Monster Monday- February 17, 2014


Spent Saturday night sitting in my favorite chair sketching and this troll appeared on the paper. He isn't for any project I'm working on but more as a relaxing drawing because is a contained idea so I don't have to think of how it will 'fit' in a world I'm building. But this troll is not for nothing, he may appear in my sketchbook I'm producing for convention season. The book is 32 pages, magazine size and going to be professionally printed. I've created about 22 pages so far and am liking the way the book is turning out. If there are any left over books from conventions in April, I'll have them available online for purchase.


Monster Monday- December 23, 2013



With Christmas a few days a way, I thought it would be a good time to draw everyone's favorite Yule time demon sidekick of Saint Nick... Krampus. For those who don't know, in eastern European tradition Krampus travels with Saint Nick, while he gives children the treats, the bad children have to deal with Krampus. He beats bad children with his bundle of sicks and the most terrible children are carried off in Krampus' basket to hell. Krampus is not seen as 'bad' character. His purpose is to scare children into being good, similar how children are told if they are naughty Santa leaves them coal. On December 5, many towns have a Krampus parade. Each person carves their own wooden mask with real horns and covers themselves in hide of animals. They scare children while being given alcohol as they march. In the past few years Krampus has grown in popularity in America and maybe he will even join Santa on his journey in the next few years.