Feel passionate about the industry and craft you are working in, and it will ultimately show through to the audience viewing it. Putting in 10-12 hours each day at the table inking isn't uncommon, so you better enjoy it.
Stay committed to being consistent on meeting deadlines and producing a great polished final product for the client.
Attention to detail and the techniques being utilized are key to completing the objective at hand to the best of ones ability. Never become complacent, and always continue to add new tools and methods to the arsenal which will help elevate the work to the next level.
Every time I receive a new comic book page, cover, or commission from the penciler to ink, it’s akin to opening up a present during Christmas. The joy of having something creatively fresh and new to dive into each day is the fuel that continues to drive me toward constantly improving my technique and ink work over time.
I have been able to work on various comic projects for multiple publishers including cover ink/finishing work for DC (Punchline), IDW (TMNT) (TMNT: The Last Ronin), Boom (Mighty Morphin: Power Rangers) Image Comics (Prodigy) (Undiscovered Country), Dynamite (Vampirella), Titan Comics (Blade Runner: Origins) Aftershock (Bunny Mask), Coffin Comics (Lady Death) (La Muerta) (Hellwitch) (Lady Satanus), Source Point Press (Ogre) (Franklin & Ghost) (Salvagers) (Dead End Kids) (Yuki vs Panda) (Broken Gargoyles) (Warcorns: Combat Unicorns For Hire) (Samurai Grandpa), Scout (We Don't Kill Spiders), Zenescope Entertainment (Grimm Fairy Tales) (Hellchild) (Day of the Dead) (Escape From Monster Island) etc.
I'm very lucky to be doing what I love as my profession each day, attempting my best to produce something the fans and publishers alike will enjoy for years to come. After all, this job allows me to travel and meet interesting new people all the time. So who knows, maybe we will be able to work together on a new project soon!