I’d like to share with you, my desk. This is where I’ve worked and completed all the pieces in my current series. If I waited for the right conditions to work nothing would ever get done.You have to work with what you’re given and make the best of it.
I recently donated this piece to the kids at Sandy Hook Elementary and thought it would be great to share to them. While I understand this isn’t a comic, the whole piece is about my love for comics and is filled with small refrences to what got me into comics in the first place. And the girl in the piece is the main character to the comic I’m writing at the moment.
One of my best friends, Ian Bertram, asked if I could reblog some of his stuff on my page a while ago and I asked him in return if I could do something even better and draw one of the characters from his comic, Bowery Boys.
It’s a story that takes place in NY around the turn of the century and centers around a small cast of characters. From what I’ve seen of the comic so far, Paully us a character I was attracted to aesthetically the most and wanted to push the design Ian created in a way that I could make feel like my own aesthetic while remaining to the original.