Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Twilight Zone tribute

The classic late '50's - '60's television show created by the inimitable Rod Serling is one of my favorite shows of all time. The stories are still, even by today's standards, incredibly inventive, frightening and profound.

 I am working on a number of covers and key scenes from certain episodes. This is just a sketch of Mr. Smith(Burgess Meredith) from "The Printer's Devil" and a cover for "The Howling Man".


Saturday, May 21, 2011

Big Round Red

these are the thumbnails for a short narrative I am submitting to a sequential art magazine called "Figments". I'll post the finished versions once I am done. The theme for the story is big round red.

I think some of the strongest stories are the one that don't require any words. Bill Watterson of Calvin & Hobbes and David Wiesner are masters of this method. Not that I am comparing myself to either one of those gentlemen.

Thursday, May 19, 2011

this is the finished version...


I apologize for this blog being so barren currently but I aim to change that very soon.
I am Miles, this is my first time doing a blog and I don't know what to do or say so I'm just going to hush up and post some work.

These are some very early roughs for a series I am working on called "Flightless Birds". I am a fan of animals, birds in particular and always kind of felt for the ones that couldn't soar through the sky. So I'm trying to get them up there with the rest.