ABOVE: My original black and white artwork for the cover of 1994 Magazine #17.
RIGHT: The published cover, with weird colors by Bill DuBay.
ABOVE: I drew this as a birthday present for my dog, Chanel. She just sniffed it and walked away. Stupid dog.
ABOVE: Development sketch for the animated feature, CONAN: RED NAILS.
LEFT and BELOW: Sketches of Conan and Tascela for CONAN: RED NAILS.
Production artwork from SCOOBY-DOO AND THE ALIEN INVADERS, inked by the young up-and-comer, Mark Lewis.
ABOVE and BELOW: Art samples for the animated series, HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON.
ABOVE and BELOW: More samples for HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON.
ABOVE, RIGHT and BELOW:
Some girls I drew, 'cause you don't need an excuse to draw girls.
LEFT: Alien design for SUPERMAN: LAST SON OF KRYPTON
BELOW: A monster from THE REAL ADVENTURES OF JONNY QUEST.
BELOW: From one of the Scooby videos, god only knows which one.
LEFT: Sketch of an old girlfriend from college. The thing on her shoulder didn't bother me, but her braces were a real turn-off.
RIGHT and BELOW: No excuse necessary to draw robots, either. Robots are cool.
BELOW: The cover to a HYDEE AND THE HYTOPS comic book giveaway. Colors and production by the Wizard of Photoshop, Mark Lewis.
LEFT: A Scooby villain. I'm not positive, but I believe it turned out to be just some guy wearing a disguise.
BELOW: The Hex Girls, from SCOOBY-DOO AND THE WITCH'S GHOST.
BELOW: A rough presentation piece for the old NICK FURY comic. I keep meaning to finish this, but invariably I end up going for a swim in my money bin instead.
ABOVE and LEFT: Models from TOM AND JERRY.
BELOW: A cute puppy from some long-forgotten presentation.
BELOW: This was for a science-fiction detective series, NICK SLADE, written by Lance Falk. I believe the production company went out of business. Too bad -- it could have been a fun show.
BELOW: I think the assignment here was, how many types of dinosaurs can you mash up into one critter? I think there's five or six here.
LEFT: From TONKA JOE. Funny, my old man used to say the same thing to me.
BELOW: Presentation art for CONAN: RED NAILS.
BELOW: A publicity piece for CONAN: RED NAILS.