Friday, June 20, 2014

Been collaborating with IP on some short comics for the RedEye, and now that a backlog is accruing, here's a look at the process:

 Ink wash hijinks!

I've had some issues with my inks running with wash experiments, so I went back to colors first for this series. It's been fantastic to have an outlet for this kind of work, I'm excited to see where it goes, maybe it will lead to more time to pain in general.

See the finished versions here and here, and my pal Eric's comic here.


Thursday, May 8, 2014

Got around to scanning some things recently,


Friday, April 18, 2014


Ruminations and ends of progressions, and even a Brandon Graham-inspired colored sketch book page full of Pratt studies.


Friday, February 14, 2014


A long-awaited project which has been a beautiful collaboration, so close to being fully realized. Since I finished the first half over a year ago, it was interesting to go back and study those pages while completing the latter half.

-Kaiju out

Sunday, February 9, 2014


Tumultuous times been these recent days, so in between projects is a peek at my process over the last few months.

I finished a bunch of microns that were nearing their last days of this sketch.

Hope to scan soon, more process to come.


Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Get Excited!

Quick and dirty promos for Cap. More to come as we get further into production. Lee's words:

"The book, Captain Weird, is drawn and inked by my badass artist buddy, Jaime Hibdon. We hope it will be out by mid-2014. The story, which is set in Columbia, MO, follows a heavy metal superhero, the eponymous Weird, who was buried alive in the early 1990s only to awaken in the present in a world full of yoga studios, designer soap shops, and poseur bourbon aficionados. Poor fellow doesn't know what to do with himself! So, he sets to smashing _everything_. Come follow the adventures of Cap as he encounters Pitchfork-loving hipsters, downward dog-loving yuppies, Bible-thumping Evangelical Christians, and a lot of other people who don't make sense. Watch the man tangle with mystically-animated tofu cubes and zombie Acai berries; swill beers with the Tea Party-backed Kansas City superhero, the Plainsman; and hang out with a group of mutant animals who Cap once believed were a drug-fueled hallucination but who prove to be really, really REAL. Get excited!!!"

Face forward,


Saturday, December 14, 2013

More wash dump

The experiments continue, just have to keep abreast of them. No pun intended, but this last one was so close. Just got a little sloppy in just the wrong places. Still, I remember why I used to do so much wash.

More to come,