Featured here are excerpts from published projects, for both print and online, including the web-comic turned graphic novel Contropussy, from IDW Publishing, The-Gutters.com (books and website), and TheFlushed.com.
Featuring character designs created for comics and both 2D and 3D animation projects.
These storyboards represent a variety of projects, ranging from live action TV commercials(Burger King), short films, and animated TV shows and animated short films.
Gallery exhibitions include both group and solo showings at the Dorsch Gallery(Miami,FL), various Artist produced group Happenings (Frenzy, Esperanto), Leonard Tachmes Gallery, Meltdown Comics(Los Angeles, CA)
Originally created in a hazy New Orleans pub, Motley comics was my first (Mostly) Professionally produced comic output. So far Motley's Bibliography is:
MOTLEY vol. 1, 2003 (Dorsch Gallery Publishing)
MOTLEY Gets A Life ( or vol. 2), 2005(Dorsch Gallery Publishing)
MOTLEY vol. 3, 2006 (Dorsch Gallery Publishing)
MOTLEY Weekly Blogcast(2006-2009) roughly 24 pages of new one page strips, spread out over the course of a few years.
But coming in 2013? Included here is a Preview of 3 pages of a brand new 24 page MOTLEY COMICS story.
Illustration here refers to more finished, and mostly commercially produced pieces, including the annual spoken word compilation series covers for WORDSPEAK; the forthcoming 20% comic publication cover; CONTROPUSSY graphic novel and comic covers, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz audio book and digital download cover; indie band Modern Skirts poster, ROLLING HEAVY magazine illustration, and tribute to the great Maurice Sendak.
20% Comic cover, colors by Thompson Knox
Paintings made for serious fun. These in particular, are Oil.
Motley and Harv 002
One of my personal favorite projects was producing these watercolor paintings for restauranteur genius, David Bailey's Chocolate Bar and Rooster cafe, located in St.Louis, Missouri.
Various selections from personal sketchbooks, and both Official and Unofficial Drink n Draw sessions. Including selections from the 2011 Meesimo Sketchbook, available from the great Stuart Ng Books, currently back in stock.
If you ever notice me looking at you sort of cock-eyed and odd, just know that I can't help picturing what you would look like as a caricature. It's...it's just part of who I am at this point:)