Once again, I haven't posted anything in weeks.  I've been so busy with a continuing comic book project (and other things) that posting has become a minor priority.  My apologies to anyone who's been left hanging.
Nevertheless--here is my latest illustration for "The Towers of Metropolis Volume 2" soon to be released by Airship 27 Productions.  ("Soon" being defined as once I get the final group of illustrations finished and they can put it on the schedule.  Which may still be a few months.)

Having to put these illustrations into holes in my schedule has not diminished the excitement that accompanies the completion of each.  Everyone involved is very excited, and the final book should be a real treasure.  

Once again, these new pulp style stories are based on the seminal 1927 silent film "Metropolis", directed by Fritz Lang.  You owe it to yourself to see this film, and recognize just how much it affected the depiction of Science Fiction subjects in the decades to come.  

Then, when the book is released, you should get a copy--because the illustrations are only the tip of the iceberg with this project.  The stories are all exciting and thought-provoking.  This is, by far, the best strictly illustration project I have been involved with in my 40 year career.  You're going to want a copy of this book.