The Success of Failure 0

  The first time I did a toned drawing… it sucked. And I’m not talking about some distant point in the past, back before I wrote the bestselling The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Drawing. I’m not talking about when I was in art school. Because I never attended art school. In fact, I’ve never had […]

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A Day with the Dead 0

Returning from my wild success at East End Studio Gallery in Houston, I was delighted that they asked me to submit something for their next show — Dia de Los Muertos. Day of the Dead. I’d seen the style of art before, and, in fact, my good friend Julie Zarate had done an entire series […]

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Austin Comic Con! 0

Had the great pleasure of attending Wizard World’s Comic Con in Austin this past weekend. This was the first time I was selling prints of my art and I was just humbled and overjoyed at the response. Things really kicked into high gear on Sunday when I brought my watercolor setup and went about finishing […]

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Lovecraft’s Tie 0

Last night in Houston, Texas, I attended my very first art show. Or, rather, I attended an art show where pieces of mine were hanging on the wall. To say it was an amazing experience would be an understatement. The show was called “Love, Lovecraft,” and it was held at the EastEnd Gallery in Houston. […]

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