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Hey guys just giving everyone a heads up, my art book, "Tales from Another World: The Art of Patrick Reilly will be debuting at Megacon Orlando Fl. at the Creature Entertainment booth on March 15-17.
It will be a 92 page book with selected images ive done over the past 10 years. It will include tidbits on my art process and stories behind some of the images ive created along with a foreword by Holly Frazetta. Ill be there to sign copies for those interested.
After the con the book will be available for purchase at the Creature Entertainment Studios website -

Thanks for all the support guys!

Well, a few months back it was brought to my attention the a facebook page titled "Metal for the Masses" was using my artwork without permission.
I made the announcement on Deviantart and the awesome people on Deviantart fllooded the facebook page with complaints (Thanks guys!).
Eventually the owner of the page contaced me and he eventually took down the image with the condition that I remove any accussations against his "Metal for the Masses" website and facebook page. I agreed.

Well, it looks like Metal for the Masses is at it again...Last week it was brought to my attention that they were using my artwork again.
I sent a complaint to Facebook, they removed the page, but it seems they have another page.………

From what ive heard, Metal for the Masses has a reputation of not only art theft but also reaping the benefits of other people's music.
My lifelong idol and inspiration has passed away .


"Frank Frazetta, Fantasy Illustrator, Dies at 82

Frank Frazetta
The painting “Death Dealer,” a representative work by the artist Frank Frazetta.
5:17 p.m. | Updated
Frank Frazetta, an illustrator whose vivid colors and striking brushstrokes conjured up fantastic worlds of musclebound heroes fighting with broad swords and battle axes to defend helpless women from horrible beasts, died on Monday in Fort Myers, Fla. He was 82.

The death, caused by a stroke, was  confirmed by Rob Pistella and Steve Ferzoco, his business managers. In a telephone interview, Mr. Pistella said that Mr. Frazetta, who had a history of strokes, had returned from a Mother’s Day dinner with his family on Sunday night and fell ill. Emergency medical services were called and Mr. Frazetta was rushed to the hospital, where he died.

In the 1940s and 50s, Mr. Frazetta drew for comic strips like Al Capp’s “Lil’ Abner” and comic books like “Famous Funnies,” for which he contributed a series of covers depicting the futuristic adventurer Buck Rogers. He also had his own newspaper strip that ran from 1952 to 1953, called “Johnny Comet” (later retitled “Ace McCoy”).

He drew the movie poster for “What’s New Pussycat?” in 1964, and hit his stride executing detailed illustrations of pulp heroes like Conan the Barbarian and John Carter of Mars for their comic magazines and books. His realistic renderings of otherworldly scenarios (and barely clad women) made him the ideal candidate to illustrate the album covers for popular heavy metal albums like Molly Hatchet’s “Flirtin’ With Disaster” and Nazareth’s “Expect No Mercy.”

In November, reported, Mr. Frazetta’s cover artwork for the paperback reissue of “Conan the Conqueror” by Robert E. Howard sold to an unnamed collector for $1 million."

RIP, Mr. Frazetta.
This time I was notified that the same design that was stolen before was being sold at as a t-shirt design credited to an artist by the name
of Edgil Pagaduan. It was the same design, except the person redrew it or traced it.
In a small blog, the artist claimed that he came up with the idea from the video game Bioshock (It's funny how he didn't mention my name when asked where he came up with the idea.
Anyhow the, it seems the tshirt company held a contest to see who could create a good t shirt design...Apparently Mr.Edgil Pagaduan won the contest ($100) and took full credit for the design.
The T shirt company was not aware that the design was stolen, but they were very helpful and immediately removed the design.

Here's the original desing from my gallery.…

I also want to thank all of the fellow DA members who are keeping an eye out for my work!
Thank you!

Thanks to a fellow deviantart member I was made aware of a Greek magazine that has used one of my images without permission -…

apparently they have been known for doing this in the past as well -…

While browsing through their site I noticed a few other art pieces done by artists I know (I have already contacted them)

Anyhow, im currently looking into this situation and just wanted to alert everyone  about this magazine. Keep a close eye on that site, you may be seeing your artwork on there as well.
Hey all,

Just wanted to post up that I'll be at the 2008 Comic Con. This is my first trip to comic con so Im very excited.

I recently started doing work for Radical Comics so I'll be hanging out at their booth.
Stop by and check it out if you get a chance.

Hope to see you there.

Hey all,

Today I was excited to find that I was the topic of a feature article for my local newspaper (The Miami Herald)

Here's the link to the online article -…

Check it out if you get a chance.

Hey guys, just wanted to give you Frank Frazetta fans a heads up regarding issue #28 of ImagineFX magazine. It will be a speciel tribute issue for Frank Frazetta, celebrating his 80th birthday.

The issue will include an article on Frazetta, some images of Frazetta's work, a print of one of Frazetta's pieces, and Frazetta inspired art from 80 artists. The issue will also include it's traditional array of turorials and tips from several digital artists.

Hey guys, just letting everyone know that a new chapter of "Drink & Draw" has been established in South Florida, Miami area.
Basically this is just a get together for artists to hang out , talk, and.....Drink and Draw.

The Drink & Draw takes place on the second Saturday of every month at the Sunset Tavern in South Miami, starting at 8:30 - 9:00 PM (Till whenever).

Hope to see you local guys/gals there.