Art

I create pictures with the stories I do, and sometime for others as well. Sometimes I come up with extra ones, unused ones and sketches. Take a gander at them for yourself. I also do some stuff that isn’t from the books at all!


Also, sneak on over to Joe’s deviantArt page to see the latest stuff. That page gets far more updates than this one does.

 

Look What Video Games Did to My Boy

12/08/2019

The effects the media never talks about!

 

Super Crown Selection

10/02/2018

The 2018 social media fad eventually got to me

 

Your Real Estate Specialists

07/10/2017

You have many choices when it comes to finding a new neighborhood to build your family.

 

Superman's Close, Close Pal

06/26/2015

It’s SUPER-matrimony!

 

Cherry Do-Overs

10/15/2014

Ask your waitress!

 

Shocker Girls Tryouts

12/07/2013

Don’t forget to sign up while there’s still time!

 

Ray's Progression

06/29/2012

Ray's progression - from the book "The Making of the Ballroom Brats" aka "Boyz II Girlz"

 

Office Chemistry Movie

02/19/2012

For those who’ve purchased “Office Chemistry (He’s the Wrong Girl),” you’ll find a series of illustrations of the main character, who finds himself changing day by day. Here’s a line-art movie based on those illustrations.

 

Shisutaabooi Morph

07/09/2011

I did this during a quick bout of writer’s block. Images from the story Shisutaabooi.

 

How to make a comic book...

09/20/2010

…the Joe Six-Pack way!

 

Two Forms of ID

06/22/2010

Unused pictures for The Confidant.

 

A Very Special Roseanne

05/29/2010

Do you remember this episode? I must have missed it the first time around.

 

News on the Nines

02/13/2009

Lucas dressed in his Fairfax High Cheerleaders’ outfit

 

French Dupé

08/30/2008

Kelley Sue’s makeover

 

Morph

05/12/2008

I do one now and then. This one was to try and do it nice and slow.

 

Shisutaabooi

02/24/2008

Unused pictures for Shisutaabooi.

 

The Confidant

02/24/2008

Unused pictures for The Confidant.

 

Archie's Weirdest Mystery

02/24/2008

How the pages for “Archie’s Weirdest Mystery” were made.





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