Sunday, May 27, 2012

nutcase brew

I think you know where this is headed. When someone says "trust me", lookout!
Hope Y'all are having a Nice Memorial Day weekend. The weather here is Vegas has been unseasonably cool, but monday we go back to the 90's! Well, this is how I have spent my weekend to some degree, making you this lovely page.
Even though I wrote this story months ago, I'm thinking of inserting A Zombie at the end of this issue. I mean besides the Ware-Wolf. A Zombie who wants to take advantage of - what's going to happen between this issue and the next.
Enjoy & Survive!

Saturday, May 19, 2012

Time To Die!!

Billy can be temperamental, but this time he really might have a screw loose!
In other news, I have thought about it and I'm going to split this ware-wolf story into 2 issues so it can go to print sooner. Plus, I have signed up for a table in artists alley at the upcoming Vegas Valley Comic Book Festival on 11-3-2012,  which is held at the Clark County Library on 1401 E. Flamingo Rd. and I want to be certain to have a book ready since Garvin said he would be there if I had a new book finished. I mean you would want to meet the man who inspires the character of Billy wouldn't you? Garvin Lee is an independent film actor who is actually on IMDB. This will be my first time tabling and I'm both really excited and really intimidated. Though, I actually was behind a table once back in the 90's at a Trek Convention where a buddy was trying to sell Enterprise phones. Never sold one, but I met someone who actually was a Borg and I won the costume contest with my Borg costume. So, we didn't make a dime, but it was a blast!

Saturday, May 12, 2012

Saturday, May 5, 2012

ROWRR! Ware-Wolf Attacks

'Ware-Wolf attacks! ( in full color) I wanted this to be abstract and vague since it is based on Billy's recollection of what happened. I did this in pastel. It was a blast to be so expressive and loose.
Free Comic Day today! Last year I blew over 100$, this year only about $30. I passed up alot I wouldn't have last year. A year's collecting experience will do that. The thing I spent the most on was Death Of Spiderman issues. Also scored a few MacFarland spidey's. Also passed out a few of my Smithee Business cards and talked to some artists. I walked up to the table at Alternate Reality and asked if they were all local artists,( they said yes, except for Rick Tucker who said he used to be from Vegas), then I said "so am I!" Then I introduced myself and gave them my card. Check out my Facebook Page for more.