I’m excited to report that I’ve been very busy lately. I just finished up some really fun pages for Pink Panther featuring some of his very under-utilized supporting cast. Now I’m off and running on new stuff for the Free Comic Book Day issue of Underdog, coming this May. Here’s a little preview of some of the art I’ve finished so far.
Twenty plus years into my career, I still get starry-eyed when I get to write and draw new stories for characters I grew up with. There’s more in the pipeline, too… But I can’t announce them just yet.
Here’s a sketch of my favorite Wuzzle, Bumblelion. I just so happen to also be friends with the man who provided his voice, Brian Cummings. They got originality!
I’ve been taking some time lately to sketch some of my favorite Disney characters that I don’t typically get to draw at work. Here’s Kit Cloudkicker from TaleSpin. His airfoil is arguably the coolest thing about the show.
Here’s the last art I’ll be posting before Salt Lake Comic Con begins tomorrow. If you want to buy a print or mini-print of any of my artwork, an original, a signed copy of the Chim Chum book or a commissioned sketch, I’ll be in Artist’s Alley at booth Black 16. From my understanding, this is fairly close to the entrance and toward the east wall of the convention floor.
Even if you don’t intend to buy anything, stop and say hello if you’re a fan. I really enjoy meeting people who follow my work. I owe my career to you, so you have every right to come bug me for a few minutes.
I’d also like to remind you that a portion of my sales will aid Best Friends Animal Society of Utah and anyone who makes a purchase at my booth will receive a coupon code for a discount at my online art store as well.
Have a great weekend, and thank you for your support!
It’s a tragedy that Hong Kong Phooey only lasted one season. Here’s my tribute/redesign. Come check it out at the Salt Lake City Comic Con, September 4-6. I’ll be in Artist’s Alley at booth Black 16.