The Return of Faith and Sheva

The Return of Faith and Sheva

Now that VOID is complete and in your hot hands, we’ve turned our attention to returning Faith and Sheva to their rightful places on your shelf. We’re raising funds to produce hardcover editions of these fantastic graphic novels. They’re currently out of print, so this is the only way to physical copies of them. We … more

Welcome to the Iron Empires

Welcome to the Iron Empires

We are publishing the continuation of Christopher Moeller’s Iron Empires series. Void is the third fully-painted graphic novel set in the gothic science fiction setting of the Iron Empires. These stories take us into a precarious future, where prideful, quarreling human empires stand on the edge of extinction.  Void is set in the Comoran Worlds, where … more

The Veil of Fear

The Veil of Fear

The prophet Ahmilahk was a man, just like every other man. And, like every other man, he was the endless, eternal flame. What made him unique was that, from the moment of his birth, he felt his duality and believed in it. The prophet was born into a universe drenched in fear.   Proud men feared … more

Victorious Drake

Victorious Drake

I set myself the goal of trying to pull off a commercial piece using the approach I’ve been exploring in my personal work (see “Ogygia”, October 2nd, 2010), and this is the result. I’m happy with it, but it took me WAY longer than it should have. The issue for me is that, in my … more

Ajani Goldmane

Ajani Goldmane

In addition to my comics work, I’ve done over 160 paintings for the international gaming sensation Magic: the Gathering.  This most recent piece is of the noble feline warrior, Ajani Goldmane. He will be featured on a special promo card being given away at the 2010 Magic World Championship in Chiba, Japan. If you can’t … more

2010 DC to Pittsburgh Bike Ride

2010 DC to Pittsburgh Bike Ride

I spent 8 days this September biking along the Great Allegheny Passage from Washington DC to Pittsburgh, through gorgeous countryside and (more importantly, for me, less for my girlfriend), the battlefield at Antietam. I tried to do a painting each day during our mid-day break. I have a very limited acrylics paint kit I bring … more

Ogygia

Ogygia

A piece I painted last night.  My eldest child, my daughter Tessa, is off at college and I’m grieving her loss.  Add a couple of beers, and I spent until 5 this morning painting another in my unofficial series of personal pieces. This one is 36″x60″, acrylics on canvas.  Apologies for the iPhone “scans.”