The World Prehistory Coloring Book takes you on a trip through deep time. This book chronicles humanity from our first upright ancestors approximately four million years ago to comparatively recent civilizations like the Maya. Unlike other history coloring books we've provided the location of the image, the time period, and an explanatory caption. This book helps you imagine what happened in the past, without having to focus on the methods that archaeologists use to uncover the past.
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New from Airship 27 Productions are twelve interior illustrations for a new series titled Marty Quade which is based on a classic pulp private eye who appeared in Ten Detective Aces in the 1940’s.
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As a kid from the 80's, Saturday morning and afternoon cartoons were just part of being a kid. I was one of the lucky ones who just couldn't get enough. G.I.JOE was my obsession from 1982 - 1987. Drawing these characters today takes me back to those treasured days of the G.I. Joe afternoon cartoon, their Marvel Comic run and of course the Hasbro toy line that I couldn’t get enough of.
Here’s a 10 page sample set of sequential pages for G.I. JOE. It’s a play on G.I. JOE’s run of Special Missions. My series is titled G.I.JOE Backyard Missions. The Backyard Missions title stems from the idea of just playing around as if I were a kid again in my backyard with my Joe’s letting the stories run free. The first story, B.A.T.S. All Folks is written and drawn by myself.
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I typically work with old school 8 & 16 Bit video game characters. If you have a favorite character and would like for me to create a piece for you just contact me through the site and we can discuss design, size and price.
All these sketches are drawn on some sort of scrap paper that I’ve found. From mailers to manila envelopes to scraps of magazines. The idea of using whatever comes your way and getting different types of paper is the fun of it. Sometimes drawing pad paper feels like there is too much at stake. With scrap paper I feel like there is zero pressure, plus your upcycling something you would have tossed.