Goblin Junkyard Steamborg

 Done as a DeviantArt contest entry for Blizzard's Hearthstone Goblins vs. Gnomes expansion. It's a sculpture, photographed and overpainted. The sculpt is a combination of a Munny skull, some random toy bits, and some Das and two-part epoxy putty. I think it turned out rather nifty.

If you like it, leave a comment on the DeviantArt contest entry page!

Some work-in-progress shots:



Here's a little commission work I completed recently. Pencils and inks for a D&D character, Balthazar the dwarf. As you can see, he is rendered in both Adventuring Mode and Party Mode.


Doomsayers & Dilly-dallying

I've been lucky enough to get to try out the new edition (5th) of Dungeons and Dragons. Holy trollpoops, it's awesome. Here is a character portrait I painted for a buddy:

'Clix Mods

 I made a bunch of Heroclix mods with some spare time and gumption. Here's the Black Knight (a super-obscure Universe X character). He's a full mod using a WXM Banshee as a base dial and sculpt. Custom sculpting and painting with a Raddd base.

Here's a quick 'n' clever mod for awesome old-base Animal Man: Now he's a switch-click!

I made this The Maxx team a while ago, but never posted it anywhere. We have Skaar as an Is, Caiera as Julie the Jungle Queen, and Outback Hulk as Outback The Maxx. Some custom sculpting (The Is is from scratch, and there's a lot of work on The Maxx; Julie just gets a leafy dress mod and some extra hair) and painting.

 Here's a Conan the Barbarian, converted from a Skaar, that I made for a buddy:

And here's a Man-Thing that I replaced with an old sculpt and then did some custom sculpting/rebasing and painting for (still on ASM Man-Thing):


Apocalypse How?

...And, last but not least, here is a teaser image for Apocalypse How, an awesome card game by my buddy Glenn Buettner about trying to survive one of any number of apocalypses.


...And here is a picture of a caterpillar/butterfly/elephant/excited guy (done for "Let's Create Something Magical," a freaky compilation coloring book / album coming out in September).

Paint Your Own Horse

SO! I've been away for far too long. I have, in fact, been doing stuff: to demonstrate, here is a picture of a child painting a pony. (Done as a promo flyer.)


Born to Live

Done as album art for D.C. Fallout's upcoming "Objector;" here's the front cover illustration.
It is a zombified soldier strapped with homemade suicide bombs! Classy!

Here's the back cover. DC Fallout fans may recognize some names if they look closely at the dog tags...
This is more or less what the 12" vinyl will look like.

Here's the art for the digipak disc tray, as well as for the disc itself. Rockin'
Here's the digipak layout. Note the credits page (which will fold onto the backside of the front cover) - overlayed with military blueprints for that "gritty, yet planned" feel.

This is what will appear on the back of the fold-out miniposter that comes with the album. Overlayed blueprints again, but not overpowering the text.