Drew this recently to help promote my buddy Charlie Fleming's new social networking site for horror fans, which you can find at www.fiendster.net, which I highly recommend you become a part of...if not, I might send a flying demonic skull-headed creature after you to bite your nipples off.
Here it is, in all it's glory, and out now for you to purchase! And while I haven't had the chance yet to hold the final, printed copy in my hands, Gross assured me that it's heavy enough to kill a zombie with.
So I think that this book may end up being more important than the bible, especially if there ever is a zombie apocalypse!
This is an indy flick that my buddy Michael MagGot just put out, and this is the artwork I did with help from my wife Romina (since I'm an idiot and need help with Photoshop...I just like to draw:), for a very limited edition of this anthology flick, originally done for Shock Stock 2011 up in Canada...I think this turned out pretty good.
This is my homeless zombie painting from Art All Night 2009 which I painted with acrylics & intestines on canvas. It's the first ever Art All Night that I participated in & despite not selling this piece there, I was still happy with it.
My buddy Rich Dalzatto owns the piece now, I believe...
Here's the latest illustration I did for my buddy Tim Gross's new book "The Big Ass Book of Gross Movie Reviews" which I here is going to be a gigantic, phone book sized monstrosity of death that you could probably beat somebody up with (although I don't recommend doing that, unless they deserve it:)
I drew up this flyer to help my friend Ed Demko promote his site Blood Type Online, which has some of the best reviews of cult & exploitation films, among other things. And I made this for the 2010 September Horror Realm show depicting Belial because of the awesome Basket Case reunion that happened there.
Designed & drew this to help promote the Zombie Gras Spring Session of Horror Realm 2011. Everything was drawn by hand, including the lettering, which the whole image was colored with Photoshop...no fancy filters were used or any crap like that.