Tuesday, October 3, 2017

New York Comic Con 2017

Come see me at the upcoming New York Comic Con.
 
 I'll be at the NCS booth at the times listed.
I'll be selling the "Cap punches Trump" print, doing custom superhero caricatures, 
and selling some original art.

See ya there! 😀

Wednesday, August 2, 2017

Mad magazine #547

My latest piece for Mad magazine.
"Six Stupid Ways to Celebrate the 40th Anniversary of Star Wars"
In issue #547 - on sale now.  



(Ink and watercolor on 140lb cold press watercolor paper)

Sunday, August 7, 2016

Saturday, August 6, 2016

Captain America punches out Trump

Watercolor and ink on 140lb Cold Press Watercolor paper. 
(Based on "Captain America #1" by Jack Kirby and Joe Simon)

Friday, November 13, 2015

Wyakin Warrior Foundation Guardian Ball poster.

I had the honor of drawing this poster of me and my fellow cartoonists that
are volunteering to help the Boise, ID based Wyakin Warrior Foundation. 

We will  be supporting the Wyakin Warrior Foundation's fantastic veteran's assistance program, doing live drawing and meeting with donors at the annual Guardian Ball at the Boise Center on December 5th.

The Wyakin Warrior Foundation, started by Jeff Bacon with the support of Idaho state senator Marv Hagedorn, directly assists severely wounded post 9/11 veterans as they journey towards personal and professional success, providing networking, mentoring, education, and community outreach, tailored to the individual needs of each member.

It's an absolutely wonderful organization, and I'm honored to be able to take part. If you're in the Boise area, consider joining us for the fundraising ball! You can purchase tickets, read about the Foundation, or make a donation at www.wyakin.org


Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Sunday, May 17, 2015

NCS Reuben Awards predictions

Thank you Hogan's Alley for the kind words.
I have my fingers crossed but it won't be a shame to lose to two guys whose work I admire and consider friends. 

"NOMINEES FOR THE MAGAZINE ILLUSTRATION AWARD: Ray Alma, Anton Emdin and Tom Richmond. Truly a murder’s row of nominees here and one of the toughest categories to call this year. SHOULD WIN: Alma had a brilliant year, demonstrating a wide range of approaches, all of which clicked. WILL WIN: We think Emdin takes this division on the strength of his prolific, lush and simply gorgeous magazine work (including for the Australian edition of Mad magazine), but we won’t be surprised if 2011’s Reuben Award winner (and outgoing NCS president) Tom Richmond ends up on the dais making an acceptance speech (never underestimate the power of Mad magazine)."