I have been so swamped that I have been terrible about updating this site. I have been commissioned to do a bunch of picture books so it has put my comics on the back burner.
This was inspired by seeing the new Mad Max movie a couple years ago and then was inspired by the art book.
Car I was inspired to design by the art book
A stream of consciousness piece that got a little crazy…
Daveed Diggs as Thomas Jefferson (and Lafayette)
Lin-Manuel Miranda as Hamilton
I have been super swamped lately and have not done a lot of comics for this site. In the meantime, here is some Hamilton fan art. The show is crazy addictive.
I hope to see it when we are in NYC sometime, but I am not holding my breath.
The top piece was lightly inspired by the ink drawing in the original 70s edition of Jesus Christ Superstar but went a bit out there.
The show has a JCS/Evita vibe to it. As a recovering Andrew Lloyd Webber addict, it is irresistible.
I recently did these portraits of Ginny Weasley and Luna Lovegood for a Christmas gift so shhhhh.
They are such diverse characters, almost Breakfast Club-like in their differences…
I enjoyed painting both but I had a soft spot to Luna and Ravenclaw…
I love that the new show I am having with Anthony “Tank” Mansfield and Jaimie Filer at Pop Revolution Gallery is called The-Show-That-Shall-Not-Be-Named.
This painting I did of Bellatrix Lestrange seems to fit in the show theme…
See you September 17th!
Game of Thrones starts in just a couple weeks! Here is a watercolor demo I did of Olenna Tyrell, one of my favorite characters played by the amazing Diana Rigg.
Amanda Palmer sketch by Christina Wald
Sketch of Amanda Palmer done with a bit of leftover paint. I just listened to her book The Art of Asking. Really excellent!
A couple of the songs on the audiobook are stuck in my head. I guess I will have get some of her albums on iTunes.
It is a nice companion piece to the Neil Gaiman portrait I did a while ago.
Lots of irons in the fire right now including the first Catbat mini. Stay tuned!