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Logo-ago-go



I love Logos. Trying to find a simple way to represent a company can ber very challenging. And the ones I tend to enjoy the most, are hand penned, not just a font. But often, the right type face screams at you. Type is an amazing graphic element.


Mascots!


I have been working on a variety of sports mascots for Prep Sportwear.
Lots of em, but these are some of my favorite ones. You can check a sample of how they are used over
at their site.
Very fun project that I am having to find that line between too goofy and too serious.

Westview Church


Just wrapped up a logo for a new church in San Diego. My brother in-law has a gift for church planting, so a benefit for me is, I get to do his logo. Very nice symbiotic relationship.

More Wizards of the Coast



I really had fun working on this series. Starting out in illustrator and adding all the texture in Photoshop. For me, this was a great way to find freedom from my bold thick outlines.

© Wizards of the Coast LLC





Several months back, I had a great opportunity to work on some illustrations for a book coming out now from Wizards of the Coast for the Dungeons & Dragons line. I was very excited, as I used to buy D&D books as a kid just for the art. So when the AD there asked me if I wanted in, hellz yeah. My “style” does not fit the normal D&D wold, but Jon, the AD wanted to try an new approach. SOmething never done before. So he gathered up a few out of the norm illustrators for the project. I am happy and thankful to be one of them.

It has been VERY hard for me to not post them till publication. So if you are near any major book store, look for it. Three more spots coming, so check back!

© Wizards of the Coast LLC

Wizards of the Coast


Several months back, I had a great opportunity to work on some illustrations for a book coming out now from Wizards of the Coast for the Dungeons & Dragons line. I was very excited, as I used to buy D&D books as a kid just for the art. So when the AD there asked me if I wanted in, hellz yeah. My “style” does not fit the normal D&D wold, but Jon, the AD wanted to try an new approach. SOmething never done before. So he gathered up a few out of the norm illustrators for the project. I am happy and thankful to be one of them.

It has been VERY hard for me to not post them till publication. So if you are near any major book store, look for it. Three more spots coming, so check back!



Here is the book!