This is the color version of my illustration for Shannon Lawrence’s excellent short story, “Let’s Play A Game,” which appears in Issue #128 of Space and Time Magazine.
This work is available for publication. If you are interested in using “Poolside Predators,” please contact me at:
This is one of my larger drawings, 11×14″. The copic markers I used to color most of it bled over borders and liquified dried india ink on the witch’s body. Valuable lessons learned here. Anyway, happy Halloween, everyone!
My illustration for J. Monell’s story, “Girl Gone Wrong,” is now out in Space and Time #129.
This work is available for publication. If you are interested in using “Winona Ryder 1994,” please contact me at:
A couple of years ago, I suggested to my friend Jeffrey Thomas that he might use one of my drawings for inspiration to write a story. As it turned out, it became a long story entitled “The Cyclops,” though my drawing encompassed a small part of it. Still, it is a fine, weird and melancholy tale, and I’m proud to have played a small part in it.
You can find Jeffrey Thomas’s work, where this story was serialized, on his Patreon page.
This is the full color version of my illustration for T.L. Huchu’s short story, “Contestant 107”, from Issue 127 of Space & Time Magazine.
She first drew my notice in Peter Jackson’s wonderful tale of true crime, Heavenly Creatures. She subsequently stole my heart in Titanic. In Little Children, she wound up thoroughly owning a part of me.
My illustration for Shannon Lawrence’s chilling story, “Let’s Play A Game” appears in Issue #128 of Space And Time Magazine.