Year in Geek 2018

From comics to books to live podcast tapings, this was my year in Geekdom. 2018 was crazy for being a geek and here are the highlights of various events I attended, participated in or covered for different media sites, as well as some of my digital drawings. Lots of fun and I look forward to…

2015 Year in Review

A look back at some of my creative, professional and personal high points of 2015.

Brooklyn Brewery Comic Con Brooklyn Defender Beer Launch Party 2015

Last night I attended the launch party of the Brooklyn Defender, a specialty beer made for New York Comic Con by Brooklyn Brewery. The party was co-hosted by New York Comic Con, BB Brew Master Garrett Oliver, and Comic Book Artist Khary Randolph, the designer of this years Defender.  On tap were the usual fair…

Drink and Draw – Brooklyn Brewery Defender

Last night was Drink and Draw NYC, a positive space where artists can come together and sketch a live model. Created and run by comic book artist Khary Randolph, last nights D&D had the distinction of being the 6th anniversary of the get together and also the unveiling of Brooklyn Brewery’s New York Comic Con…

Drink and Draw 5.13.15

Due to technical issues it took me a minute to scan and post some of my favorite sketches from this months Drink and Draw NYC. If you’ve been reading my past blogs, then you know that Drink and Draw NYC is a monthly gathering of artists here in New York’s Lower East Side, were we…

Drink & Draw NYC – 4.8.15

Sketch of model Taneisha Shaw, five minute poses, first round. Every month at Mary O’s in the Lower East Side of NYC, a bunch of artist get together at this cool local pub for shit talking, drinks and drawing. Generally the night starts off with some quick 2 or 5 minute warm up sketches, followed…

Found Sketches

Found sketches from two different Drink and Draws from earlier this year. Its good to clean up.

Drink and Draw NYC 9.10.14

This past week I attended my local Drink and Draw. Celebrating 5 years, this months model was the incredible Apathy Angel. If you’ve never used a live model for your art fix that. This sketch was 20 minute pose, I spent 5-6 minutes just trying to work the angles. Got to draw more live models.