A little story and art teaser for my upcoming book Montague Mouse: “You have me and I have you, so we will never be alone. Not truly anyhow. No matter where we go and what will befall us, we will always be friends.” The frog brightened in a smile as Montague spoke, he pulled the little mouse in for a great big hug (...)
"It was an old world that slept in the deep, it had been there for as long as she could remember. The ornamentation of barnacles and seaweed gave it an almost [...]
Like many other children of the 80s and 90s, I have enjoyed playing Dungeons & Dragons (D&D) since my teenage years. My first experience with it was Baldur’s Gate II and I was immediately hooked. D&D opened this fantastical world to me and was one of the reasons I became obsessed with creating art
The #ArtvsArtist Meme has been circling on Social Media again, I received some questions on how to make one so here's a tutorial for you!
Do you know that feeling when inspiration just comes barraging at inconvenient times and you have to sit down and let it flow? I've been watching Narnia while catching up on client work, and I felt so inspired I had to take a break yesterday and knock this new Apocalina sketch out.
Whoever you are, wherever you are. I hope this post finds you in good health and spirit. 2017 is on it's the last doorstep, tomorrow we bid a sparkling new year welcome! 2017 [...]
It had been a long day, between brushing down the cows and keeping the chickens from eating his hat, Nis was looking forward to a good night's sleep. Tired and cranky he climbed the ladder to the attic.
Come along to Wizard World: Austin! Last weekend I exhibited in the artist's alley. In this vlog, I'll share some convention tips and take you along for the experience.
Friends, I am thrilled to announce that after multiple requests I have finally joined Patreon! I am really excited to start this new adventure and hope that you will join me, we are starting out strong with #Gnomevember (Lots of Gnome drawings throughout November!).
A little boy, who wouldn’t grow up, once said: “To die would be an awfully big adventure.” And that is how this story began; everything died.