For those interested in prints, select images are available through IMAGEKIND. It's a great place to order customized prints by the type of size and paper or canvas you choose. They also offer framing services.
Other sites like REDBUBBLE and TEEPUBLIC have select designs available as T-shirts, mugs, and other merchandise.
For signed prints, select limited pieces are available on eBay. These tend to cost more, as I sign and number these personally, and they're limited to a certain number of copies.
A few original paintings and drawings are available for sale, and I've listed them below. They appear here in their final form, many with some digital adjustments/flourishes, but I can provide photos of the originals upon request, and pricing is negotiable. Please email me if interested.
Pencil and gouache on paper, with digital coloring.
18" x 24"
Time to be Daring! Dirk's pose here relied on a patchwork of different source elements from the DRAGON'S LAIR comic book, drawn by Fabio Laguna. It's only fitting that I give credit where credit is due.
Oils on canvas board, with digital elements and addition in acrylics.
24" x 36"
Inspired by the famous Star Wars "Circus Style" poster by Drew Struzan and Charlie White III. More on this image can be found on the ART TECHNIQUE page.
Acrylics & colored pencil on paper.
18" x 24"
This art remains one of my personal favorites, and I gave a print to animators Don Bluth and Gary Goldman.
It's been featured within The Hollywood Reporter (accompanying an article about the NIMH remake), and, more recently, Intrada's 2015 remastered edition of Jerry Goldsmith's score.
While at Disney I rendered this into a 3D comp in After Effects. Go to my ANIMATION page to see it.
Acrylic on canvas
24" x 30"
I revisited my 2001 painting for a special gallery exhibit of Harry Potter artwork -- only this time the project took far, far longer than a week to finish! Inspiration taken from Annie Leibowitz photo of actor Daniel Radcliffe set against backdrop inspired by Maxfield Parrish's Ecstasy (1929).
Acrylics and colored pencil on board, with digital elements.
This was my original concept for the DVD cover and poster. It was later modified significantly.
Acrylics and pencil on board.
18" x 22"
I'd feel better about this piece if I didn't hate the movie so much.