Doughboy – Hope

Doughboy: Dough

Because you were thinking, “man, you know what we need, ANOTHER Obama/Hope poster parody”. Overdone and not timely at all? Sounds right up my alley. I doubt, however, anyone has dared to pay tribute to the greatest comic book character since Arm-Fall-Off-Boy, Doughboy!

Black and White Sketch of Nero

The villain of The Punching Bag and Tex Arkana


Here is a black and white inked sketch of Nero, the antagonist of both of my novellas, The Punching Bag and Tex Arkana. With the Neurological Enhancement Research Operator atop his exposed brain (which is protected by another of his devices, the polymerizer, which renders materials a nigh indestructible plastic), Nero lives up to two supervillain cliches: a brilliant mind bogged down by perpetually scheming, and ridiculous acronyms


Check out his villainous schemes in my ebooks, in Links.

Mass Character Sketch (Black and White)

Mass, dude


I put together this little pen and pencil piece featuring a supporting character from my novella, The Punchin’ Bag. His name is Mass, essentially a ‘roided out giant with ridiculous muscles and a prominent Boston accent. He’s shown here doing two of his favorite activities: flexing and tearing one of his artificially inflated muscles.

Punchin’ Bag Kindle

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The Punchin’ Bag Sketch

The Punching Bag


Here’s a quick sketch I did of the resilient, indestructible yet not invulnerable titular hero of my first novella, The Punching Bag. Michael Kading was an ignominious office worker, but was soon thrust into a world of heroes and villains after being exposed to a mysterious device that rendered his body a super durable polymer. With Smart Alec, The Benefactor and other forces pulling the strings, can Michael find it in himself to stop being life’s punching bag?

Punchin’ Bag Kindle

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My Punching Bag

Whoa, whoa, whoa

Here’s why I leave the artwork to Turner. This is the design I had in my head for The Punching Bag, the titular protagonist of my novella in the Kindle store. The basic principle’s the same, I just have a full head Spider-Man style mask, and I believe the boxing glove is actually reversed in the chest insignia. Either way, I’m maybe par as an artist, and for some reason I felt like drawing him off balance.

The Punching Bag link (only 1.00):