Sorry for the crappy pic and no weekend updates, but I’ve been trying to wrap up a project with a friend for Japan Expo for this weekend. Here’s another little peek at it. It’s part of a booklet of monsters from the Legend of Zelda. We’ve put in almost 50 monsters and variants and we are trying to write it like an ancient scientific journal.
If all goes well we are gonna print out a run of a 100 copies and sell them at the con. If you’re there you should swing by Sharkrobot and pick up a copy.
A little label I made for a bag of green tea I gave to henry-henry-hippos as a gift.
The mummy curses are there because it uses mummy bandages as an integral ingredient for the brew.
Early coloring of some more banditos of the goblin persuasion.
More coloring practice with some characters from Typewriter.
A little peeky poo into a little project a friend and I are working on.
Some sketches of Detective Punitive Scramble.
Chain smoking in Beetle’s Bauble isn’t so much as a health hazard for one when you can inhale a filth worm to clean out your lungs of gunk. You throw them up and then it’s back to double fisting Murringtons and downing bottles of scotch as you pour over papers and photos and glyphs for a case.
Did some color practice. Gotta keep at it, but I think I’m still trying to figure out what I want on how I draw.
Eventually I’m just gonna break down and like take a class.
This was a character for a very short lived table top I played with my friends that involved all the super villains on earth attempting to overthrow an alien occupied earth.
He was cool guy that killed people using his bandages that turned into giant centipedes.
Drawing women is usually an uphill battle for me. I feel like everytime I get the hang of something, I do a double take and go, “Godammit.”
But I feel like it’s good to keep drawings around where you’re not exactly at your best because then you have a self study to see where you are good and where you could be better.
Also high heel tac armor. Because space combat isn’t space combat if you’re not fabulous.
These were commissions for my friend’s capstone art project back at CSU Monterey Bay. His art capstone involved splicing clockwork, tubing, and small electrical into real insect bodies to make it look like a formed of urban evolution after a nuclear incident.
It was kinda a rush job, but over all I was pretty happy with the outcome.
If you guys couldn’t tell, I really love insects.