Friday, November 04, 2016


So i started playing D&D about 2 years ago and it’s has been bleeding over into drawing lots of fantasy monsters for fun. One of my friends suggested me making an entire monster manual of using my artwork which seems awesome but also like a lot of work but for now I decided to make a couple of set of standup miniatures for your game of choice or your desk.

Introducing the DUNGEON CREEPS. In set A we’ve got:
Skeleton Mage
Frogling (Bullywug)
And in Set B:
Draconic (Dragonborn)

They’re all double sided too so no staring at weird blank white blobs half the time. Also enjoy some low quality photos of these creeps in action taken with my phone camera. This was so much fun to work on, I’m starting to think my dream project would be working on a full blown board game, maybe some sort of all ages dungeons crawler sort of thing.

I will be premiering these for sale this weekend at the Short Run Comix & Arts Festival in Seattle and will be selling any leftovers online afterwards. Speaking of Short Run  you’ll be able to find me at table L71 this Saturday 11/5 from 11-6 where I’ll have these Dungeon Creeps, copies of my mini comics, and my children’s book “I Want To Eat Your Books” and some assorted prints. Hope to see a few of you there.
Fun fact in my home D&D game we use lego men for all the miniatures so you can customize your character. 

Thursday, July 21, 2016

Dungeons and Dragons Character Commissions

A few weeks back I posted a doodle and jokes about people letting me draw their D&D characters, well someone actually took me up on that and commissioned this portrait of her and her finance’s characters. We’ve got a dwarf barbarian in spiked armor and a gnome bard.
I think I’m going to do more of these so if anyone is interested in commissioning one hit me up.

Monday, April 25, 2016

Kids in Nature Cover and Interiors for the Washington Post

Here’s a cover and a couple of interiors that I did recently for the Washington Posts Local Living section. This was for their earth day issue and the cover story 10 ways to help kids fall in love with being outside.  This list included things like going barefoot, finding fun shaped clouds (so obviously dinosaurs), discovering insects, and learning about animal tracks.
Thanks to my AD Amanda Soto for being so great to work with.

Thursday, April 07, 2016

A Cheesy Space Adventure

Alright here it is, this weekend is Emerald City Comicon so even though I don’t have a table this year I still wanted to put together a new mini comic to take with me and hand out. So here’s “A Cheesy Space Adventure”, a super serious super suspenseful action sci-fi story. Like I said I don’t have a table but if you see me wandering around say hi and grab a comic. I feel like I should make some sort of secret codeword for that. 
While working on this I realized all of my comics seem to be about snack and honestly I’m pretty okay with that. 
The other thing I realized while working on this is how much I love working on comics and would love to do something longer or more ongoing so I’m currently on the hunt for a writer to collaborate with.

Friday, January 15, 2016

Family Portrait. Beep beep, whistle, whistle.

Playing with some new ways to color things, trying to loosen up a bit. I am pretty stoked to see The Force Awakens for the 3rd time this weekend though.

Friday, January 08, 2016

Gamorrean Guard

When I was a kid the Gamorrean guards from Return of the Jedi were probably some of my favorite characters in the entire trilogy. I just loved these big old pig guys. I think still to this day my favorite scenes in the Star Wars movies are anytime there’s bunch of weird one off aliens all thrown together in the background.