Saturday, July 31, 2010

Bunch o' slack jawed artists round here...

Draw like this and it'll make you a sexual tyrannosaurus just like Rich Flood and me!

Friday, July 30, 2010

Wednesday, July 28, 2010

DEATH RACE 2050: Greenlight

Ric! just sent me this picture. Apparently while digging around he came across this embarrassingly bad comicbook Justin and I did back in college. But I want to point out that this is just one more instance where my ideas have been hijacked by hollywood ass hats. This was done several years before the Paul WS Anderson remake. So to clarify this is a picture of Ric holding up a copy of Deathrace 2050. I was however very proud of the concept for the cover. I didn't have money to print it in color so I bought a bunch of red and green vellum and ran it through a laser printer. So the cover had Frankenstein's face on it but you could see through it to a crushed skull below. I'll recycle this idea later in life I'm sure.

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Team Edward

I'm on Team Edward.

Monday, July 26, 2010

lunch time transformers

chicken fingers + note pad + lunch time = optimus prime

epic weekend in ST.PAUL

So while all kinds of people flocked to SDCC, I stayed at home in st.paul and celebrated my second wedding anniversary with my lovely wife. We did all kinds of stuff like went to a stuffy upscale snooty restaurant, went horseback riding (this was pretty epic and gave me reinvigorated hopes to being a cowboy when I grow up), had a picnic, worked on our garden, got some sunburn (jamie, not me), caught a flick, and exchanged gifts. Jamie really kicked my ass on the gift giving. I gave her this crappy thing and she got me two antique maps of our neighborhood dating back to 1884, and 1938. I've been wanting one for a long time and now that I have two of them I can't stop studying them. The changes to the neighborhood over the years have been fascinating. Thanks Jamie, you are certainly the most kickass wife ever.

Monday, July 19, 2010

wyatt earp design

mad dog disease

doggy doodle.

fragile gundam

Back when I was in highschool I took some stained glass classes. They were some of the best classes I had in school. However I made embarrassingly bad things. Like this, I was clearly very into Gundam X at the time.

Thursday, July 15, 2010

Monday, July 12, 2010

Space Ranching

So a discussion with my friend Jon White led to this picture. I'm sure he could do our conversation much more justice than I can.

Thursday, July 8, 2010

Unicron again

More notes during a work meeting. Plus I apparently am on a Unicron kick.

Wednesday, July 7, 2010


I know its been a while but I'm still working on this. Shit has been pretty busy at work. And at home I'm working on the house or working on wyatt earp.


So Francesco Francavilla
is doing a giant robot week. As part of this he is taking suggestions from people. And there are lots and lots of good ones. I suggested Unicron (being the giantest robot I can think of.) But amongst the stiff competition I'm not sure if he'll make the cut so I decided I better draw him just a case. Here is the start of such a drawing.

Friday, July 2, 2010

Thursday, July 1, 2010

Dog the bounty hunter Hex

Considering the flash in the pan this flick was this drawing was much more topical two weeks ago when I drew it.

Broken scanner catchup

Sorry, I know "the scanner is down" is a common claim by artists who get behind or whatever, but in this case my problem was a bit more complicated. See I have a canoscan lide X scanner and while it is old it is in good physical shape but the geniuses at cannon have decided not to offer software support for it and the latest drivers they have released do not support a newer OS than something like 10.1. So I have to run it off a very old machine. In my case this machine was down so no scanny scanny. Here is some ketch-up. In the meantime I've gotten done some AWE2999 which is cool if you;re into that sort of thing. The last picture here is a preview panel from a page I recently finished. I hope it doesn't spoil anything.