I've been commissioned to draw American Style comic books consistently since 2002.
Taking work from a couple different sources during that time period.
Translating scripts to scenes on a page, laying out sketches and ideas before going forward with the projects.
I'm adept with several different inking styles, but lean more towards basic black and white and cross hatching above all else.
Depending on what a person wants to see, I can change my style of drawing.
Personal style is always a plus, but different circumstances and situations require different styles of artwork. I like to consider myself to be a versatile comic book illustrator.
I like taking a hands-on approach to comic book artwork rather than a digital one.
What's better than holding a finished product in your hands?
I get paid $40 per page average. 11/17"
Also have also taken work as a fashion/costume designer here and there.