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Friday, May 1, 2015




It’s time again for Free Comic Book Day again!

Tomorrow I will be set up at Joplin’s Premier Comic Book Store–Hurley’s Heroes in Downtown Joplin at 824 Main St.

I’ll be doing FREE SKETCHES again this year! That’s right, absolutely free.

Like these–

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Things get a little crazy and the lines get long, so please do me a favor and understand that they can only be head sketches with one character and we’ll need to keep things to one sketch per person. Other than that I’ll try and draw anything you’d like.

In addition to doing sketches and signing books, I’ll have prints, sketchbooks, t-shirts and original art for sale.  I am donating for some goodies for door prizes, including a page of original comic art! Come by, check out the great deals at Hurley’s, get your FREE COMIC BOOK DAY comics,  and get a chance to win some cool swag!

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


Friday, April 10, 2015

Cape Girardeau Next Weekend!

Well, con season is underway.  I am frantically trying to catch back up after traveling for over 3 weeks in March.  What a whirlwind.  Both the London and Seattle shows were outstanding and the Germany signing tour was just an amazing experience.  But as expected, I got home and hit the drawing table trying to make the next deadline.  Finishing up Wolf Moon issue 6 this weekend, so wish me luck!

With that out of the way, I’ll be heading to Cape Girardeau for Cape-Con.  It’s been a couple years since I’ve been there, and the guest list this year looks great.  Cullen Bunn is going to be there as well, so if you are a Wolf-Moon fan, be sure to bring your copies to be signed.

I’ll be set up with all the usual comics, prints, tees, and original pages from Batwoman, Constantine, Wolf Moon, and others.  If you want me to be sure to bring something specific, let me know!  I will also be doing commissions–simple head/shoulders at the show, but I do have a few full figure preorders still available.  If you would like more information about commissions for this show (or any other), drop me a line!

Back to the drawing board!


Friday, February 20, 2015

Convention Schedule 2015

I’ve been getting a lot of questions about which shows I will be attending this year, so I thought I’d do a quick post with confirmed shows for the year.  Much like every other year, I always say I’m not going to do so many, but in reality end up traveling just as much as last year!  I do enjoy traveling.  Not so much the airport part of it, but I love getting to visit cities all over the country and world.  I love seeking out the local food and the quirky attractions, admiring the architecture, and learning about the history of the places I visit.  Soaking in the culture is what I try to do!

Anyway, you all knew that. So here’s where I’m going to be this year.  If you want a commission, I will be taking pre-orders before all of the shows.  You can email me to find out more info and get on the list!

March 14-15 London Super Comic Con

March 16-21 Signing Tour in Germany  More info (hope you can read German!)

March 27-29 Emerald City Comic Con Seattle, Washington

April 17-19 Cape Comic Con  Cape Girardeau, Missouri

May 22-25 Denver Comic Con

May 29-31 O Comic Con Council Bluffs, IA

June 19-21 Heroes Comic Con Charlotte, NC

June 25-28 Florida Supercon Miami, FL

September 12-13 Cincy Comic Con Cincinnati, OH

October 8-11 New York Comic Con

There are couple more floating out there as possibilites, I’ll keep you posted of any additions to the list!  Also, if you organize conventions, and would like to invite me to your show for 2016, shoot me an email and we can discuss particulars.

Ok, back to the drawing table.  Lots to do before LSCC!


Monday, February 2, 2015



So in the midst of the DINO DAY Kickstarter and Constantine deadlines, I have a busy spring looming.  I will be heading overseas to my first ever appearance at London Super Comic Con March 14-15.  I get to spend a few days in London before the show. If you have any recommendations of the best places to eat–comment below!  You know finding the best a city has to offer is one of my favorite things to do when I travel.


Right after LSCC, we are heading off to a signing tour of Germany March 16th-21st.  I’ve never done anything quite like this before, but am excited to see Germany.  We arrive in Berlin and then head to Leipzig.  We will hit up Hamburg, Wuppertal, Bonn, Wurzburg, Frankfurt while we are there.


As if that weren’t enough, three days after we arrive back in the states, we zip off to Seattle for Emerald City Comic Con.  My kids aren’t going to remember what I look like.  Oh, wait.  As long as I bring them back some legos or dinosaurs, they’ll be happy to see me.  Anyway, this is always a great show, great friends, and oh yeah, great food.


So I have commission lists going for all three events.  I have bust and full figure versions available in 9×12 and 11×17 sizes.  The lists are already filling up and space is limited, so shoot me an email at for more details today!


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Hope to see you at one of the shows!

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Wednesday, January 28, 2015

DINO DAY 52!!!


It’s DINO DAY again!

