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Hey guys. So heres what I’ve been working on recently. I joined in on James Harvey's massive Bartkira project. I was well excited to not only be in the first volume but to get the chance to illustration quite a pivotal moment in the story! Really happy with the outcome, I think I might have some nerve damage in my drawing arm but its totally worth it.Now good news for those who are in the US and around the portand area, this and the rest of volume one will be exhibiting in floating world on December 5th! I’d love to see it personally, but yeah. Kinda in the middle east right now.
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Hey guys. So heres what I’ve been working on recently. I joined in on James Harvey's massive Bartkira project. I was well excited to not only be in the first volume but to get the chance to illustration quite a pivotal moment in the story! Really happy with the outcome, I think I might have some nerve damage in my drawing arm but its totally worth it.Now good news for those who are in the US and around the portand area, this and the rest of volume one will be exhibiting in floating world on December 5th! I’d love to see it personally, but yeah. Kinda in the middle east right now.
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Hey guys. So heres what I’ve been working on recently. I joined in on James Harvey's massive Bartkira project. I was well excited to not only be in the first volume but to get the chance to illustration quite a pivotal moment in the story! Really happy with the outcome, I think I might have some nerve damage in my drawing arm but its totally worth it.Now good news for those who are in the US and around the portand area, this and the rest of volume one will be exhibiting in floating world on December 5th! I’d love to see it personally, but yeah. Kinda in the middle east right now.
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Hey guys. So heres what I’ve been working on recently. I joined in on James Harvey's massive Bartkira project. I was well excited to not only be in the first volume but to get the chance to illustration quite a pivotal moment in the story! Really happy with the outcome, I think I might have some nerve damage in my drawing arm but its totally worth it.Now good news for those who are in the US and around the portand area, this and the rest of volume one will be exhibiting in floating world on December 5th! I’d love to see it personally, but yeah. Kinda in the middle east right now.
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Hey guys. So heres what I’ve been working on recently. I joined in on James Harvey's massive Bartkira project. I was well excited to not only be in the first volume but to get the chance to illustration quite a pivotal moment in the story! Really happy with the outcome, I think I might have some nerve damage in my drawing arm but its totally worth it.Now good news for those who are in the US and around the portand area, this and the rest of volume one will be exhibiting in floating world on December 5th! I’d love to see it personally, but yeah. Kinda in the middle east right now.
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Hey guys. So heres what I’ve been working on recently. I joined in on James Harvey's massive Bartkira project. I was well excited to not only be in the first volume but to get the chance to illustration quite a pivotal moment in the story! Really happy with the outcome, I think I might have some nerve damage in my drawing arm but its totally worth it.
Now good news for those who are in the US and around the portand area, this and the rest of volume one will be exhibiting in floating world on December 5th! I’d love to see it personally, but yeah. Kinda in the middle east right now.

This is more content from my Coward Chronicles project that was put aside back in January 2011. This isn’t necessarily a first page, more so a way to get into the mood of the project. I was going for a completely different direction to what I usually do but also elaborating on the freestyle comicking of my earlier projects. I added bits and pieces to it today and now I feel like starting the project up again.

This is more content from my Coward Chronicles project that was put aside back in January 2011. This isn’t necessarily a first page, more so a way to get into the mood of the project. I was going for a completely different direction to what I usually do but also elaborating on the freestyle comicking of my earlier projects. I added bits and pieces to it today and now I feel like starting the project up again.

I recently had to migrate alot of stuff on my work computer because we were given shiny new macpros to play with. Among all my junk are a bunch of unfinished illustrations and projects I meant to initiate but never did. This one was for a project called Coward Chronicles and it was going to be a completely abstract, stream of consciousness comic for me to play about with. Part of it turned into the few pages I have posted here and here but I changed the name for some reason. Anyway, I have more stuff from this project that I’ll try to clean up and post soon, better than it going to waste on my hard drive. And for reference, the ink in the work above was done in 2011. It took 2 and a half years to finish apparently. Wow.

I recently had to migrate alot of stuff on my work computer because we were given shiny new macpros to play with. Among all my junk are a bunch of unfinished illustrations and projects I meant to initiate but never did. This one was for a project called Coward Chronicles and it was going to be a completely abstract, stream of consciousness comic for me to play about with. Part of it turned into the few pages I have posted here and here but I changed the name for some reason. Anyway, I have more stuff from this project that I’ll try to clean up and post soon, better than it going to waste on my hard drive. And for reference, the ink in the work above was done in 2011. It took 2 and a half years to finish apparently. Wow.

