The left image was going to be the original cover to the video game before Acclaim went bankrupt. The other pages was for another Red Star issue that never got finished.
Run Makita Run was right about the time I got a new Wacom tablet. Although I had already worked with them while an instudio artist working for other companies, my at home studio set up was lacking. And up to … Continued
Now these pages are those special pages that drove me extra crazy and consumed much more time then I should of ever gave a page. Again, really it’s in context to the time needed because of the limitations of … Continued
This was the very last thing I worked on. It was San Diego Comic Con 2005 and up till that point we didn’t do anything Red Star related that year. So I offered to do the two banners on the … Continued
I remember slaving over this one. Today, with my experience and how much faster computers are, I probably would of spent less time to get it to this point…thing is, I’d probably take more time just to evolve it further. … Continued
This is another example of how my designs were needed in order to complete and visualize the intention of a page. But by the time I got to work on the figure I was burnt. I always remember and can … Continued
This page was more involved then the usual amount of work needed. Which was already more then your average comic book page. Because this page revealed another dynamic of the world. The Holographic Interface. That had to be designed. … Continued