Thursday, December 21, 2006

Random Stuffs:

Tuesday, October 03, 2006

(Based on actual events.)

Monday, August 14, 2006

Hey, uhhh...Fred?

Some Quick Colors:
I know, I know! Ewww!
But it must've been a common occurance.

And Hong Kong Phooey Colored:

Wednesday, August 09, 2006

Welcome to San Diego
When we arrived on Wednesday (preview night) of the con, we stopped by the Tin Fish across from the convention center for a bit of lunch. For our dining pleasure, we were treated to the site of a 5'2", D-E cupped, 60+ year old hooker "refreshing" herself over the intermittent fountains in front of the restaurant. Further proving to you youngsters out there that you should never drink water from a public fountain. I did this with a brush pen, but a more accurate representation could be achieved by making a sculpture comprised of Slim Jims.

and Hong Kong Phooey!

Tuesday, July 11, 2006

A Group Sketchbook Too?

Well with about six months of prep time, we managed to assemble a group sketchbook for the San Diego Comic Con in about 2 days! The good folks at RapidPod quickly assembled it and it is en route as we speak! This will be exclusive to the San Diego Comic Con next week, a supplies are limited.
The book: An InCONvienient Booth -or- How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Con (see if you can find the secret 3rd title on the book!) features art by Tom Bryski, Joe Feliciano, Bill Halliar, Melly Curphy, Felipe Smith (also his cover) and myself.

Come by table E-6 and get some! It's the table with about 43 artists crammed behind an eight foot table (we were screwed out of our second table).
Don't forget to pick up a copy or three of Gorilla Salad (see below) and I'll have some prints available as well.

Thursday, June 15, 2006


Just squirted out this hansome devil for the Matt Damon caricature jam on the Drawing Board.

Finallly finished a pinup I was asked to do for
Rob Schrab's Robot Bastard! dvd.

Last but not least, my sketchbooks are here!
You can even order them online right now!
Or, I'll just see you at our table, E-6 in San Diego where Chicago will be representing big time!

Thursday, June 08, 2006

My Sketchbook Proof is Here!!

And it looks awesome!!
The actual sketchbook will be softcover and if all goes well it will be here in a few short days.
If we ever get approved for our table at the San Diego Comic Con it will be available there as well as some nifty prints n' stuff.
For those who can't attend or if we get screwed out of our table the books will hopefully be available for sale online as soon as next week! Aren't you lucky?

Printed by

Tuesday, May 23, 2006

Beastie Boy

Inked version by Mike "Doc" Reidy:

Wednesday, May 17, 2006

More Gorilla Salad Rejects:

Tuesday, May 16, 2006

Did You Rub My Lamp?
Haven't drawn Genie for a looong time and just *POOF!* came outta nowhere!
They Didn't Make the Cut
While assemling my sketchbook , Gorilla Salad (coming soon!) I had to make some sacrifices so I wouldn't have a giant book. I had to do something with these misfits, so here ya go.

Monday, May 15, 2006

Promo drawings of me (left) and Tom Bryski by Felipe Smith for his Tokyopop comic: MBQ.

For the record, my legs aren't this thick or stumpy.

Wednesday, April 12, 2006

Sleep Machine

Monday, April 10, 2006

Wednesday, April 05, 2006

The Star of his own Universe

Dancin' fool drawn on the back of a placemat.

Thursday, March 30, 2006

Who Shot Twinkie the Kid?

Wednesday, March 29, 2006

More of "The Things That Should Not Be"...

Skinny, spiked tail, pus oozing sores,
carries it's young in a translucent pouch around it's neck.

Three heads, elephant-like feet, has a single horn protruding from it's head.

Monday, March 27, 2006

Comic Preview
For Art Baltazar's "Chocolate Milk Mix".

Monday, March 13, 2006

Cereal Killers!
I've done a few interpretations of cereal characters before. So when 1313 Magazine was looking for artists to do pinups for their coffee table book, "Cereal Killers"; well heck yeah I was interested!

The Lucky below is a two-fer. I did the first (please don't sue) version for the book. The second (on model) version is for me. And probably for the folks at Calabash.

I also did a Sugar Bear, which I wasn't sure about finishing after seeing Bob Risetto's fabulous version: But I went ahead and did it anyway, so hopefully someone out there likes it. Blood or no blood? Which do you prefer?

Thursday, March 09, 2006

More coming up...

Thursday, March 02, 2006

The New Patrick the Wolf Boy: Birthday Special
is now available! Go bug your comic shop for one today!
It's put out by my buddy Art Baltazar
Incidentally, I have a little 2 page Patrick story in there too!

Stay tuned in the coming months for Art's new book, Chocolate Milk. Which will also feature some official Animal Qwacker comics!

Finally, our own World Famous Jose Garibaldi; uh, I mean Stan Wenches has an official mention in this month's Wizard Magazine for his comic Cornflakes. Check 'em out here:

Wednesday, February 22, 2006

Things That Should Not Be
Was the theme of last night's Sketchbook Chicago gathering.
If you weren't there, why the heck not?
The great Bill Halliar came up with a bunch of words and phrases which were drawn like straws.
We would then all draw a creature based on the 3-6 randomly selected pieces of paper.
Creatures like:
Skinny. Protruding Shoulder Blades. Flies by a sack on it's back filled with gas.

Furry. Has gills. Dreadlocks. Whip-like antenae. Bug-like wings. Woman's moaning lips.

Nerf. Maggoty flesh. Covered in runes. Spiked tail. Loves Ham.

Tuesday, February 14, 2006

Jose Garibaldi's Beastman

The man likes his Monster! tm

Tuesday, January 10, 2006

More Marvels:
There's a Captain Marvel Superhero Jam over on The Drawing Board:
First an initial sketch inspired by Patrick Warburton:

Then the full blown "Big Red Cheese" himself.
The hands still need work though.