample inked pages of mine - the pencil artist being the fantastic Joe Quesada.

I'm available for inking comic pages and pin-ups.

Tuesday, September 4, 2018


Creating takes energy, it takes drive, and it takes determination. And sometimes, it takes a little mirth and mayhem. Slag here was having me work harder. I have some new concepts that I have to get out of my head and into finished form. Sure, there are sketches and doodles and scribbles aplenty. For once though - to heck with the process - I will share the finished work when I can. In the meantime, I must complete some other work I'm committed to - and that may mean some Dinobot inclusion.

Scroll down to see some recent artwork.

These sketch cards are all from the Perna Studios: Classical Mythology III set.

Thursday, August 17, 2017

Ballpoint pen and watercolour mixed media doodles. I love mixing things up! I think there is a little bit of coloured pencil, too.

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Thursday, August 10, 2017

Lady Gaga

Lady Gaga, by me. Intriguing people are lots of fun to paint and make great subjects.

Painted with watercolours and a ballpoint pen.

Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Live Painting Demonstration, July 2017

In July, I was invited to do a live painting demonstration as part of the Quilt of Belonging exhibit and Canada's Sesquicentennial Celebrations. Follow the pictures below to see where I ended up and a little while after I started (it was a blank canvas to start). Five hours in all, from noon to five.

 The Quilt of Belonging exhibit is on at the Cotton Factory in Hamilton. It's a beautiful piece and a massive undertaking. Should you have a chance, definitely drop down or make time to see it. The couple pictures I have posted below don't do it justice.