Since I was a youngin' it's always been about creating for me.When I was 9-years old I saw an issue of the X-Men (the original fab-four -- not the ones from the movies). Early '60s. That was the first time I noticed the credits box on the first page. The first time I realized that someone... some specifc someone... had drawn this coming. There was the mutant Banshee, complete with headband screaming and flying right out of the page at me. Somebody had imagined that and made it real with pencil and ink and paper.
I wanted that. I wanted to do that. From that moment on, I wanted to draw. That's never gone away, although I did my time as a comic artist (and writer, and colorist and letterer -- and even publisher for a minute there). I worked as an illustrator before that, mostly in the game field. The paper and dice games like Dungeons & Dragons. I drew everything from Dr. Who and Star Trek, to Cyborg Commandos and Battle Tech mechs. It kept us in beans and rice for a few years.
These days I work mostly on the web and draw and paint mostly for fun (although I enjoy the web stuff, too. It's creative in it's own way.)
I've collected some of my favorite stuff here. Occasionally, I'll offer something for sale, but most of the images here are of works I've already sold or given away. I sometimes also offer prints and you'll see a PayPal link on works with prints available if you're interested.