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I was working in the field of multimedia animation and web design for over 12 years, but in early 2005 I decided to follow my true calling, and made the move to full-time illustration work. Focusing primarily on the genres of fantasy, science fiction, and horror art, I've done art for CCGs, board games, RPGs, book covers, CD covers, prints, and more. Currently, my most ambitious (and time consuming!) project is "The Gatesville Company," a comic book series which premiered July 2005 from Speakeasy Comics.

My influences include illustrators such as N. C. Wyeth, Maxfield Parrish, Frank Frazetta, and Brom. My biggest single influence is probably Jim Steranko—as a comics artist of course, but mostly as a cover illustrator. Luckily, or maybe not, I don't seem to have ended up with a style that looks too much like any of my favorite artists. I'm trying for my own style, and I know that I'm learning something new on every single picture I complete.

You can view more of Patrick's artwork at, and he can be contacted through his email

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Bio to come.
Current Issue
25 Sep 2023

People who live in glass houses are surrounded by dirt birds
After a century, the first colony / of bluebirds flew out of my mouth.
Over and over the virulent water / beat my flame down to ash
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