This illustration was created for an exhibition focusing on the great makeup master Rick Backer at Hero Complex Gallery in Los Angeles.
While the remake of "The Wolfman" isn't great, Rick Bakers underused makeup effects were stellar and I wanted to call attention to just that with this piece.
Unused portraits for a privately commissioned Tremors print. While I loved these portraits, they just didn't work with the overall composition of the piece, so they were left out.
A quick illustration inspired by the great Flukeman monster from the X-Files episode "The Host".
In The Mouth of Madness
This illustration was created for Hero Complex Gallery in Los Angeles.
There is a lot of fantastic imagery in John Carpenters "In The Mouth Of Madness" but few things are as iconic to me as the black church. I tried to depict the Lovecraftian nature of the film, using the tropes of the tentacles, transforming citizens and Sam Neill's indescribable fear.
This 14"x17" drawing was created for an exhibition at Los Angeles' iconic Meltdown Comics.
I have to admit that I'm not a huge Dr. Who fan, but when asked for an illustration for the show, I couldn't resist drawing this hulking beast.
3 of Clubs
This illustration was created for an upcoming playing card deck from Hero Complex Gallery.
I was given the 3 of Clubs and chose to use the imagery of the holy trinity to convey the message of the trefoil. The crown of twigs, triangles and use of 3's in the illustration all harken back to Catholic iconography.
This illustration was created for an exhibition at Hero Complex gallery focusing on crime films.
I love David Fincher films and few are as chilling as "Zodiac"
Trick or Treat
This pen and ink illustration was for a Halloween show at Austin's Guzu Gallery, focusing on iconic horror figures.
Sam is a playful, albeit dangerous, character and I tried to capture that in this drawing. He holds his trademark grinning Jack O'Lantern while his blood soaked lollypop lies on the steps beside him.
I had the pleasure of creating several pieces for Hero Complex Gallery's "Young Guns" art exhibition, showcasing up and coming artists in the pop-culture art world.
One of those was this pen and ink illustration inspired by David Cronenbergs "The Fly." Jeff Goldblum's transformation in that is some of the best body horror I've seen and I wanted to capture the abnormal changes in his wall crawl. The instruments of his destruction loom beneath him as he looks down on the viewer.