Tuesday, March 1, 2016

ZONE 2016

ZONE • 2016

Ink and white pencil on toned paper.
Done for some of my third year students at The Kubert School.

Thursday, January 7, 2016

ZONE Again

Pitt Artist's pen • 1/7/16
Done in a student's sketch/autograph book.

Saturday, September 26, 2015

As part of September's childhood cancer awareness month, the objective was to fill Facebook with pictures of superheroes. If you liked someone's post they assigned you a superhero and you were to make that hero your profile picture. I got Aquaman (sigh) and the marvelous Kevin Somers liked my post and I assigned him Shade The Changing Man. Shade was originally created by Steve Ditko in 1977 and was later revamped in the 1990's by Petter Milligan and Chris Bachalo, it was this later series that I read and enjoyed.

Rather than just find a picture of Shade on the internet Kevin drew this image and gave Shade a ZONE shirt.

Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Friday, May 23, 2014


Pencil and Pitt Artist pen. Drawn on the train.

This was drawn on the train ride home from the 2014 graduation ceremony for The Kubert School.
I guess this is my little bit of inspiration for them to leave the nest and go further.

Monday, February 17, 2014

Long Time Gone

This is a panel from an upcoming two page story to be published in Eric Schock's final issue of ASH-TRAY COMICS.

ASH TRAY COMICS is an anthology published by Evil Robo Productions: Evil Robo Productions
and http://www.evilrobo.com

Eric is a 2006 graduate of The Kubert School and as far as I know lives and breathes comics: The Art of Eric Schock

This is the first time ZONE narrative pages will appear in process color.

The two page story is taking ZONE in a direction I've been contemplating for a while and this story is inspired by The Pines, a poem by Robert W. Service.

Sunday, April 21, 2013

Dreaming of ZONE

Pitt Artist pen and colored pencils - 2013

This was done in a student's sketchbook last week. I really like how ZONE and the little creature worked out, the woman, not so much. I added the woman because when I asked the student if his sketchbook had a theme the class sort of laughed and they explained that is was developing into one with a bunch of nudes. Never one to shy away from drawing naked people I tried to figure a way to work ZONE in. I originally was drawing the woman in a much more stylized fashion, I don't know when I went wrong.

So maybe this is my character Ultra, years later, thinking back to when she met ZONE.