The Dark Walrus versus Nick of Time. Classic Sperble Elite stuff.
Thursday, May 18, 2017
Sunday, May 7, 2017
A picture I drew for a recent RPG session I ran. This is the wild hunt, a mythological hunting party led by Woden, a strange branch off of the Odin myth. I remember reading some myth as a kid where Woden carried the full moon between antlers mounted off his crown. Always loved that idea and wanted to use that visual.
Thursday, May 4, 2017
A recent flyer, my first in quite a while. My girlfriend is playing this show, and had be draw this flyer in one evening. Once again, working under a time limit gives better results. You can see one line written in a different hand writing, some information I forgot to include that was added later.
Wednesday, May 3, 2017
Saturday, March 25, 2017
My latest painting. Based on an old sketch, I painted this in two days. Lately I've found that painting faster works far better. I'm more likely to actually finish the painting if done quickly, and it tends to have more motion and character to it.
Tuesday, March 21, 2017
Friday, March 10, 2017
Sunday, March 5, 2017
Haven't posted for a while, so here's some scribbles to keep the page active. First one is a drunken doodle that I actually fell in love with and painted:
This next picture is a silly joke making fun of the great plant characters Swamp Thing and Man Thing.
Finally, a preview panel from the latest issue of the Sperble Elite, The Dark Walrus returns. The art is all done and scanned, going through and getting in some digital corrections.
Friday, February 3, 2017
A little bit of fan art from one of my favorite shows. This was a gift to a friend. I have a very American art style, it was fun to try to translate some anime characters to fit my style. Spike's hair came out weird, but the spikey anime hair just makes no sense to me. Ein the Corgi came out okay. One of my better dogs, but not great.
Been enjoying doing fan art and homages lately. There will probably be more of those to come.
Thursday, January 26, 2017
Monday, January 16, 2017
Two very silly comics I did. I rarely do stuff under a page, and the caveman comic is one of my only 3 panel comics in recent memory.
As for the Pokemon one, I watched Pokemon as a child, and am one of those hated Pokemon go players. There's some very wrong with the idea of a child running around making animals fight each other that just seems to be an accepted part of the Pokemon story. And he doesn't require an education for some reason? What about like, getting a job someday?