…the last Dino Day.

I’m not going to lie, I got a little teary eyed early this morning when I was painting this one. It’s happening again now.

I didn’t know if I was going to finish this project. At times, when I was drowning in deadlines and chained to this desk day and night, I just wasn’t sure how I was going to be able to draw anything else. In spite of that, every single time it happened. The boys would come into the studio and ask what I was drawing for Dino Day and I’d hop to it. I’d put pen or marker or brush to paper, forget about all of that other stuff and draw a dinosaur.

Silly as it might sound, I think Dino Day kind of saved me over the past year. It was pure drawing for the sake of drawing. It was fun. Most of all it was something that I shared with my sons. …and of course with you.

So for today’s piece, #52, I sat down and just let go. It’s brush and ink and paper. It’s loose and fun and I loved it.

The piece was drawn on an 11×11 inch piece of vellum bristol board, using a #8 round brush and paynes grey FW acrylic artists ink. I used my inky brush water for the wash effect in the background.

And there you have it.

A bit of housekeeping, then–

We’re now in the finial week of the DINO DAY Art Book Kickstarter.  We are in the home stretch.  Exactly eight days left.  As of right now we are 87% funded. Crazy close. That’s all thanks to you.

Since we’re almost funded, it’s time to add some stretch goals. If we hit these numbers beyond the initial funding this is some of the great stuff we’ll be adding!

AT $15,000

  • SECOND T-SHIRT DESIGN. See above.  You can add it to your order by adding $20 to your pledge and messaging us that you are adding the new t-shirt!  In adult and kids sizes!

  • COLORING PAGES –Every pledge $10 and higher will receive a link to download 6 PDFs of coloring pages of the DINO DAY images!

AT $18,000

  • All physical orders will receive an exclusive DINO DAY BOOKMARK!

  • DINO DAY books will have SPOT GLOSS added to cover.

AT $20,000

  • DINO DAY STICKERS AND MINI DINO PAL! –All physical orders will receive a DINO DAY stIcker and a mini dinosaur to keep you company.

AT $22,500

  • PRINT OF DINO DAY #51–Get your own copy of DINO DAY #51–Ethan and Owen riding a T-Rex, colored by John Rauch.

AT $25,000

  • COLORING BOOK–This will open the reward for a physical copy of the coloring images. This softcover book will be at least 25 pages of dinosaur line art from DINO DAY.

AT $30,000

  • DINO DAY HOODIE–We will open a reward tier for a lightweight, comfy zip front hoodie with the DINO DAY Society image on it!

AT $35,000

  • DINO DAY MESSENGER BAG–Show your important affiliations with the DINO DAY bag!

One other thing– since no one snagged the final piece in the book reward, we’re I’m going to add a special 53rd piece for the book. If you’d like to choose what that final piece will be and get the original art for it, you can! I’ll do that piece and post it next Wednesday before the end of the Kickstarter. Cool, right?!


Here is a link to the Kickstarter page.  Check it out if you haven’t and be sure to share with your friends on all of the social medias. I appreciate it!

Okay, I’m going to dry my eyes go have a cup of coffee.

Again– thank you. I couldn’t have done any of this without you.

See you next week.

Thursday, January 22, 2015



It’s DINO DAY again!

Fifty-one weeks. Wow. Here we are.

Today’s piece is a special piece. One that I’ve wanted to do since very early on in DINO DAY. It’s an ode to my sons. It’s all of my favorite things about this project combined into one piece of art. In spite of next week being the last piece of the project, this to some degree, is my grand finale.  I always have fun with the DINO DAY pieces and put a lot of love in them, but this time, I wanted to go all out.  I wanted this piece to reflect what I do in my day-to-day comic work.  This piece is special to me. Nothing is cooler than my kids riding through Downtown Joplin on the back of a T-Rex.  I really love this one. I hope you do too.

This piece is a whopper.  Done on 11×11 inch vellum bristol board, using a hunt 102 crow quill and a Rafael Kolinsky brush with Paynes Grey FW acrylic artist ink.

On to news about the DINO DAY Art Book Kickstarter.  We are just a bit past the halfway point.  Exactly fourteen days left.  We are 75% funded!  I am just blown away by the support you’ve shown and as a little extra thank you, I’ve added some cool freebies with every order!  Everyone who orders a physical copy of the book (or more) will get a DINO DAY SOCIETY button and a set of 3 mini-prints.  We still have the coolest reward left too–next week, for the final DINO DAY piece, I will custom draw a dinosaur for YOU. And it will be part of the book. And you get to keep the art.  But you have to get it before next Wednesday! There are lots of other fun pieces available along with prints and t-shirts.  Here is a link to the Kickstarter page.  Check it out if you haven’t and be sure to share with your friends.

