Prints for Sale!

If you’re on my mailing list, you are already aware that I gave everyone a FREE 8×10 (includes shipping) of any art I have published on the website, Instagram, or other platforms. Hopefully, you were one of the many fans who took advantage of that offer!

As I had said to subscribers, I didn’t expect to be in the print business with Moonblimp. However, a friend and a fan recently asked me for one. He’d been watching me develop my art on these projects, and I was humbled. After thinking about it, I decided to see for myself what a physical print might look like. Here is “Eyes Wilhelm” in a frame.

Eyeser Wilhelm 8×10

“Eyeser” is printed on acid-free 100% cotton rag cardstock (96lbs) for a museum-quality feel. I’m doing glossy’s too!

“Radio Head a.k.a Death by Walkman”

After the giveaway, I did launch an Etsy site featuring only the most developed art. It’s a different strategy as most of the art I’ve created so far is for comics, not illustration. That being said, I’ve launched small and will continue to add pieces as I continue to develop the stories and books I have in production. Here’s where you can find the Etsy store:

I have recently added a piece called “The Mask.” He’s a character inspired by the upcoming season but a story character too. Speaking of, perhaps there’s someone in your life that would like a creepy print this Halloween? There are a few in there to choose from, but I’m also running a grand opening sale of 20% off. Subscribers to my newsletter Voyages are getting additional discounts as well.

To Valhalla

No buzzkill intended, but a friend died recently. I would share that she was full of life and would hate for this to be a downer for anyone. I created this tribute art as a way to say goodbye but not forever. I believe this is how she saw herself- a powerful shield maiden who fought to protect her kin. True to her warrior spirit, she approached every obstacle with confidence, determination, and hope. In what would be the final battle, she fought to the last breath, surrounded by friends and family. It falls on those of us who remain to write her saga about who she was, how she loved, and how she touched our lives.

I hope you enjoy the art. More updates are coming to your mailbox soon!

Inchi’s “First Ten”

If you’re subscribed to Voyages then you already heard this but for those who aren’t… After some informal polling of supporters and friends, I decided to postpone the production schedule on 21 Steezy Snuffs to advance Inchi. This story is overdue, and it seems the time has come to get it in your hands!

The good news is I’ve been working hard the last few weeks to blow the dust off the pages in the archive. In addition, I penciled some new ones and brought the ink quality to the bare minimum so I could tell you this.

I’m gifting you the first ten pages right now! But to be clear, they are black and white, the art and dialog are not final, and there are errors. So why do this? I’m hoping that if you read the front end, it will get you excited to want to read more! Plus, it’s always been my plan to bring you along on these voyages. 🙂

A Printers Format Copy

As a reminder, Inchi (ink-e) is an action fantasy based in Venice with a historical twist. Inchi is born of mysterious circumstances and immediately thrust into an ancient dilemma. An eclectic group of cursed humans finds the delicate balance of keeping the peace is now disturbed with Inchi’s arrival.

Originally Done As Potential Cover Art (I have abandoned this!)

The first ten will get you started and I’ll keep you updated as we move forward. Grab your download right now by joining my mailing list.

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The Will-o’-the-wisp is a folk tale present in many cultures around the world. For most people, the only familiarity with this strange and otherworldly being is from Disney/Pixar’s Brave. In Brave, Merida meets the more benevolent version of the Wisp, but the folk tales send us a warning.

Disney/Pixar’s Brave

The Wisp is characterized in at least a dozen ways in as many places around the world. In one version, a man who made a deal with the devil. In another, unbaptized trapped souls attempt to lure people into the water for a chance at redemption. Whatever the interpretation, you don’t want to meet the Malevolent Wisp.

In 21 Steezy Snuffs, I put a new updated twist on the Wisp. As the title suggests, he is not the forgiving kind. I look forward to bringing you this story and many more this spring!


If you like free stuff and you want Artbooks and Comics, I have something for you. I mentioned earlier, MoonBlimp is releasing its first product this spring. I want to keep you in the know, but I’m also aware of how lame joining mailing lists are. So if your willing and interested, I’d love to hear from you, and in exchange, I’ll start by sending you this 3-Page digital! It’s called Voyages, and it chronicles the journey leading up to 21 Steezy Snuffs, the current project.

It’s just one of the many free things I’d like to give to people interested in learning more about MoonBlimp. I’ll send updates and other goodies to you without abusing your trust on the regular.

If you are interested in a copy: Click Here

21 Steezy Snuffs

I know this comes as a shock, but Moonblimp will be releasing a product this spring. 21 Steezy Snuffs is a collection of art and stories centered around death. Murder, to be more precise! Crossing boundaries of serious to satire and genres from gothic to sci-fi, this book has the macabre covered! 21 Steezy Snuffs is currently in production with a scheduled release before summer.

Art from the upcoming release

More details are coming soon, including the best ways to stay informed.

Gruss vom Krampus

In other words, greetings from Krampus. As most kids await Santa’s arrival tonight, many kids know they haven’t been perfect. Some will be hiding under their beds, hoping the Krampus passes them by. Who’s the Krampus, you ask? In folklore, he’s Saint Nicholas’ shadow meant to scare the bad kids while Saint Nick rewards the good ones. His pre-Christian origins make him quite unsettling a figure, but the traditions surrounding the Krampus endured, and so did he.

Kilted Krampus

Without a doubt, Krampus is monstrous. How else do you scare straight the spoiled children? Other than a terrifying appearance, he would leave you a birch rod, or I like to think, a lump of coal. Santa never had time to deal with the bad ones, let alone carry around coal! However, later depictions started to skew him as malevolent, stuffing kids in baskets and carrying them off. Hollywood took it a step further with those quasi-horror films made popular with the 2015 release of Krampus written and directed by Michael Dougherty. Krampus was virtually unknown in North America before the movies but is gaining popularity every year.

This Krampus is no different but Santa looks incredible in a kilt, so why not the Krampus? This art is part of my upcoming project release slated for 2021.

Read more about the Krampus on Wikipedia.

Ebbington’s Pipe

When I posted this on Instagram, the only comment I got was, “Epic herbs pipe.” While that may be true, it’s my vision that it gets stuffed with the old fashioned tobacco that a high brow sophisticate of the early 20th would enjoy. I tend to picture a Hemingway type with this in one hand and a pistol in the other. However, this character has all the superficial evidence to support being a cliche but is, in fact, layered and complex. I can’t do that to him. At least, not entirely. His meerschaum pipe has a surprising history and will present itself in due course.

Eyeser Wilhelm

Recent inspirations have led me back to a project that I abandoned many winters ago. Thinking about it now, I don’t know why I looked the other way. I can’t help but recall some things that Elizabeth Gilbert said in her book Big Magic. I’m paraphrasing, but she talked about how ideas find you and then leave you if you don’t pay attention to them. Perhaps that’s the case here. I’m glad that when it went out into the world, it couldn’t find anyone else. So with great enthusiasm, I present to you Eyeser Wilhelm, a character from the story.

There is much that needs explaining here that will be in due course. For the time being, though, I will leave you with another great wisdom from Elizabeth’s book.

“Done is better than good.”