"It comes and goes."

I drew a Harry Osborn portrait to match with my Green Goblin one! Eventually I should be doing one of these for each of the characters from The Amazing Spider-Man 2.

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Process!

Just in case anyone was wondering what steps I go through to get to my finished piece.

1.) Loose sketch of the character.

2.) Trace over the sketch with a variety of pens.

3.) Layer in my base colors in photoshop.

4.) Fully render the piece.

Thaddeus “Curly” Gammelthorpe
He always was my favorite character.

Thaddeus “Curly” Gammelthorpe

He always was my favorite character.

"My Hero"

pages 6-17

When I was younger I filled up one of my favorite action figure with maggots, and then out of disgust, flushed it down the toilet. That bizarre incident is essentially what sparked “My Hero” into existence. Following my passion for story telling and love for comics, I decided to focus my efforts to write and illustrate a graphic novel.

I had one goal in mind when beginning this project: I wanted to create something I would love when I was younger. Using my action figure/toilet memory as a springboard I jumped headfirst into exploring what happened after he was flushed down the toilet. Ideas and characters I wanted to create overwhelmed me. I wanted to not only tell an interesting story but also allow it to preach the underlying message of hope. Hope has had a big part in my life and I wanted to reflect that theme in my book. The worm particularly is the representation of that idea. I based the worm and toy after my sister and I. She’s the biggest inspiration in my life and gives me hope every single day. We all need someone like her in our lives, and I wanted to emphasize that with the relationship between the toy and the worm.

See the previous pages here, or check out the full comic here!

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Mysterio
"Mysterio? I think I had a bowl of Mysterios for breakfast." 
One of my all time favorite villains! Good ol’ fish bowl has always been a thorn in Spidey’s side. Using his Special effects background Quentin Beck has vowed to get even with the web crawler (while being as theatrical as possible.) Here’s to you Mysterio!

Mysterio

"Mysterio? I think I had a bowl of Mysterios for breakfast."

One of my all time favorite villains! Good ol’ fish bowl has always been a thorn in Spidey’s side. Using his Special effects background Quentin Beck has vowed to get even with the web crawler (while being as theatrical as possible.) Here’s to you Mysterio!

COWABUNGA!

All five of my Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle portraits.

The Shredder
"Tonight I dine on turtle soup."



Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 5/5
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The Shredder

"Tonight I dine on turtle soup."

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 5/5

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Donatello (My favorite)




Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 4/5

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Donatello (My favorite)

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 4/5

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I GOT WET.

"My Hero"

pages 1-6 

When I was younger I filled up one of my favorite action figure with maggots, and then out of disgust, flushed it down the toilet. That bizarre incident is essentially what sparked “My Hero” into existence. Following my passion for story telling and love for comics, I decided to focus my efforts to write and illustrate a graphic novel.

I had one goal in mind when beginning this project: I wanted to create something I would love when I was younger. Using my action figure/toilet memory as a springboard I jumped headfirst into exploring what happened after he was flushed down the toilet. Ideas and characters I wanted to create overwhelmed me. I wanted to not only tell an interesting story but also allow it to preach the underlying message of hope. Hope has had a big part in my life and I wanted to reflect that theme in my book. The worm particularly is the representation of that idea. I based the worm and toy after my sister and I. She’s the biggest inspiration in my life and gives me hope every single day. We all need someone like her in our lives, and I wanted to emphasize that with the relationship between the toy and the worm.

READ THE REST OF IT HERE!

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Michelangelo



Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 3/5
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Michelangelo

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 3/5

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Raphael
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2/5
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Raphael

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2/5

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Leonardo
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 1/5
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Leonardo

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 1/5

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I told myself I wouldn’t. But I’m doing it anyways.

I told myself I wouldn’t. But I’m doing it anyways.

Bartkira
I recently found out about Bartkira which is essentially a page for page recreation of Akira using Simpsons characters. Here’s my take of Milhouse as Tetsuo. If you haven’t heard of Bartkira then you need to:
"Back in the early 1990’s, when anime was still called “Japanimation” and The Simpsons still featured Phil Hartman, no one could have conceived of the concept of Bartkira. Yet 23 years later, in Neo-Britain, artist Ryan Humphrey gave life to the unimaginable. His pages for the mind-bending crossover comic ignited a fire in the mind of comic artist James Harvey, who proposed the impossible:
Recreate every page of Akira using characters from The Simpsons.”
Check out the tumblr page here, and buy an exhibition book here!

Bartkira

I recently found out about Bartkira which is essentially a page for page recreation of Akira using Simpsons characters. Here’s my take of Milhouse as Tetsuo. If you haven’t heard of Bartkira then you need to:

"Back in the early 1990’s, when anime was still called “Japanimation” and The Simpsons still featured Phil Hartman, no one could have conceived of the concept of Bartkira. Yet 23 years later, in Neo-Britain, artist Ryan Humphrey gave life to the unimaginable. His pages for the mind-bending crossover comic ignited a fire in the mind of comic artist James Harvey, who proposed the impossible:

Recreate every page of Akira using characters from The Simpsons.”

Check out the tumblr page here, and buy an exhibition book here!