Old cover art.

Since I’ve been revisiting this old comic book idea I had, I’ve been digging out pieces of the art I’d done for it.  I still really like the composition of it, but the girl in the middle is being replaced with a short haired red-head.  My style has certainly evolved since this, but it’ still one of my favorites.

Draining down.

Base art for some sketch cards that were never produced.  Based on urban legends and popular myth, the card series was supposed to illustrate different phobias that people held which had worked their way into an urban legend or campfire storytelling.  This was was showing a woman who gets sucked to the bottom of a local pool from the force of the drain.

Rock Giant of Shallow Hills

"The Rock Giants of Shallow Hills were bedtime stories told to children, and legend mentioned in drunken tales around a bonfire.  Cilan never took them seriously, and never bothered to prepare for an encounter when he was out for a bounty.  He tracked the thief into the jagged terrain of the Shallow Hills, whose carbon mines once chugged industry, not a thought in his young mind that he would be encountering a giant, elemental being whose two simple thoughts consisted of eating as much earth and rock as it could, and smashing anything else interrupting the former."