Monday, August 31, 2009

BATMAN Sketch!

It's been a while since I've drawn BATMAN. He's always cool to draw. I always like drawing him stocky, like how Frank Miller did on DARK KNIGHT RETURNS.

I'll always appreciate the 3 year run pencilling BATMAN:Gotham Knights (issues 8-47). I'm very greatful to edior Denny O'Neil for giving me the opportunity to work on GOTHAM KNIGHTS years ago.

Thanks, Denny.


Saturday, August 29, 2009

The WEB #2 Splash Page!

It's been a while, I started penciling next issue of The WEB. Here's a splash page from it.

I'm going make more of an effort to post new stuff more frequently, so stay tuned.


Thursday, July 30, 2009

Storyboards - HereAfter movie Part 1

Here's these Storyboards that I did for this Indy movie a few years ago that I think never got filmed. The film deals with the tsunami that hit Thailand.


Storyboards - HereAfter movie Part2

Storyboards - CableDay the movie

These storyboards I did a few years ago for this parody movie of TRAINING DAY called CABLE DAY which never got filmed. It was a great experience collaborating with the director.

3D Cinematics

Here's this 3D Cinematics that I did for BottleRocket Entertainment. I created this cinematic in Maya 3D software. I set up the shots & cameras. I did the basic animation for the animators so they would have a basic idea what the character is doing in the scene and they can do their magic to bring it to life.

I edited the audio and sound effects in AfterEffect. I have to be thankful to my buddy Erol Oksuz for being patient with me when he was showing me how to do cinematics in Maya. I had a great time doing cinematics. It's like taking the next step from Comics to Animatiion. So I put all my studying of storytelling in comics and applied it to 3D Cinematics. This comes close to making a movie. It pretty cool.


Flash Video Game - Storyboards part 1

Here's some storyboards for the in game cinematics for the cancelled FLASH video game. They're rough looking but you get the idea how the scene plays out.


Flash Video Game - Storyboards part2

The Warrior and the Orc!

Here's some new concept designs I did a couple of months ago. I think they came out pretty cool.

Monday, July 27, 2009

Back from the San Diego Comic Con!

Comic Con was a blast! I met a lot of fans and fellow comic book artist like Jamal Igle. I did a lot of commissions and sold a ton of 13 x19 prints like the Watchman piece that's on my blog. It was my top seller. Next to Batman and then Flash. People were digging the preview pages of the WEB One Shot which comes out next month. So over all, it was cool.

BTW Here's a splash page from the WEB #1. Enjoy!

Friday, July 10, 2009

The WEB #1 Starting Off with a BANG!

If you havn't heard I'm now the regular artist on The WEB ongoing series. So we wanted to start off the WEB #1 with a bang so here is this 2page spread with the WEB slugging Deadly Force and flying out of a burning warehouse.

I recently did an interview with Newsarama talking about The WEB so check it out. Here's a link to it.


Monday, June 29, 2009

TheWEB vs. Deadly Force!

Here's The WEB duking it out with Deadly Force.

At some point, I'm going to post an anatomy of a comic page. Showing the development of a comic page. Starting with the script, thumbnail, layout, breakdown, & to finish pencils. I'm probably will do that in the next few weeks.


Monday, June 22, 2009

The WEB Character Study!


Here's Deadly Force. He's one of the villians that the WEB fights in the WEB One Shot. He was fun to design.


Thursday, May 21, 2009

The WEB Splash Page!

Here's a splash page of the WEB. This is going to be also used for a house ad to promote the WEB One-Shot issue. I think it came out pretty decent.


Saturday, May 16, 2009

The WEB Character Study!

I did this painted character study of the WEB and approach it as if it was concepted for a movie or video game. Instead of it looking like spandex, I gave his costume a carbon fiber look. It was fun to paint.

I'll be posting some more painted WEB art in the near future.


DC's Red Circle One Shot - The WEB!

I guess the cat's out of the bag... I'm working on one of the Red Circle One Shots...The WEB! And I'm very fortunate to be working with J. Michael Straczynski. I feel it's an honor to be working with him.

I've worked with Denny O'Neil, Devin Grayson, Chris Clairemont, Peter David and other comic writers in the past, but I got to tell you, I really like working from JMS' script. Everything is there in terms of visually and dialogue. Sometime with some scripts, they can be very dry without depth or substance or sometime the storytelling pacing can be off. So as a storyteller, I'll add more panels to slowdown the pacing to play out the story. But with JMS' script, it's all there.

Also Hilary Barta is inking over my pencils. I think that Hilary will do a bangup job. He did a great job inking over my art on BRAVE and the BOLD #25 which is due out July 15.


Tuesday, March 17, 2009

More BRAVE & THE BOLD art!

Here's Pages 6&7 from BRAVE & THE BOLD #25.

I added sound effects to the art. I try to approach the sfx as part of the storytelling like Walt Simonson or Howard Chaykin.


Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Brave and the Bold #25

Here's pgs 1-3 of Brave & the Bold #25 that I'm pencilling for DC Comics. It's been a while since I did some superhero stuff, but I'm having fun with it. I like how Hardware is coming out considering it's been tough to finding some good reference. So I'm putting more of a techi look to him.


Wednesday, February 18, 2009

The Blue Beetle!

Here's a character study that I did of the Blue Beetle. I'm going to be pencilling an issue of the BRAVE AND THE BOLD with the Blue Beetle and Hardware for DC Comics. Should be fun.

Tuesday, February 17, 2009


Here's some storyboards that I did for this parady indie movie a few years ago. I don't know if the movie ever came out. It was a good experience with the director because he was very collaborative.

Friday, February 13, 2009

THE FLASH Video Game Menu Art!

This art I digitally painted for the load menus on the cancelled FLASH video game that I did at BottleRocket Entertainment.

Baz Pringle designed the designed the load menu graphics. Baz KICK-ASS when it comes to graphic design and the UI stuff on games. Check out his site @ .


Sunday, February 8, 2009


Here's a couple of Watchmen concepts I did for BottleRocket Entertainment who were going to do the Watchmen video game until they walked away from the project.