Dream of the Endless from March of 2012. Pentel brush pen, Pigma Micron pen, and graphite on 9"x12" sketch paper.
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Me signing and sketching at True Believers Comics & Gallery in Santa Fe, New Mexico ca. 2003. The drawing of Progressive Insurance salesperson Flo (done for a comic strip) was Photoshopped in some years later. As I believe in going with the Flo, additional color images are included.
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An ink, charcoal, and graphite portrait of Dream of the Endless that I completed on 11-12-12.
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Is this a suitable post for Caturday? Here is page one of a 2008 comic strip I created for the band Swamp Rat's CD booklet, plus the cat-less front cover.
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Because a Gorey Death is the best kind of Death! India ink on 2-ply Bristol.
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Looking at some of my original Sandman pages at a convention back in the mid-nineties (which I was selling for $100-200 each!), Neil Gaiman told me that my stuff really did look better in black and white. Well, here are four panels from issue 57 (featuring Lyta Hall and Mazikeen) so that you can decide for yourself!
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In observance of World Sleep Day, here's a Bed Boy™ cartoon from 2014 that went a bit viral, albeit catching some flak in the process. Oh, well! Anyway, no offense intended ...
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The second of my two illustrations for Short Things: Tales Inspired by "Who Goes There?" (The Thing) by John W. Campbell, Jr. (Wildside Press, 2019) – illustrating "According to a Reliable Source ..." by Allen M. Steele. India ink and digital.
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India ink and graphite portrait of Death of the Endless from May of 2012.
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Some of my pencil art – a Rose Walker sequence – from The Sandman, issue 65, page 5. My notes regard asking inker Rich Case to finish a banister (I was probably running late, as usual) and suggesting a sound effect in panel four (which Neil nixed). Rose's word balloon in said panel was ultimately moved to the top, which was a good call (visual flow, you know).
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Angles and exes: two panels from The Sandman: The Kindly Ones ... my pencils (top) and the printed version. ("X" denotes solid black area.) Silence and words by Neil Gaiman, inks by Richard Case, letters by Todd Klein, and colors by Danny Vozzo.
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A fashionably face-masked foursome: Dream, Delirium, Desire, and Death of the Endless.
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The Sandman 69 #
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The Sandman 69 #
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