Comics & SEQUENTIAL ART
Waking up with no memories, two creatures search for meaning within a magical world that seems to know more about them than they do.
Though Ren300 has yet to realize it, she may be the turning point in a war that has raged since the dawn of history. But can she even manage to escape this surreal plateau of biomorphic danger?
Retrieval: A Ren300 Story
This shorter comic functions as a looser prequel to the first chapter of Ren300.
A wordless sci-fi comic featuring giant space tadpoles and astronauts!
To read the complete comic, follow the link below:
Gas-Guzzlers and Grease-Monkeys
Ink on bristol, fall 2017. Done for Living Amongst Monsters, a collaborative zine about urban monsters, created and curated by Avery Storms. (click to enlarge)
A 2 page wordless assignment for a sequential arts class at the Maryland Institute College of Art, shown here in color for the first time.
The Crashlanders was created as a prequel to Lost Slog almost a year later.
A 9-page adaptation of a fascinating and psychotic short story by Francisco Coloane, done for sequential arts class.
(not kid friendly)
My darling project-because psychedelic underground comics are my jam. Check back for more of that jazz...
DUDE, I GOTTA WORK
10 page personal narrative for sequential arts class.
A three layer screen print that doubles as a one-page narrative cartoon.
"THE BOY WHO WENT FORTH TO LEARN WHAT FEAR WAS"
A narrative series in which I illustrate the Brother's Grimm fairy tale by the same title. Featuring two full page digital illustrations and two spots, completed in Fall 2015 for a sophomore illustration class at Mica.
For the rest of the story, go HERE!
For some more out-there narrative based work, check out my series of cross-discipline pieces based on the tale of Marya Morevna.