I always love the over the top action movies of the 90’s and Stallone is my favorite actor by far. I loved the Stallone’s version of Dredd it was over the top and had the comic sidekick. Here is my tribute to Judge Dredd in a style inspired by Craig Drake.    Read More →

I have been working on an invitation from my sons 7th birthday. When i asked him what he wanted he said ” Beast-man beating up a dinosaur.” He is a cool kid!Read More →

  It started as a portrait project when I was watching “Joe Dirt” recently on Netflix; however,  I forgot how great the message was in the movie. Joe Dirt had a million reasons for why he never backs down. The more and more I played with the composition and adding other elements, the more and more I liked the look of hope on his face in this simple portrait. It really tells a lot about the movie and Joe’s philosophy. Keep on Keeping On! You Can’t Have No in Your Heart! Life’s a Garden Dig it! I’m a Rocker, Dude! Through and Through!  Read More →

I had an event a few month back where I created this awesome baddie. It was a renaissance inspired event, so what better than Skeletor in a Shakespearian play? I hope you enjoy!  Read More →

I thought it would be funny to take a minion throughout history and have him under some notible baddies. This version is He-Man’s nemisis. Myah myah!  Read More →

The most anticipated movie ever for me was the 1990 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle movie. The movie was an event, the first time I was able to watch a movie on the big screen. My brother (6) and me (8) went to the movie expecting the cowabunga cartoon version of the the turtles. What we saw was different, but still awesome! Nothing ever equals your expectations (Marvel movies excluded), but other then the rat doing karate in the cage, the movie was amazing! I tried to find the points of the movie that best speak to the tone. Rapheal’s frustration with Leo and the group seamedRead More →

My good friend Eileen wanted a poster for her birthday party. She asked for a cartoon of her in running in a Star Wars get-up.Read More →

A while back my good friend Salvador Anguiano and I decided to pay tribute to one of our favorite 1980’s movies IRON EAGLE! The Iron Eagle sound track alone was worthy of a poster, but the action is what made the movie so cool. For me the poster had to include Col. Charles ‘Chappy’ Sinclair, Doug Masters, a pair of F-16’s and Col. Ted Masters as his parachute goes down in enemy territory. The tribute went so well, I even got likes from Jason Gedrick, Doug Masters himself, on twitter. I learned so much during this project thanks to Paul Ainsworth and Salvador Anguiano. Paul had a great suggestion onRead More →

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