My Stuff


Some 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.
Medium: Acrylic
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.
Medium: Pencil
Dragon Glass
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:
Medium: Acrylic
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.
Medium: Ink
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.
Medium: Acrylic