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Friday, May 30, 2014


This June there is a new convention in New York City.  I love NYCC in October, and this convention is put on by the same good people at Reed.  It’s slated to be art-centric with only the North Pavilion Artist Alley instead of the entire suite of rooms they have in the fall.  Looking forward to the show and spending some time in the city! Here is a link for more info on the convention–

That being said, I’m opening up my commission list! The only way to get a commission piece from me is at a show.  Unfortunately, it’s gotten to where constant looming deadlines have made it impossible to take requests other than at conventions.  Fortunately for you, convention season is here!

For my standard commissions, I’ll be doing 9×12 bust shots of the character of your choice, in ink and Copic Marker on Strathmore drawing board or in your sketchbook of similar size for $60.

I’ll also take THREE 9×12 full figure commissions of the character of your choice for $150. Full figures will ONLY be accepted as pre-orders. I won’t be able to take full figure commissions at the show.

Since this is only a two day show, openings for commissions will be very limited.  Decide what you would like to add to your collection–then email with questions or to get on the list!

Here are some full figure commissions from previous shows.




A couple standard bust commissions–





Wednesday, May 28, 2014



It’s DINO DAY again!

This week, things are a little new. I’ve made some schedule adjustments and for the first time in months, I’m feeling a little human again.

It’s hard to believe that I’ve been at this for over four months, now. The boys and I dug out all of the sketches to date the other day. It was really cool seeing them all laid out together.

Today’s piece was done on a 7in x 7in piece of bristol board in about 25 minutes.

I really love randomly grabbing a pen. It’s become part of the fun of this project. I drew this with a blue Bic “round stick” ink pen. Growing up, I’m pretty sure my grandparents only kept blue ballpoint pens around the house. I have a bit of a nostalgic love for them.

Alright, I’d better get back to drawing. Even “feeling a little more human” Jeremy has keep at it.

See you next week!


Wednesday, May 21, 2014



BATWOMAN #31 is in stores today.  This is the finale to my first arc with the amazingly talented Marc Andreyko.

Thought I’d do something a little different.  There are plenty of five page previews around so I thought I’d post five pages of my black and white line art from the book.

Of course in doing so, I want to make sure to bring up my amazing colorist on the book, Guy Major.  Guy really brings the book to life and frequently saves my bacon and makes this book look good.  He’s a painter.  Colorists deserve more praise for the hard work they do.  And Guy is one of the best.

So I hope you enjoy this black and white five page preview.  I really love working on this book.  Kate Kane is one of the best characters in comics. If you haven’t already, please check out the book. It’s available at your local comic shop.  If you don’t have a local comic shop you can check it out day in date via Comixology.


Oh, and by the way, I’ve got all of the original artwork for BATWOMAN (and a ton of other stuff) available for sale. If you’re interested in anything, please let me know.

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Wednesday, May 21, 2014




It’s DINO DAY again!

I find myself again in deadline hell. I’m exhausted, a bit over-caffinated, and I could use a shower. On the good side, I get to draw comics. Every single day.

I usually try to go for a cool, fairly accurate drawing of a dinosaur. Today I wanted to do something that was just about fun. All about the way that I saw dinosaurs when I was a kid. My younger brother and I had a couple of random tiny plastic dinosaurs growing up. My favorite of them was always the brontosaurus. Later we all learned that the brontosaurus was actually a combination of two other dinosaurs–it is actually an apatosaurus with the head of a camarasaurus. The piece ended up being about fun and nostalgia and I absolutely love it.

Today’s sketch was done on a 4×4 remanent of bristol board, using a 03 Sakura Pigma Micron marker and a G07 Nile Green Copic marker.

Alright, I need to get back to it.

See you next week for another DINO DAY!




Wednesday, May 14, 2014




It’s DINO DAY again!

This week, I played the “grab a pen at random” game again. I ended up snagging a Paper Mate red felt tipped pen and ran with it.

I’d been wanting to get back to the Brachiosaurus. With their odd proportions and long neck they’re a little hard to get into the square format tip to tail. I went close up and had fun with it.

I love continuous line drawings. They’re fast, loose, scribbly, and shape based. The moment I picked up that red pen, I knew this was going to be another continuous line drawing.

Alright, I need to get back to drawing Batwoman punching the bad guys.

Thanks so much for checking back!

See you next week.



Wednesday, May 7, 2014




It’s DINO DAY again!

This week I’m back to being a busy busy boy. No rest for the wicked or the comic book artist. Today is an especially packed day– I’ve got pages due, a meeting at my building, and a conference call on a reeeeally cool possible thing…that I can’t talk about. I really hate “I can’t talk about”s, but they’ve kind of become all too common in the entertainment biz.

I’ve been having a lot of fun mixing in drawings of dinosaur bones. They’re a lot of fun and I’ve done several studies of them at museums over the years. This one is a Velociraptor skeleton based on a sketch I did a few years ago at the Natural History Museum in New York. I wanted to go purely graphic– black on toned paper. It was a lot of fun.

Today’s Dino Day piece was done solely using a brush pen. I don’t use brush much– just never gotten the hang of it. The brush pen is a nice middle ground. I’m sorry to say that I have no idea which one this was. It’s a nice Japanese brush pen, similar to the Pentel one’s you can buy at any art supply store. These things have an amazing flow. You just have to be careful and let the ink dry well before moving on to the next step. I was digging through my supply closet and found this nice buff toned paper. It gave the piece a nice effect…the only downside being it doesn’t handle the ink quite as well as I’d like. I’m spoiled by good paper.

So that’s it for Dino Day 14. See you next week!


Friday, May 2, 2014

Free Comic Book Day 2014!



It’s time again for Free Comic Book Day!  May be the best day of the year…  I mean, what’s better than a day to get FREE comics?  

Tomorrow I will be set up at Joplin’s Premier Comic Book Store–Hurley’s Heroes in Downtown Joplin at 824 Main St.  There is all sorts of excitement planned including a sidewalk sale and door prizes. Joining me signing books will be my good pal, DC artist/writer Aaron Kuder.  He is the artist of Action Comics and writer of Superboy.  Local Artist (and all around nice fella) Seth Wolfshorndl and the Joplin High School Cartoonist Club will also be there signing and sketching.  

 Along with signing books and doing free sketches, I’ll have t-shirts in a couple styles, prints, and original art for sale.  I’ll have copies of my kickstarter funded Bad Karma book.  I am donating for some goodies for door prizes, including a page of original comic art!  Come by and say “hi”–check out the great deals at Hurley’s and get a chance to win some cool swag!  Oh, yeah, get some FREE comics as well!


For more information, check out the Hurley’s Heroes Facebook page HERE!