San Diego Comic Con - 2014!

Hey everyone--
Just a reminder that Jeff will be at Comic Con International - San Diego this week, July 23-27th in Artist Alley, Table GG-02.
Stop by and pick up a print, drawing, sketchcard or other goodies!
Let the Comic-Con Madness commence!

Summer 2014 Conventions! Now with 100% more Jeff Carlisle!

After the success of the C2E2 convention in Chicago at the end of April, we can report that MORE Conventions are afoot for Summer 2014! First up will be the Origins Game Fair at the Greater Columbus Convention Center, June 11-15, 2014.
Also, Jeff will be in Artist Alley at the San Diego Comic Con International July 24-27, 2014.

There are a few other possible shows for the summer...
More information will be shared as it becomes available!
See you all soon!

Website Update in the Works! Has Hell finally frozen over?

Content has been trickling in slowly but surely.
New pages are in the works with a lot of content uploading over Memorial Day Weekend. Crack teams of developers promise that A BRAND NEW VERSION of this website is due very soon.
Keep posted!

About Jeff

Born in the town of Shelby, OH (Birthplace of the seamless tube industry in America), Jeff Carlisle grew up in the bustling metropolis of Columbus, OH. There, he attended public school without being shot or stabbed and continued his education at the prestigious Columbus College of Art and Design, to whom he swears he will pay back his tuition.

A year or so after graduating from Art School, Jeff submitted art to the Star Wars fan site TheForce.Net, which resulted in a dedicated fan art gallery there and enough courage to actually talk to his peers. In the year 2000, A chance meeting with acclaimed fantasy artist and children's book author Tony DiTerlizzi resulted in a new friendship for both and persistent nagging from DiTerlizzi to "get in the game," which led to the 2000 GenCon game fair, which led to his first industry job: programming Binary Load-Lifters, er, drawing Starships, Droids and Aliens for Star Wars Gamer magazine.

After moving for a short time to San Diego California to work on a video game, Jeff returned to Columbus -- where he lives with his wife, Lisa.

After nearly 20 years of freelance illustration and concept design, he has worked with a number of clients including: Alderac Entertainment Group (AEG), COSI Studios, Decipher, Goodman Games/Sword and Sorcery, Green Ronin Publishing, Lucasfilm Ltd., Paizo Publishing, Poop House Reilly, Presto Studios/Microsoft Game Studios, The Scarefactory, Inc., Topps and Wizards of the Coast.

Now, people actually pay him to do what he does for free on his own time, but don't tell anyone--that's a secret.