Oh– and if you haven’t seen it yet, here is what the DINO DAY Art Book is going to look like. I’m so happy with it!


Okay, I’m going to go make some comics.

See you next week!


Wednesday, January 14, 2015




We’ve hit the end of the first week of the DINO DAY Art Book Kickstarter and I’m absolutely blown away by the support for the project. We’re over 60% of the way to our goal and going strong.

With only three more Dino Day entries left, I wanted to go out strong and make each of them special. This weeks piece was a lot of fun. In school I loved stippling– creating an image with a series of dots. The effect is a lot of fun and creates a lot of depth and texture.

This piece features a Compsognathus and was done on an 8x8in piece of rough Bristol board in Copic Marker. Below you’ll see a list of the Copics I used. …easier than typing them all.


So there you have it, another Dino Day down. Just two to go. Wow…that kind of makes me a little emotional when I think of it.

If you haven’t already, please check out the DINO DAY Kickstarter page–

Today’s piece, and all of the others (except for the ones that have already sold) are available on the Kickstarter, along with a cool t-shirt, prints, and of course, the book itself.

Check it out. Also, please share it on social media. We appreciate it.

Okay, I finished my Constantine deadline AND today’s piece. I’m going to leave the studio for a bit and buy some fun nerd stuff. I deserve it.

See you next week!

Wednesday, January 7, 2015



It’s DINO DAY again!

And this is a very special Dino Day. After forty nine weeks of doing this project with the boys, we launched the DINO DAY Art Book Kickstarter project. As I type this, we’re twelve hours into the thirty day Kickstarter and have already reached over $3000 of our $15,000 goal. I can’t begin to express what this means to me. This project has meant so much  to me over the past year. It was a chance to share and make art with my sons. Having you share in it is an absolute honor.

Just in time for the Kickstarter kick off, I’ve finished up the newest piece. We went a little silly with this one. It’s goofy. It’s a homage. And it’s another painting.

Today’s piece pays homage to one of our favorite scenes from Jurassic Park.  It was done using acrylic paints and just a bit of pen in a couple places, on a nice 10x10in piece of Arches watercolor paper.

If you haven’t already, please check out the DINO DAY Kickstarter page–

Today’s piece, and all of the others (except for the ones that have already sold) are available on the Kickstarter, along with a cool t-shirt, prints, and of course, the book itself.

Check it out. Also, please share it on social media. We appreciate it.

Okay, all of this painting and Kickstarting is hard work. I’m going to go take a nap.

See you next week!

Wednesday, December 31, 2014



It’s DINO DAY again!

The LAST Dino Day of 2014! Wow. What a year it’s been, working on this project. I went back and re-read the first few Dino Day posts. It’s crazy to think that I’ve managed to get to the finish line on this project. I can see it. Right there in the distance. Just four more posts. Yeah. Crazy.

This week’s piece features the rather alien looking Amargasaurus. They’re odd looking and beautiful with their two rows of parallel spines running down their necks. I’ve wanted to draw one for months, but this is the first time I’ve managed to pull it off. It was done on a piece of bristol board using a plain old blue Bic Round Stic pen. I kind of love working in Bic pen. It reminds me of drawing on my notebooks in middle school…and high school…and college.

So yeah, as I’ve mentioned NEXT WEDNESDAY is the start of the DINO DAY KICKSTARTER. If you aren’t already, please hop over to and follow me. The moment it goes live you’ll get notifications and updates about the project. You can also follow me on my regular Facebook and Twitter pages or you can check out the official DINO DAY twitter page here–

Alright. That’s it for 2014. Have a happy and safe New Year!

See you next week!

Wednesday, December 24, 2014



It’s DINO DAY again! It’s also Christmas Eve.

Family is over for lunch, presents, and fun, so I’ll have to make this short. There are toys to put together, drinks to drink, and tasty desserts to be eaten.

This week’s piece, my forty-seventh Dino Day was a fun one. I decided to do a companion piece to the Hipstersaurus and Hiphoposaurus drawings. This time, I give you the Baristasaurus. She’s fun, creative, and makes a mean five shot Americano.

The piece was done on a 8×8 in piece of vellum bristol board using a brush and FW Paynes Grey acrylic artists ink and spot color using a V22 “Ash Lavender” Copic sketch marker.

An odd side note– it’s INCREDIBLY hard to make a dinosaur look feminine. I think I pulled it off, but yeah…not easy at all.

Oh! And remember to follow the official Dino Day twitter–

Okay, I hear wine and cheesecake calling my name!

See you next week!