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My online store account for art prints.


Society6- Online gallery and store for artists

AIGA - American Institute of Graphic Arts

Jakprints - Print & Apparel company in Cleveland, OH

Creative Commons

Society of Digital Artists

Mischief- freeform sketching app

Clip Studio Paint- Manga creation app

Wacom, Inc.-Tablet manufacturer

Sketchbook Pro- drawing app

Moleskine-Sketchbook company


Abhishek Singh- Illustrator

Phoenix Tree Publishing-Cullen Nolan

Hi Fructose magazine

Shawn Barber - Artist

The Marquis by Guy Davis

Audrey Kawasaki - Illustrator

Katsuhiro Otomo - Illustrator

Katsuya Terada - Illustrator

Jean "Moebius" Giraud - Illustrator

Roberto Ferri - Fine artist

Yoshitaka Amano - Illustrator

Tomer Hanuka - Illustrator

Back to Frank Black- Millennium fan site


Vermont Fencing Alliance- Fencing club site

United States Fencing Association-National HQ


New Book project coming up

Say what?

You read that right. Now that it's December, I'm now in the motions of working with Cullen Nolan on his new manuscript which relates to current events of the world but in the future where terrible things happen. Military action against one nation, viruses gone amok, earthquakes abound, meteors crash, and so much more to bear witness to. And lastly, zombies.

Besides the Spy On The House Of Fitzwalter, this new book will allow the author to explore new themes and ideas. Currently, the front cover illustration for the new book is in its early stages as we hope to get it ready by early next year. I'll have more updates on it soon!


Published book cover

For the last few years, I've been assisting an independent author by the name of Cullen Nolan who runs Phoenix Tree Publishing and have been hard at work illustrating a front cover back in 2007. The story is mainly historical fiction that explores the Knights Templar mythos and the famous events surrounding King John and the Magna Carta. As a Templar afficionado, I'm quite proud of what Cullen has achieved in his work and has recently completed the manuscript into a digital book on Amazon at first.

Then, the next phase was to produce a tangible item that all of us can hold onto and look at with appreciation. Russ McIntosh, a former small press comics editor I worked with years before, has done a remarkable job on the cover design and it truly shows the wonderful use of composition and typography interlaced with the border.

As of this month, Cullen sent me this huge paperback that has finally come to fruition and I'm quite stoked to see my work on the cover. But it's not the end of the story as we plan to do another book cover for another story as well as one other manuscript project Cullen is working on.

I can't wait to get medieval again.


Art of Horror show

I have been informed that three of my graphite pieces that has never before seen by others will be, for the first time, showcased at The SPACE Gallery in Burlington, VT under the theme "Art of Horror" on October 7th, 2011 during the First Friday event. The Art of Horror explores the concept of decay, mental depravity, bloodletting and various subject matter. The pieces will be for sale there brokered by the gallery curators themselves.

It's the first show I've had in a long time since 2008 and I'm quite excited about it. It's going to be an interesting October.

For more information, they have an event Facebook page.

Also, the SPACE Gallery is also a great place to look into.

(Here are the original graphite pieces that will be put up for sale at the gallery.)

UPDATE: The artwork depicted on here are in the Gallery section on this site.


Studio Inner Sanctum Reborn

Welcome to my newly revamped website, courtesy of SquareSpace. Those guys have been nothing but fantastic with their customer service and I could'nt have been more pleased.

Originally, my website has been created by the Adobe GoLive engine for many years from the old Power Macintosh. Unfortunately, as it has aged, the inability to update remotely has been a set back due to the fact my one year old iPad did'nt have the proper app for it, nor would authoring a page made from GoLive be possible in that manner. There was no way to import GoLive pages to update on another authoring application via the new desktop that I recently purchased more than a half a year ago.

Henceforth, a simplified and cleaner interface to cut to the chase was the intended goal. An old friend of mine, who works in the creative industry, mentioned SquareSpace and I thank him for it.

From time to time, I will be blogging something and updating my Gallery page when there is new content. Please do feel free to look around and if you wish to reach me, just contact me in the ABOUT page.

Studio Inner Sanctum hath now arisen from the ashes.

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