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Critical
Critical

"The creature wields a well-worn battle axe and advances toward you with blood lust glowing from deep-set black eyes. Whatcha gonna do?" Says the DM before taking a hearty bite of barbecue chicken pizza. 
"I grin threateningly and raise my staff muttering the ancient words to cast fireball." you say and raise your dice in clutched fist. 
With a flourish, your d20 skitters across the Formica tabletop almost leaping to its death to floor below. There it is, nearly glowing from the small triangular face staring defiantly toward the heavens. The coveted natural 20. Critical hit. "The monster is instantly engulfed in an unholy flame that incinerates his flesh and leaves a charred skeleton standing there incredulously before collapsing to the blackened dirt." There is much rejoicing and fluorescent green sodas are lifted to salute your victory.

Critical Hit
Critical Hit

"Ok go ahead and roll to attack."
Your d20 goes bumbling across the scarred tabletop and you look on anticipating the merciless smack down you're about to lay. It comes to a stop. Your eyes widen. Your friend snickers to your right. It's... a one. "NO! Crap! What?!" You sputter.
"Oohh dang..." Says the DM semi sympathetically. "Your sword makes a glittering arc but gets tangled in the chain of your enemies' morning star. Sparks fly as the beautiful blade snaps like a dry branch and your lurch backwards on your back, stunned." "I hate this game." You mutter. You lie.

Robin Hood Poster
Robin Hood Poster

Ink on Britstol
Digital Color

The Lookout
The Lookout

Three color, water-based screen print on Arches.

A sentinel for the changing of times.

Wrestling the Beast, Ahead at Least
Wrestling the Beast, Ahead at Least

Polyester Lithograph.

A Letter to you from the Treacherous Blue
A Letter to you from the Treacherous Blue

Three color woodcut on rice paper.

My Soul to Set Free, Earth's Eyes are on Me
My Soul to Set Free, Earth's Eyes are on Me

Hand-colored Intaglio print on Arches.

The Creaking Door
The Creaking Door

Two color screen print.

Frogman Fiasco
Frogman Fiasco

Ink on Bristol.

Color in photoshop.

Jealousy
Jealousy

Painted in Photoshop.

Refused Poster
Refused Poster

Last minute commission for the Fillmore.

Homeland- Elements of Chaos
Homeland- Elements of Chaos

Painted in Photoshop.

bandb-poster.jpg
IMG_0317.JPG
Grim Games
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Critical
Critical Hit
Robin Hood Poster
The Lookout
Wrestling the Beast, Ahead at Least
A Letter to you from the Treacherous Blue
My Soul to Set Free, Earth's Eyes are on Me
The Creaking Door
Frogman Fiasco
Jealousy
Refused Poster
Homeland- Elements of Chaos
Grim Games
Critical

"The creature wields a well-worn battle axe and advances toward you with blood lust glowing from deep-set black eyes. Whatcha gonna do?" Says the DM before taking a hearty bite of barbecue chicken pizza. 
"I grin threateningly and raise my staff muttering the ancient words to cast fireball." you say and raise your dice in clutched fist. 
With a flourish, your d20 skitters across the Formica tabletop almost leaping to its death to floor below. There it is, nearly glowing from the small triangular face staring defiantly toward the heavens. The coveted natural 20. Critical hit. "The monster is instantly engulfed in an unholy flame that incinerates his flesh and leaves a charred skeleton standing there incredulously before collapsing to the blackened dirt." There is much rejoicing and fluorescent green sodas are lifted to salute your victory.

Critical Hit

"Ok go ahead and roll to attack."
Your d20 goes bumbling across the scarred tabletop and you look on anticipating the merciless smack down you're about to lay. It comes to a stop. Your eyes widen. Your friend snickers to your right. It's... a one. "NO! Crap! What?!" You sputter.
"Oohh dang..." Says the DM semi sympathetically. "Your sword makes a glittering arc but gets tangled in the chain of your enemies' morning star. Sparks fly as the beautiful blade snaps like a dry branch and your lurch backwards on your back, stunned." "I hate this game." You mutter. You lie.

Robin Hood Poster

Ink on Britstol
Digital Color

The Lookout

Three color, water-based screen print on Arches.

A sentinel for the changing of times.

Wrestling the Beast, Ahead at Least

Polyester Lithograph.

A Letter to you from the Treacherous Blue

Three color woodcut on rice paper.

My Soul to Set Free, Earth's Eyes are on Me

Hand-colored Intaglio print on Arches.

The Creaking Door

Two color screen print.

Frogman Fiasco

Ink on Bristol.

Color in photoshop.

Jealousy

Painted in Photoshop.

Refused Poster

Last minute commission for the Fillmore.

Homeland- Elements of Chaos

Painted in Photoshop.

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