Category — Chalk Art
Even though most of the work I do is indoors at conventions, I still like taking part in mural festivals and street painting events. I was asked to appear at MuralFest recently in Binghamton, NY, and was having trouble deciding on the subject matter for what I should draw.
June 26, 2015 1 Comment
Now this is a piece of art I was proud to make. I was asked to appear at the First Annual AC Boardwalk Con in Atlantic City, where I was to create an Amaznig Spider-Man cover with original art by Skottie Young. I am always excited for a new show, but Mr. Young is one of my favorite artists, and the subject matter of the cover was none other than The Man himself, Stan Lee.
June 24, 2015 No Comments
Hooray, and yet another time lapse video goes live. This time it is for the 3D Batman and Batcave artwork I did at the 2014 Sweet Chalk Festival in Lockport, NY. 2 Days, about 13 hours, 30 mile-an-hour winds, rain overnight, and one finished piece of art that I like very much!
September 12, 2014 1 Comment
Just a few days ago I posted the photos from the Otakon chalk art. Well, now the time lapse video is approved and has gone live, so I get to share it with everyone! I was exceptionally happy with how this piece turned out. The colors are vibrant, the characters look spot on, and I love how the space background turned out.
September 7, 2014 No Comments
I love Otakon, I really do. There, I’ve said it, and I am proud… PROUD I tell you! And what’s not to love? Endless cool costumes, a truly rocking Artist Alley that goes well into the evening and is an event unto itself, rows and rows of great stuff, and more programming than you can shake an Ocarina at.
September 4, 2014 1 Comment
I was asked to appear at the Sweet Chalk Festival in Lockport, NY in August. Since I am known for my superhero chalk art, AND people really like the 3D anamorphic chalk images you see all over the internet, it was requested that I combine to two. So I created an original illustration of a broken street revealing the Batcave, as well as a very surprised Batman underneath.
September 1, 2014 No Comments
August 27, 2014 No Comments
One of the things I love about Skottie Young‘s artwork is that it is so different from what everyone thinks successful comic book art needs to look like. It has style out the whazoo, is cartoony in a time when cartoon books aren’t popular, has amazing line work, and has a crazy simplicity where the shapes and design do all of the heavy lifting. It is beautiful stuff, and coming from a cartooning background myself, I have always admired his work.
July 8, 2014 No Comments