Friday, July 23, 2010


At SDCC I'll be sending out Tweets just before my signings and such. If you're not following me yet now's the best time ever: Follow Me! See ya there!

Thursday, July 22, 2010

Love Conquers All!

I have a new painting in the Love Conquers All show at Think Space GalleryAugust 7th through the 28th. 20% of the proceeds of the show will be donated to Equality California

My piece is titled "True Love" Acrylic on wood. Painted on a 9"X12" wooden box frame. I love these, making or finding the right frame has always been trouble for me, this way it's out of the equation. I won't be attending the opening, but there will be many other cool artists showing. Enjoy!

Friday, July 16, 2010

SDCC 2010!

All right, I finally have my Comic-Con appearance schedule. For all of you that will be there next weekend I hope to see you. Sat the 24th I’ll be at the Munky King booth #4539 @ 4 pm signing the new OMI custom mask.

Sunday the 25th @ 11 am I’ll be at the Dragatomi booth #3848 Signing my Angry Clobber Monkey vinyl. This will be my first time signing the Clobber Monkey at Comic-Con! Then at noon I’ll be doing some live sketching at the Sketch Theatre booth #5563 an amazing web production where you can see videos of some of the most popular contemporary artists drawing in time laps video. Check back for more updates. See ya next weekend!

Thursday, July 15, 2010


Munky King has created a new blind box sensation the Omi. Inspired by Asian Opera masks the Omi will have an artists series release as well as a DIY version. I had the pleasure of sculpting the mask as well as being a part of the Series 1 collection.

I'll be at Comic-Con Sat the 24th 4pm at the Munky King Booth #4539 I'll be posting a couple more SDCC happenings in the next couple days.

Wednesday, July 14, 2010


The first thing is to take the design and make a rough sketch of the pose and get an idea of the size. I want the finished sculpt to be roughly 6 to 7 inches tall at it's highest point. The hamburger should end up being a bit higher then the head for a more grand animated pose. I traced over the smaller image in the top of the comic page, since it was partially cropped I just guessed the missing parts. I think it will look nice if the cape sweeps around behind him.

With this pic I'll take some of the real features from the Randy face and incorporate them into the caricature. Most times for me it's better not to over sketch and work details out in the sculpt. Next we start slinging some clay!

Wednesday, July 7, 2010


For those of you who listen to the Pretty Good Podcast are familiar with Gina & Randy and Randy's Mr Fast Food Segments. Matt Marikian created a comic art piece of Randy's alter ego. Being that I'm a big fan of the PGP and love a challenging character sculpt. I offered to make a sculpture of MFF for Randy and let the PGP fans get a step by step peek into the process of turning a 2 dimensional piece of art into a 3D sculpt. Creating a articulated figure of MFF would be a major undertaking. For now I can do one excellent original sculpt. I'm getting started and I'll post the first steps before the week is up.

Sunday, July 4, 2010


Here it comes, July 10th. I received the email flyer for the auction and it features the Masks by Paul Frank, myself and Fawn Gehweiler. Very cool.