For today’s retrospect, here are two pages. The first was early an early concept page for The Legend of Dorian Sanchez. I ended going with a different approach for the comic, although I love the messy grimey feel of it. The second page was the actual end of Farewell Reginald or should i say the new beginning? it was meant as a reimagining of the rest of the story, occuring again. Now that weird blue ink? I found a giant bottle of expired ink from the 60s in a stationary store in downtown Amman, Jordan. The man working there told me the bottle had been sitting there since he began working there over a decade ago and just wanted to get rid of them. I bought that one bottle and the following year, bought the rest. Unfortunately they’re stuck in my place in Jordan, they weigh a ton so bringing them back wasn’t an option. Someday I shall redeem them!  …Anyway like the pages posted yesterday, this page was exclusive to the print only version of FR and the previous page has never been seen by anyone. Now it’s available to all, because I love you, that’s all, I’m not trying to get into your pants honestly.Oh and both pages are from around 2007.
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For today’s retrospect, here are two pages. The first was early an early concept page for The Legend of Dorian Sanchez. I ended going with a different approach for the comic, although I love the messy grimey feel of it. The second page was the actual end of Farewell Reginald or should i say the new beginning? it was meant as a reimagining of the rest of the story, occuring again. Now that weird blue ink? I found a giant bottle of expired ink from the 60s in a stationary store in downtown Amman, Jordan. The man working there told me the bottle had been sitting there since he began working there over a decade ago and just wanted to get rid of them. I bought that one bottle and the following year, bought the rest. Unfortunately they’re stuck in my place in Jordan, they weigh a ton so bringing them back wasn’t an option. Someday I shall redeem them!  …Anyway like the pages posted yesterday, this page was exclusive to the print only version of FR and the previous page has never been seen by anyone. Now it’s available to all, because I love you, that’s all, I’m not trying to get into your pants honestly.Oh and both pages are from around 2007.
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For today’s retrospect, here are two pages. The first was early an early concept page for The Legend of Dorian Sanchez. I ended going with a different approach for the comic, although I love the messy grimey feel of it.

The second page was the actual end of Farewell Reginald or should i say the new beginning? it was meant as a reimagining of the rest of the story, occuring again. Now that weird blue ink? I found a giant bottle of expired ink from the 60s in a stationary store in downtown Amman, Jordan. The man working there told me the bottle had been sitting there since he began working there over a decade ago and just wanted to get rid of them. I bought that one bottle and the following year, bought the rest. Unfortunately they’re stuck in my place in Jordan, they weigh a ton so bringing them back wasn’t an option. Someday I shall redeem them!  …Anyway like the pages posted yesterday, this page was exclusive to the print only version of FR and the previous page has never been seen by anyone. Now it’s available to all, because I love you, that’s all, I’m not trying to get into your pants honestly.

Oh and both pages are from around 2007.

