South of Chicago, North of St. Louis, United States
As an illustrator, I've created artwork for everything from greeting cards to theme park design to roleplaying games and comics. In that time, the highlight has been my work on Athena Voltaire, which earned an Eisner Award nomination in 2005 and was included in St. Martin's "The Year's Best Graphic Novels, Comics and Manga" (2004 edition). I was also nominated for the Russ Manning Most Promising Newcomer Award in 2007 for my work on the series.
Additional comics work includes 24: Cold Warriors (2008), published by IDW and an adaptation of Oscar Wilde's Canterville Ghost for Classical Comics, to be released in 2009.
I love it. I must get a piece done some time. Any characters you love to draw more than others, but don't get a lot of opportunity? I'm a bit of a DC guy myself, but I've also been thinking of a Dejah Thoris from John Carter.
Athena showed up in the stores last week, and then a few weeks before that. More great looking material!
For the record, "A Princess of Mars" is my all-time favorite book. :)
Well then, pencil me in for any character you feel like drawing from that book for the Wizard Chicago convention.
I posted the question asking in the other category, but when I hit entered the message I forgot to include a name.
Got the sketch in the mail . . . it's awesome! Thanks, Steve! It was commissioned for my wife, and she LOVES IT!
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