What's new in Spring 2016?
After several months and a helluva lot of drawings, my storyboard job on Rainmaker Entertainment's upcoming feature film has come to an end. It's been a wonderful gig and I'm looking forward to the eventual release of the movie (I'll be able to post more info about the project itself when Rainmaker makes the official announcement...until then, use your imagination!). I've just started storyboards on a feature for Gorilla Pictures, but I'll tell you more about that in the next update.
...but an artist can't spend their entire life at the drawing board (or Cintiq). My convention season kicked off to a great start at Pasadena Comic Con, which was followed by the back-to-back weekend shows WonderCon and Days of the Dead. Many a silly caricature was made, and many a new horror print was sold!
These are my new horror prints for the season, showcasing my artistic visions of classic monsters of myth, literature, film, and the overall crazed imagination. These 8.5"x11" glossy prints can be viewed and purchased in my Etsy store.
Don't forget I will be doing Free Comic Book Day at Arsenal Comics and Games in Newbury Park, CA. May 7th is a special day for comic-lovers, so come on out and get yourself something awesome!
Finally, I'm happy to remind everyone that my upcoming comic projects are still coming along spectacularly. There's a lot of new stories being prepared, including my original graphic novel Scarecrow Spookshow, along with the return of Scapula! If you would care to help fund my upcoming releases for 2017, as well as see sneak previews and get personalized sketches, jump on over to Scapula Comics on Patreon.
Follow the fiendish fun at www.scapulacomic.com