I’ve been doing illustration work since 2014, focusing on my own creations, interiors, and covers.

I do all my line work the old school way: pencil and black ink. Coloring is a mishmash of coloring pencils, crayons, and Photoshop.

I’ve sorted my work into the categories below. Feel free to contact me with any questions regarding my illustration work. Thanks!

Book Covers

These book covers are from my fiction and comic book work. Just click on the image for a larger version.

The Hit cover
Miller's Farm cover
The Hit short story cover
Miller’s Form short story cover

Before Dawn horror graphic novel cover
Before Dawn digital graphic novel cover

Interior Pages

Here you will find interior pages, spot illustrations, and preliminary work done for my books.

Final title page of Miller's Farm
before dawn issue 1 cover inks
This is the title page from Miller’s Farm
At one point, I was considering releasing Before Dawn as a mini-series. This was going to be the first issue’s cover.

Miscellanous Work

These are just random illustrations I’ve done. Again, all are done in pencil, ink, and whatever else I have in the studio.

sea monster illustration by wesley craig green
susperia illustration by wesley craig green
Looking back on this piece, I’m pretty sure I got the monster design from one of my old John Buscema-illustrated Conan comics.
I did this piece during Halloween 2016. It’s one of the more memorable scenes from the classic Dario Argento film, Susperia, which I highly recommend getting if you’re an kind of horror fan. Try to find the multi-disc Anchor Bay edition if you can.

stakeland illustration by wesley craig green
sauna illustration by wesley craig green
Another illustration done around Halloween 2016. This one is based on the second-best vampire movie ever made, Stakeland. The original Salem’s Lot mini-series is still the best vampire movie, in my opinion. Both deserve to be seen!
This is the last of the Halloween 2016 illustrations. This one is from a horror film called Sauna. I don’t recall where it was made (Sweden? Finland, maybe?) but it’s one of those slow-burn horror movies which will stick with you. Again, it’s worth tracking down. I’m pretty sure you can get it on Amazon for under $10.