Remember Farewell Reginald? That amazing caper I self published in 2007? Well those of you who fortunately snagged a copy of that sold out masterpiece got to see a page or two that weren’t published online. I don’t see myself ever publishing it again(because I’m lazy and it’s old), so with the magic that is the interweb, here are some of the images that were only available in print. The dramatic end to the story, inside and outside cover illustrations and just for kicks, the front cover. I forgot about the subtitle. As you can tell I was quite the fan of grainy photocopy textures. Funny fact about that comic page, it links Farewell Reginald to The legend of Dorian Sanchez. Firstly, there is the original inspiration for Dorian Sanchez’s design, an eye patched, sleezy version of myself. Also, there’s the first instance of how Reginald appears in the Dorian Sanchez comic. *sigh* loved that page… ENJOY!
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Remember Farewell Reginald? That amazing caper I self published in 2007? Well those of you who fortunately snagged a copy of that sold out masterpiece got to see a page or two that weren’t published online. I don’t see myself ever publishing it again(because I’m lazy and it’s old), so with the magic that is the interweb, here are some of the images that were only available in print. The dramatic end to the story, inside and outside cover illustrations and just for kicks, the front cover. I forgot about the subtitle. As you can tell I was quite the fan of grainy photocopy textures. Funny fact about that comic page, it links Farewell Reginald to The legend of Dorian Sanchez. Firstly, there is the original inspiration for Dorian Sanchez’s design, an eye patched, sleezy version of myself. Also, there’s the first instance of how Reginald appears in the Dorian Sanchez comic. *sigh* loved that page… ENJOY!
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Remember Farewell Reginald? That amazing caper I self published in 2007? Well those of you who fortunately snagged a copy of that sold out masterpiece got to see a page or two that weren’t published online. I don’t see myself ever publishing it again(because I’m lazy and it’s old), so with the magic that is the interweb, here are some of the images that were only available in print. The dramatic end to the story, inside and outside cover illustrations and just for kicks, the front cover. I forgot about the subtitle. As you can tell I was quite the fan of grainy photocopy textures. Funny fact about that comic page, it links Farewell Reginald to The legend of Dorian Sanchez. Firstly, there is the original inspiration for Dorian Sanchez’s design, an eye patched, sleezy version of myself. Also, there’s the first instance of how Reginald appears in the Dorian Sanchez comic. *sigh* loved that page… ENJOY!
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Remember Farewell Reginald? That amazing caper I self published in 2007? Well those of you who fortunately snagged a copy of that sold out masterpiece got to see a page or two that weren’t published online. I don’t see myself ever publishing it again(because I’m lazy and it’s old), so with the magic that is the interweb, here are some of the images that were only available in print. The dramatic end to the story, inside and outside cover illustrations and just for kicks, the front cover. I forgot about the subtitle. As you can tell I was quite the fan of grainy photocopy textures. Funny fact about that comic page, it links Farewell Reginald to The legend of Dorian Sanchez. Firstly, there is the original inspiration for Dorian Sanchez’s design, an eye patched, sleezy version of myself. Also, there’s the first instance of how Reginald appears in the Dorian Sanchez comic. *sigh* loved that page… ENJOY!
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Remember Farewell Reginald? That amazing caper I self published in 2007? Well those of you who fortunately snagged a copy of that sold out masterpiece got to see a page or two that weren’t published online. I don’t see myself ever publishing it again(because I’m lazy and it’s old), so with the magic that is the interweb, here are some of the images that were only available in print. The dramatic end to the story, inside and outside cover illustrations and just for kicks, the front cover. I forgot about the subtitle. As you can tell I was quite the fan of grainy photocopy textures. Funny fact about that comic page, it links Farewell Reginald to The legend of Dorian Sanchez. Firstly, there is the original inspiration for Dorian Sanchez’s design, an eye patched, sleezy version of myself. Also, there’s the first instance of how Reginald appears in the Dorian Sanchez comic. *sigh* loved that page… ENJOY!
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Remember Farewell Reginald? That amazing caper I self published in 2007? Well those of you who fortunately snagged a copy of that sold out masterpiece got to see a page or two that weren’t published online. I don’t see myself ever publishing it again(because I’m lazy and it’s old), so with the magic that is the interweb, here are some of the images that were only available in print. The dramatic end to the story, inside and outside cover illustrations and just for kicks, the front cover. I forgot about the subtitle. As you can tell I was quite the fan of grainy photocopy textures.
Funny fact about that comic page, it links Farewell Reginald to The legend of Dorian Sanchez. Firstly, there is the original inspiration for Dorian Sanchez’s design, an eye patched, sleezy version of myself. Also, there’s the first instance of how Reginald appears in the Dorian Sanchez comic. *sigh* loved that page… ENJOY!

Hello. So I was browsing through my archive of work when I stumbled on a bunch of stuff that I adored and stuff I forgot I ever did. I’m gonna start posting stuff over the next day or so, no point in them wasting away on my hard drive.This was a university project I did back in 2005 called manimals. This was a real life that happened, because it was real. I may have posted in around that time, I can’t remember though. Enjoy

Hello. So I was browsing through my archive of work when I stumbled on a bunch of stuff that I adored and stuff I forgot I ever did. I’m gonna start posting stuff over the next day or so, no point in them wasting away on my hard drive.
This was a university project I did back in 2005 called manimals. This was a real life that happened, because it was real. I may have posted in around that time, I can’t remember though. Enjoy

Chop Chop on Flickr.A cell from a comic I made for Ines Estrada’s Gang Bang Bong issue #3! Proud to finally be apart of it as it’s been an on and off affair for the past three years. I’ll post more when its closer to the release date.

Chop Chop on Flickr.

A cell from a comic I made for Ines Estrada’s Gang Bang Bong issue #3! Proud to finally be apart of it as it’s been an on and off affair for the past three years. I’ll post more when its closer to the release date.

sheriff is in town on Flickr.Finally finished. I was on a nostalgic trip after discovering my old TBE pages so I opened up photoshop and did a little homage to it. I left it for around and year before i decided that it has to be finished.   
Sheriff does appear twice in this illustration, both the original design and the current look.

sheriff is in town on Flickr.

Finally finished. I was on a nostalgic trip after discovering my old TBE pages so I opened up photoshop and did a little homage to it. I left it for around and year before i decided that it has to be finished.
Sheriff does appear twice in this illustration, both the original design and the current look.