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Author Archives: josh
I’m looking for a few good readers and supporters for the launch of my children’s book, The Good Night Knight. If you submit your name and email address you will be selected to receive a FREE children’s ebook preview of the book. This ebook is the first half of the story that will appear in the final printed book. I’ve created a few different file formats (iPad, Kindle, PDF), but need your help to see if they work the way they should. Continue reading
So, I had to sit on these for an entire year, but now I can finally share them. Last year I did some illustrations for Spirit Halloween. They are now available in the Spirit Halloween stores. It’s a series of … Continue reading
I have no delusions about participating in every day of Inktober, but I did feel moved to complete this one…at least I did one right?
While I was behind an Artist Alley table last week at Baltimore Comic Con, my brother said, “You should get one of those blank sketch cover comics and draw something”. So, I did. I figured I would take the 2 … Continue reading
I’ll be attending this weekend’s Baltimore Comic Con, Friday – Saturday (Sept. 02 – 04). My brother and I will have table A274 in the Artist Alley. If you’re in the area stop by, say “hi”, and check out some of … Continue reading
Hector is our rescue Chihuahua-mixed-with-who-knows-what dog. He has a lot of the usual Chihuahua traits: he shivers when it’s a little chilly, barks at things way bigger than him, and burrows under blankets or pillows as much as possible. Hector also … Continue reading
Friends approached me to create a custom piece for them. The idea was to feature the couple as two independent and original superhero characters that have joined forces. We decided on a custom comic book cover. My first steps were … Continue reading
Here is the most recent commission I did. It was a simple request: An original illustration of Captain America (and other Avengers) completed in time for a daughter’s birthday. The finished piece is 8″ x 10″. Non-repro blue pencils and … Continue reading
What is C.R.O.T.C.H.? Celebrities Reacting Offensively To Criminal Happenings In the heyday of Hollywood, organized crime ran show business. As it grew, the government had no choice but to step in and clean things up. When they finished, they realized … Continue reading