I Am Quite Popular On Some Street Corners

Well in New Zealand anyway!

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NECON Triple X Flyer Image

The central image is by Edmund Sullivan who illustrated a translation of the Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam by Edward Fitzgerald in 1913.

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New Mausonian Fossil Dragon Specimen Revealed

Late last year , I was contacted by the director of the Mausonian museum if I would be interested in a position in their bone washing department but I had to defer as I was still attempting to exhaust these creative urges that wash over me. He also mentioned that they had discovered a small draconian arboreal flyer which they have named the Leaf Tailed Dragon.

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Magic Card Guest at Boxboro

A couple of weeks ago, I was an artist guest at Star City Games Standard Open held at Holiday Inn in Boxborough, Massachusetts.

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New Zealand Dead Precious Museum Exhibit Illo

I have recently was contacted by the Nelson Provincial Museum in New Zealand.

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Paracyclotosaurus Goes to Washington……….well sorta.

This past week, I was contacted by the Curator of Fishes at the Department of Vertebrate Zoology at the National Museum of Natural History otherwise known as the Smithsonian Institution.

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Best of What the Season Has to Offer To You and Yours!

My 15 Minutes in the British Digital Limelight

A few months ago, I was contacted by Imagine FX magazine. Imagine FX is primarily concerned with digital art which I do but they were interested in showcasing me as someone who still played with dirt and oil on top of wood. Old school, I think it is called.

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Warhammer Concept Art

In the spring of 2007, I was contacted by the people at Electronic Arts do some concept work for Warhammer Online: The Age of Reckoning. It was an exciting opportunity that I readily took up.

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Beneath Ceaseless Skies First Issue Cover

Back in May of this year, I received a commission from a fellow named Scott Andrews. He wanted me to paint one of my very favorite subject matters: ruins.

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