Spec Ops: The Line - comic

While working on 2K Games' Spec Ops: The Line as a concept guy and storyboard artist I was trying to convince them to do a comic series and this is some of the art I did. Going for a parched raw desert visceral vibe.

My Joker

My Joker is a murderous pop-skank.

DH stuff

Inks are old skool with ink and brush

How you is, zombayyy

Avengelyne (Image Comics)

1 of the fill-in pages I did for Avengelyne.


My own comic project written and drawn by me. It's a darker fantasy for mature readers with a more 'traditional' art style. Definitely brought on by my move to Germany both in environment and getting my hands on european comics - art kind of reflects that a bit and veers away from a bit of the american flash. It's like an ongoing exercise to keep up my technical mojo and not just dip into style. Hopefully. Also is published in the franco-belguim over-sized volume format.

Spec Ops: The Line

Hitman Absolution


Island of Doom

Cover for the final book in Arthur Slade's The Hunchback Assignments series

Tribes by Arthur Slade

The cover to the eBook release of Tribes by Arthur Slade.

The Other Elizabeth

The cover art & design for Karleen Bradford's young adult book.

Dust eBook cover illustration

Finally had a chance to break out and play, resulting in some pretty satisfying results. This isn't the final eBook size and format (obviously).

Empire of Ruins book cover illustration

This was a lot of work and a lot of fun. Published by HarperCollins.


Book cover for The Hunchback Assignments

My first really big cover gig with HarperCollins.

Varlet cover

I would rather draw horses over cars any day. I love ink.

The Dark Deeps cover

Young adult novel. Published by HarperCollins. (Canada / Angus & Robertson)


Was William Wallace a Pict?

Dead Heaven: The Sanguine Harbingers

I was going for late 70's heavy metal album art meets Jim Henson. Hells yeah. First book in the Dead Heaven series.

Eve of Infinity

A touch of 80's post-apocalyptic sci fi.


Oil on paper. I painted this in about 3 minutes. Happy accident.

Cape Breton Island

A look / feel piece done while I was working in Nova Scotia on Richard Scarry's BusyTown Mysteries. It was for an animated series which never fully got off the ground. Cape Breton Island is an interesting place. It really does feel like you are on the edge of the world. Pretty though.

Air battle

A promo piece for Nimbly Games' Altitude game. For those of you who remember playing old school Sopwith on your Tandy in the 80's, it's like that, only turned up to 11.

The Ictineo

A cut away gate fold used in The Dark Deeps (Random House / HarperCollins).

How it happened...

Saskatoon Broadway Bridge

From Windows an upcoming graphic novel written by performance artist Joe Frank. I was living in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan while doing the art on this book and used a lot of the landmarks as reference, including this old bridge, which I hear is now closed.


Incubelli's sinister tower

Beowulf & Grendel

One evening while at the Dussmann KulturKaufhaus in Berlin I was thumbing through a copy of Comic Art Now and discovered my art from this Beowulf project featured in the book. It was a pleasant surprise being featured alongside heavies like Mike Mignola (Hellboy), Dave Gibbons (Watchmen) and Chris Ware (ACME).

Still got it

A chilly reliquary

House on the hill

Thumm Quiet