ArtworkSome of my artwork in various media (oil paints, chalk and charcoal) are featured below. Click on any image to enlarge it.
This is a portrait I did of my friend Phil as one of his roll playing characters. I did this up for him for his birthday this year. The interesting note is that the sword in the picture is actually something he owns as well.
This is my rendition of a piece done by Howard Chander Christy. It circulated in one of our local papers around the end of, I believe, the second world war.
This is a piece I did out of Gallery Glass. For those who don't know what it is, it is a paint that dries to resemble stained glass, remains flexible and self adheres to smooth surfaces.
Medium: Gallery Glass
I did this piece as a gift for very dear friends of mine.
You may know him from his website: www.GlassGiant.com
Another less than popular comic book character. I really don't know why, but I do like this villain. I got to like this guy during the Infinity gauntlet series.
Big bad villain reaching Omnipotence, and STILL loses.
Medium: Ink and Pencil
This is a portrait of my brother, Owen. I drew this originally in pencil then did it in India Ink. I used his grade 11 school picture as a reference.
Medium: Pencil and Ink
I know that many people either don't know who he is, but I really liked the comic book series of his.
This was a very recent project, as you might be able to guess from the date on the bottom of the heart. This was made for a wedding, I work with the mother of the bride and she asked if I would be interested in making a sign up that could be used behind the head table or on the front. Cutting out a piece of MDF for the shape, I wanted to make it look like an older tattoo. I wish Tim and Angela all the best in their future together.