Do you accept custom work?
Currently, no. But check back later when I’m in the mood. If it’s something incredible, I’ll be more likely to want to work on it and might break this rule.
What is your process?
I start traditionally with bristol board, pencils and pens. When I get a piece the way I want it in the pencil stage, I begin inking in my work. After I have a nice inked in piece, I scan it in at a high resolution and begin layering color in on my Mac with various art programs until I’m happy with it. The inked drawing gets stored in a flat file in my studio and the digital art is backed up for safe keeping. I only do a limited run of fine art prints of each piece, which are signed and versioned by hand.
Do you do work for magazines?
Sure. Only if you pay me a nice sum of money.
Will you donate a piece of art to my charity/leather raffle/fundraiser?
It depends. If the charity is in line with something I think is a worthy cause, I’ll most likely say “yes”. If it’s for a “leather raffle” or some other kind of donation, I have to politely decline that offer. I have to eat, you know.
Do you always do 13″x19″ prints?
Not at all. Actually, I’m always looking for new ways to express myself. I’ve done work for comic books, life-sized paintings and prints, drawn on people’s ass cheeks, and put work on skateboards.
Can I download and print out your work?
Absolutely not! You’re not only stealing, but you are stealing a poor quality copy optimized for web viewing and it’s not how it was intended to be viewed. If I find out where you live, I might burn your house down and cut your pubic hair off with a lawn mower.
Why is you work so expensive? Isn’t it only worth the cost of materials you spent on it?
I would encourage you to go out on the internet and find comparable work that you like and check out the prices for their limited edition prints and originals. You’ll find I’m on the more affordable end. And because I know some can’t afford large, fine art prints – I’ve allowed all of my work to be sold in card sets (5 per pack), any illustrations, your choice for only $20 plus shipping. Art you purchase is an investment.
Will you ever put out a coffee table book or some other collected publication?
Oh, man. I’d love to do that! We’ll have to wait and see on this. I could self-publish but I’m unsure about it. I do have several short stories in various comic books or collected erotica books out there for very reasonable prices.