Gallery 1988 has had a traveling Ghostbusters show happening over the past several months.  Its been to NYC, LA, Chicago and is now ending its run at San Diego Comic Con.  This is my submission.

Here is my submission for the Quentin vs. Coen show at Spoke Art in San Francisco.
I’ve been known to paint a lot of little teeth, so I thought it would be nice to paint one giant tooth instead.

Here is my submission for the Quentin vs. Coen show at Spoke Art in San Francisco.

I’ve been known to paint a lot of little teeth, so I thought it would be nice to paint one giant tooth instead.

Some sculptris fun.
Another quick digital thing.

Do yourself a favor, and watch 'The Begun of Tigtone'. It defy’s description.

My good friend Andrew Koehler, with the help of several other people, has been working on this animated short for the past couple years, it is now complete. I am beyond delighted that I had a small hand in it’s creation, painting a load of gnomes and snakes locked in brutal combat.

I made this robot.
I made this castle playing around with an isometric grid.  A mix of illustrator and photoshop.

I made this castle playing around with an isometric grid.  A mix of illustrator and photoshop.

Another watercolor thing I made. 

Another watercolor thing I made. 

Here’s Hellboy and a skull because, why not? Here’s Hellboy and a skull because, why not?

Here’s Hellboy and a skull because, why not?

I don’t normally post photos, but here is one I took on a trip to Lake Obersee in Germany this weekend.  I couldn’t have asked for a better reflection.

This is my submission for Gallery1988’s 10-Year Anniversary Show: "The Subtle Art of Pop-Culture."

They were the first gallery I showed work at, and have had the pleasure to be in several shows there since 2008.

I’m consistently impressed by the caliber of the artists they work with and am delighted to be a part of it.

Check out the rest of the work in the show, it’s amazing.