If anyone's interested, I finally have an Instagram account. I'll be posting more or less the same stuff that I have here on DeviantArt, although with more emphasis on my working methods -- step-by-step, behind-the-scenes, that kind of thing.
So, if you'd like to look at artwork you've probably already seen here, only cropped and on a much smaller screen that doesn't show nearly as much detail, follow me here:
... two young guys named Mark Young and Tim Levins met while working at the public library in the early ’90s and discovered a common interest in comics, not to mention ST:TNG. They struck up a friendship and began working on a comic strip together in the hopes of having it syndicated. Mark wrote and Tim drew, and while they were waiting for super-stardom in the world of newspapers, they sold it to the local entertainment weekly paper in London, Ontario, Canada, called Scene Magazine.
The strip was called Rivertown News, a loosely self-referential narrative about an artist who publishes a strip in the eponymous local entertainment weekl
TRUE PATRIOT is a comic book anthology featuring Canadian superheroes written and drawn by some of your favourite Canadian creators!
Once more unto the breach...
The first volume of TRUE PATRIOT was released this past summer and our fans immediately demanded more! So we're back for a second volume scheduled for release summer 2014. This campaign is to raise funds to cover the cost of production, printing, shipping, and fulfillment of rewards for a 104-page, full colour, limited hardcover edition of TRUE PATRIOT: Volume 2.
For those of you who've never heard of TRUE PATRIOT, please check out the PDF preview we released on Free Comic Book Day
Hey Tim, I have a question about the Scooby-Doo Encyclopedia that you worked on. Do you know what series they talked about in the book? If I had to guess from the covers and the previews on the book sites, I’d say from Scooby-Doo Where Are You! to The 13 Ghosts of Scooby-Doo. Am I right?