Friday, 20 May 2016

Royal Vape labels

If you smoke electronic cigarettes (and live in Saudi Arabia), you can now buy vape liquids with labels illustrated by me:

Monday, 4 April 2016

Pencilling page 50 of Let Go

I'm halfway through pencilling Let Go (here is a snippet from page 50), an upcoming graphic novel about life changes in a near future, written by Jon Perry and Ted Kupper. You can find more here:

Some other pages!

Sunday, 4 October 2015

Let Go Kickstarter successful!

Let Go, a futuristic graphic novel I'm drawing for writers Jon Perry and Ted Kupper (of the Review the Future podcast) was successfully funded on Kickstarter (YAY!) Thank you to all who contributed. Jon, Ted and I will make our best to deliver you the best product possible.

You can read the first 16 pages of Let Go here.

Saturday, 22 August 2015

Death Saves is on

Death Saves: Fallen Heroes of the Kitchen Table, a fantasy anthology for which I drew and colored the short story Roll of the Die (written by Mike Sebastian) is now available on

I read Death Saves from cover to cover instead of eating dinner, if that gives you an idea of how much I enjoyed it. Right around the part where the hate song to the gelatinous cube gave way to the story of the misadventures of a warforged hero, I knew I wasn’t going to put it down anytime soon. (The Addison Recorder

Native Lands #1 is available digitally!

Native Lands - Issue #1: First Step is available now on Gumroad and Comicsy.

Found to have gained unique abilities alongside their survival, a minority of people known as the "gifted" are forced to rebuild their lives on a strange new world.

Story by James Cavanagh
Colours by Michael Woods
Lettered by Weston Design Studio

Reviews on:

Graphic Policy

Cavanagh’s storytelling is at top form within this story, as the premise and character development is well planned, and one can tell, it is a big overreaching arc, that only if you follow, you will eventually be let in. Latella’s illustrations, feel so intimate in not only setting and but also in character.

Pulp Cultured

Native Lands starts off strong mainly because how much information is omitted from the readers in the first issue. There’s so many questions to be answered and it makes for wild speculation and a great read that you won’t be able to put down. James Cavanagh has shown that in just one issue spanning just thirty pages that there is a ton to learn about each character in Native Lands keeping things on edge and in anticipation as to where this book is headed. The art so far, has been detailed, refined, and much more put together than some indie titles can own up to which will draw you right into the dark colors and bold inks utilized by Cecilia Latella and Michael Woods respectively.

 Comic Crusaders

There is enough to whet the appetite and I am sure that those curious about the fate of the gifted will follow the series.

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