Alex Toth, an illustrator who worked in comics during the 1940's and 50's on titles such as The Flash and Green Lantern, is also known for the storyboard and design work he generated for the Hannah-Barbera animation studio during the 60's and 70's. It is for this latter part of his career that I would summon the powers of darkness to be able to draw as well as he. So distinct, clean, elegant and effortless looking. You don't draw like this without putting in your time at the grindstone. They just don't make'em like Toth anymore. Here is a little taste with links to follow to view some more of his magnificent work!
Buy Some Damn Art has just begun my week long show on their site! These were fun to paint and I am very excited an honored to be one of the first artists to be a part of this awesome online gallery! Thanks BSDA!
here are some photos of these works in progress and our cat kevin:
Buy Some Damn Art has finally opened and they were featured on Design Sponge yesterday! The current show is really great so check them out, they'll be up until Nov. 6th. I'm not sure when my show is going to be yet. Maybe next week? Very soon, and in any case every Tuesday at noon a new show will begin featuring six pieces of original work from one or two artists! I'm so grateful for the opportunity to show here and to be one of the first! Thank to you Kate Singleton and Jennifer Davis for getting me involved!