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Juan De Oñate comic

New Post! I know it’s been forever since my last one…I really have no excuse to give. I’ve been busy w/ specific but small commissions over the past few months, but the bulk of my artistic energy has been devoted to drafting out a children’s book that I would like to publish. I don’t want […]

More Photoshop goodness

  “Witches and Wizards” One day, a group of witches and wizards became bored with their present reality. They built a time machine and traveled to the future to a time commonly demarcated as the Roaring Twenties. Able to avoid the persecutions of colonial Massachusetts and practice their teachings freely, they took well advantage of […]

New-ish experimentation with Photoshop

  “Android Family” It is the year 6000 AD(in Earth years). A galactic total war which ravaged our solar system gave rise to the creation of a reconstruction period for both aliens and humans. This here is a detailed look on the hybridization of several planetary cultures. Scientists have successfully bound human and alien DNA […]

The Sword of Shannara

  Tried some digital with pen&ink. This one’s based on The Sword of Shannara, by Terry Brooks(written in 1977). It’s a lot of fun to be able to explore someone else’s world that they’ve created and then come up with your own interpretations of what the characters might look like. The word “fan art” has […]

SF Weekly

  Hi Everyone, Here is a fun little cover I did for SF Weekly. The theme of this issue is “perpetual adolescence” and for my illustration they had me do kids running loose all over San Francisco. I’ve added a couple of spot illustrations I did for them as well. Enjoy!    


This is a picture of my mom, Gloria. I’m experimenting a little bit more with dry brush, and I gotta say I like the “patchwork” look a lot. This could be a new direction for me. I’m also working on a commission for a family that lives in Berlin; the dad used to go to […]


  Hello internet, So over the past moth or so I’ve switched to updating my Facebook Illustration page much more than this one, I find that I am able to get instant feedback better, and the system of “likes” and “shares” are more helpful into being noticed and wider  promotion in general. But, I have […]

Acrylic doodle

    I have nothing to say about this one other than it being inspired by the weirdly grotesque Japanese film Funky Forest (2005).