Blog Archives

How do we do it?!

Cody Hagman and I are working on a new project. You’ve seen a few things I’ve been working on for it, but I thought folks might enjoy seeing the steps it takes for us working together.

New advancements in awesomeness

This new ad will be featured in Father Robot #1, but I thought you might like to get a sneak peak here.

Fall Forward is my solo project I’m desperately trying to find time for.  It’s going to be about killer robots and distressed people in space suits.  I’m created a couple of short stories in the Fall Forward world already.  Those were featured in the ongoing anthology student-publication Figments.


At the Printer’s…

Figments, the most amazing comics anthology available anywhere, is currently seeing its 5th issue being printed.  In the meantime, I thought I’d post a little preview from my story from it.

New book out soon.

I’ve been going crazy trying to get ready for my final review of my thesis work.  This includes producing some new material, all the while trying to attend classes, do homework, and act as editor on our departmental comics anthology.  Well, looks like I’m starting to catch up with things.  The new issue of Figments comes out soon, and here’s a sneak peak at my story’s cover.


She-bot in action.

Capetti is damaged but still in the game.  Here’s a quick drawing of her in motion, probably going to smash in some evil robot’s awesome, chrome head.

She’s a ho-bot…

As I polish up character designs for the next story, I’m getting pretty happy with the new look for Capetti.  Originally, I wanted her to be very tough and muscled.  After the reader reaction to the first story, though, I’ve decide to make her more petite, in the hopes that the new look comes off as more “feminine”.  So, here’s a preview of the violent, damaged, robot-chick that is Capetti:

Capetti gets her groove back.

For those of you who follow my sci-fi stories from Figments (go to for more details), you saw the character Capetti lose an arm and part of her face in the last installment.  S’alright when you’re actually a robot. Well, she’ll be back soon, and with a surprise…

Here she is out of armor, getting ready to snap into action.  Or maybe she’s contemplating how nice it was to have all one’s appendages… Anyway, I did this sketch while riding home on the train.  I’m pretty sure I scared the elderly lady sitting next to me.  Mission accomplished.