Saturday, November 24, 2007

Buffy Cards on EBAY

Quick post today before I go to work. I have my set of 'Buffy' sketch cards available for auction on ebay. If you like them, please bid on them. That is all. Hope everyone had a good holiday.

- Randy

Friday, November 16, 2007

LOTR Masterpieces II

So, it's official. I'm going to be contributing sketch cards to the upcoming LOTR card set Masterpieces II from Topps. I'm really excited, as this is my first venture into the sketch card biz. It will be a lot of work, but it will definitely be worth it. Also, I'm still doing private commissions, so get one while you can because I'll be very busy in the coming months.

Cheers - Randy

Friday, November 9, 2007


I've been very productive if not damn prolific with my art lately. I'm pretty happy with the way things are turning out, and I've actually got a bunch of jobs lined up. Well, enough patting myself on the back for one night. On to business. Because some of these jobs haven't started yet I need to make some money elsewhere. I have a Princess Leia (in slave gear of course) on ebay. Please take a look, and bid, bid, bid.

OK, now that I'm done pimping my shit I want to mention that I've been watching the British show 'Spaced' on DVD. I highly recommend it, really funny stuff from Simon Pegg and Edgar Wright (Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz). I've heard that McG is doing an American version. I don't think it will be as good, but I'm sure it will be a hit.

Tuesday, November 6, 2007


I am going to be working on a bunch of sketch cards for a variety of companies. In celebration of this new direction for my work I am also doing privately commissioned sketch cards for anyone interested. My rates are $25 for b/w, and $40 for full color. These prices include shipping ($10 extra for international orders). All sketch cards are done on 110 lb. card stock, traditional trading card size 2.5"x3.5". Paypal preferred. Contact me for details.

Thanks - Randy

Monday, November 5, 2007


I've recently started watching the new Doctor Who series, and I must say I've really enjoyed the first season. Christopher Eccleston is a great actor. It's too bad he only did one season, but I look forward to watching season two nonetheless. Here is a quick illustration of the Doctor and his companion Rose.

Saturday, November 3, 2007


I finally got around to watching Transformers, and I have to say I was pleasantly surprised. Michael Bay didn't completely screw the pooch on this one, and the results were actually entertaining. I am by no means a T-formers purist, so maybe the fact that I went in with no expectations helped. Maybe I need to do that with more films these days because I seem to be left disappointed more often than not.

On to more important stuff. I have some cool projects on the horizon including a gang of sketch cards for a few different companies, and I am also revamping my character 'Komodo' for a series of illustrations. I am shooting some reference photography with a new model, and I am very excited. I will post the results in the coming months. I have some time for commissions in between projects, so please feel free to email me for details.

Regards - Randy

Here's a hint at one of the things I'm working on.