The Urban Sketching book has arrived

The book is finally here. I am incredibly honored to have my work featured alongside some of the best sketchers in the industry. The book is now available via Amazon.


Urban Sketching: The Complete Guide to Techniques

I'm excited to announce that my sketchbook work is included in the newly published Urban Sketching: The Complete Guide to Techniques book, now available on Amazon. Many thanks to the great Thomas Thorspecken for allowing me to be part of this amazing collection of artists.

Reds & Greens

Loose Sketch.


Family Guy style selfie

I don't know why, but I'm having a blast doing some Family Guy style cartooning...here's a selfie! :)


Chungking Express, Singapore Exhibition

I was recently part of a Chungking Express Exhibition in Singapore. This was very exciting as Wong Kar-wai is one of my favorite directors of all time.


T-Shirts, Bags, Pillows, and Framed Prints on Sale

Hey guys,

I have new items on sale via Society 6. There are framed prints, pillows, shirts, and bags to choose from. Hopefully, I'll be able to update more items in the near future, but here's what I got for now.
I also added new prints to my Etsy store, so check that out as well. :)


Cross-Licence Contract Sample for Artists and Writers

If you're an illustrator who stays active across various art forums and social platforms, then you've probably been approached by "comic-writers" dozens of times wanting to collaborate on projects to pitch to potential publishers. More often than not, these so called "opportunities" are nothing but empty promises and it's rare that the writers ever offer any compensation up front.

In rare cases, the collaboration can lead to success, ehm, The Walking Dead, ehm...but the bigger picture isn't quite as simple.

For those that decide to team up with a writer and pursue a collaborative project, here's a neat little sample contract drawn up by a lawyer (courtesy of Ayal Pinkus):