Friday, November 19, 2010


"Ninja Prophecy Of Death"
size 27 x 41 inches.

This summer I was approached to handle the makeup FX work on the new action film from Killer Wolf Films. I spent two days in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania; roughly two weeks total on set. Met lots of great people and had an great time overall.
I had designed a poster for the film prior to this one. But it wasn't nearly as eye catching as this one. Normally, I don't like to toot my own horn about my work. However, I think is one of my strongest poster designs yet.
Hopefully, this will be the face of this movie. Once it leaves my e-mail however, it's out of my hands. *Fingeres crossed*

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

The Mummy

The Mummy
Size 11x14 inches.

Sunday, November 14, 2010

The Bride and Her Monster.

The Bride and Her Monster
Size 11x14 inches.

Saturday, November 13, 2010

The Phantom.

Continuing my series of famous monsters.
Size 11x14 inches.

Monday, October 25, 2010

I was a Teenage Werewolf print.

This has been one of my favorites of the B-movie genre for a long time. I wish I would have done a print of this character sooner. But anyway, here he is.

Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Zombie Carnival Poster.

I got a phone call around 8:30 one night from Marty asking me if I would do the poster for a bar crawl happening in October. There will be four bars participating in it and all of the proceeds benefit MECA.
I only had one night to accomplish it. I started work at 9pm and ended around 3:30am. I think this is one of my best designs as of late.
So, if you are a bar hopper and you have a few friends who are the same; this might be something you would want to look into.

Sunday, August 15, 2010

Saturday, August 14, 2010

And another.

New Print.

Found this drawing in my binder today and decided to finish the print. I tried a different shading method in photoshop with this one. Just by basically lassoing random parts and turning the brightness down.

I'm digging this one a lot.

Friday, July 16, 2010

Eerie Horror Film Festival 2010

It's getting to be that time of year again for the Eerie Horror Film Festival. I really enjoy this show and I attend every year. It's the perfect place to make contacts and meet people who have the same interests in the horror film genre.
I hope to be giving another seminar this year as well as having a table to sell my goodies. If so you won't want to miss it. The fest also has some great guests coming this year that I am really looking forward to meeting for the first time.

Here is the link to their main page. Go check it out if you haven't yet.

Friday, June 11, 2010

Frankenstein Wall Mount

When Eric and I started some of our artwork for the Crooked I the owner Marty found an old beaten up Frankenstein half face. Originally Marty just wanted it painted, but it didn't have much detail to paint so I persuaded him and Eric to let me re-sculpt the face and we would all just share in the molding costs and such.

Here he is. The smoke in his mouth was Marty's idea.

Wednesday, May 26, 2010

"Getting weird with it..."

I've been tinkering around with the "Rat Fink" style I used to do in high school. I have a couple more images I have been working on. As of now, these are the two best of the finished pieces. Neither of them have titles yet.

I'm still thinking about this book idea. I'd love to publish a book of prints and mini comics, short stories; whatever I can cram into 80-100 pages. Maybe even some 3-d images...we'll see.

I'll keep posting stuff as I complete it.

New sculpts on the way soon...


Monday, April 19, 2010

New Print!

I wanted to try and mix photos with drawings and photoshop the two into one image. It just sort of ended up looking like a comic strip.
It only took a couple hours once I could decide on the types of images I wanted to show. I am wondering how far I can take this...maybe build an entire mixed media comic book story from this one image.

Friday, March 5, 2010

Goddamn Gallows Show flyer.

This is another flyer I did for a "Crooked I" show on March 16th. A band called "The Goddamn Gallows will be playing. They sound pretty good.

Here is their Myspace

Check them out.

Sunday, February 28, 2010


The "Crooked I" grand opening show was killer. I wish I would have had this done before last nights show because the actual size is simply massive. I won't say it is.

Saturday, February 6, 2010

The Crooked I Grand Opening.

My good friend and tattoo artist Eerie Eric has been telling me about a new rock club/bar opening in Erie on Feb 27th called "The Crooked I". He told me he wanted me to help out with some of the artwork that it may need in the next couple of months, maybe longer.
I talked with the owner Marty yesterday and he asked me to do the poster for it's grand opening show.

Couple hours later...

Here is the finalized poster for the event. I hope to see some of my Erie friends there, it's going to be a fun show.

Thursday, February 4, 2010


I have been on a zombie kick lately, I blame a couple of things for this. Left4dead 1 and 2 and most recently Zombieland being released on DVD. All of this sparked the idea to sculpt my own model kit to sell on

A few weeks later we have this corpse I'm calling patches. Still wrapped in his body bag, he emerges with a hunger for flesh. He has to work extra hard though considering that fact...he has no arms. He was sculpted in a few hours and then molded out of silicone.

I will be selling the unpainted ones for $50.00 and painted ones for $100.00. They are made of a urethane plastic which is mixed in two parts and then just poured into the mold. Minutes later you have a strong plastic version of the sculpt that does not need to be primed to paint.
This may not be his final paint job. This was my first idea, but now that I am seeing photos, I might like to see greenish skin tones a little more. We'll see when I paint another and put them side to side.

Enjoy everyone.

Tuesday, January 12, 2010


I started this sculpture at Celebrate Erie this summer. I was also working on it at one of the Eerie Horror Fest Mall appearances. While he did not take an extremely long time to sculpt, it took me till just yesterday to sit down and finish the paint job.

Here is one of the first photos of my sculpt taken by my friend Renee. This is before I finished building up the ears. The plastic eye forms make him look funny.

The other, is a completed version of the new member to the Monster Mark family..."Erik" It took me around three total hours to paint and air brush him. I am extremely happy with the end result. I hope everyone likes him as much as I do.

Sunday, January 10, 2010

Another print.

I won't tell you where I got the idea for this... But I saw something in my collection that got me sketching again and it just happened. I'm not sure about the background yet. I'll design a new one if it bothers me enough.

either way here it is...

Thursday, January 7, 2010

New Print...again.

After playing a TON of (Left4Dead) over the holiday. I wanted to make an anti-zombie infection print...

A couple cups of coffee and a few hours later...Here you have it.

I'll have a couple prints up for sale on soon.