While Jeremy may be most noted for his brush and ink work, he has also completed several pieces in pen and ink, using micron pens.
These pieces are from a variety of sources, including personal gifts, small commissions and daily drawings (which are occasionally available in our shop) as well as studies and warm-up pieces.
While Jeremy rarely does finished pieces in graphite, his pencil work certainly commands the viewer's attention, as it is as detailed and dynamic as his ink work.
On this page you will find images from a dropped movie project for which Jeremy was commissioned to do concept sketches, as well as a few preliminary sketches for his larger ink pieces.
Sketch for Unfinished Movie Project
At many of the comic book conventions that Jeremy attends, he offers "Convention Sketches". These small pen and ink commissions are often available at the conventions, but on occasion Jeremy will post them in the shop before the convention so that he can get a head start on them.
Each piece is a subject matter chosen by the person for which it was done, though some people commission him to draw whatever he fancies (and trust us, these can be quite fanciful!)
Be sure to watch social media for the next time he will be offering these wonderful small commissions.
Variant Sketch Covers
The first printing of the Olympia Publishing edition of the Cursed Pirate Girl trade included a very limited run of blank sketch covers.
These covers occasionally pop up at conventions where Jeremy is asked to draw commissions on them. They were also hand-stamped with a special iridescent ink for the title.
Occasionally, Jeremy will produce a piece that is destined for another medium, or is otherwise different from the rest of his works. His attention for detail translates perfectly to several different mediums.
This gallery includes some of these pieces, including a letterpress bookplate that was available at a gallery show at Century Guild in L.A. and some other pieces such as sculptural mockups that he uses for drawing references.