Published on July 11, 2013
Here is the full version of the first volume of my graphic novel Travelogue! Enjoy!
Published on May 6, 2013
These watercolors show some of my favorite surf spots in the world… including the nearly always flat Bay of Saint Jean de Luz and then down the coast to San Sebastian
Published on March 23, 2013
Two more watercolors from the 2013 Mavericks competition. The first watercolor exaggerates the wave quite a bit… while Mavericks can be a bit of a mutant beast…
Published on March 10, 2013
A view from the channel at the 2013 Mavericks contest won by Pete Mel. Two surfers split the peak, but all eyes are on a third surfer that took off deep…
Published on March 3, 2013
A watercolor study of a sunny day at Ocean Beach here in San Francisco. The waves were uncharacteristically clean and small and the longboarding crew was out.
Published on March 2, 2013
Two of my favorite spots in the Basque Country -Bidart Centre and Parlamentia. Watercolors drawn and painted on a cold February day when conditions were perfect for both spots.
Published on February 5, 2013
A portrait study for “New Mexico” that was loosely inspired by a Mark Van Dalen photograph, and specifically by the strange shoulder position of the model.
Published on February 4, 2013
Third drawing for “New Mexico” – a row of mailboxes by the road. In America, mailboxes are an art form. They have personality and always tell a story.
Published on February 2, 2013
Here is a new drawing for “New Mexico” and an opportunity top draw a car I would actually like to own! Why don’t they make them like that anymore?
Published on January 29, 2013
I am starting to draw a story entitle “New Mexico”. It will be structured as a succession of images that reach their conclusion on the very last image….
Published on January 19, 2013
A drawing inspired by a famous photograph of Giants player Brandon Crawford by Chris Humphreys (US PRESSWIRE). Watercolor on Arches paper, 10″ x 14″.
Published on January 14, 2013
A study on lighting that was inspired by my admiration for Milton Caniff and specifically his work and inking in Steve Canyon.