Tuesday, December 8, 2009

Star Wars Strip

This is totally what would happen if Star Wars were made for todays generation--well--maybe if there was an effeminate vampire tween love story.

Thursday, December 3, 2009

Sunday, November 29, 2009

Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Monday, October 12, 2009

To love a thing

a piece based on life in the future--sex in the future to be more precise--sex in the future with cyborgs to be even more precise--lightsaber dicks? YES! My first piece done on my cintiq 12wx.

Monday, August 17, 2009

Cloud Strife Doodle

This one just didnt seem to fit with the other COMICBOOK types so I posted it by itself.

While ADVENT CHILDREN definitely improved 300 percent on the look and feel of the FF7 world I still happen to like Cloud's more classic outfit. I took some ques from crisis core ZAKK but not too many. Anyway, hope you enjoy!

Thursday, August 13, 2009

Comic doodles

Just some doodles in my moleskin.

Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Four Brothers in a Halfshell Pencils

Inspired by my childhood. I always loved the turtles however I have been noticing a trend in the turtles as of late. It seems that in every piece of art depicting them they are all badass aggressive butt kickers. Now, they might have been very serious and hardcore in the original comic by Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird but what we as fans consider canon of the TMNT is the 1980's cartoon show. In this show they had so much personality and character it was fantastic. Now the TMNT movie[1990] definately brought out the best of each character's personality. And this is where my illustration comes into play. I tried to embody the main ideas of their personalities in a single pose for each character. From back to front:

Raphael went from a wisecracking "rude dude" to an aggressive hot head with a serious attitude and a problem with authorities [and guys guys in hockey masks]. Clearly my favorite turtle.

Leonardo certaintly was always the leader but he always came off the me as the serious turtles. He took his ninjitsu very seriously and played by the rules all the time.

Donetelo was always the thinker and tinkerer. Now in the movies not so much a builder of robotic stuff but he was good with contemporary tech and definately pondered many things in his turtlage.

Michelangelo was always the big kid. He did what he had to but always really wanted just to hang out and have fun. As seen here with a Gameboy [I doubt anyone would drop a DS into the sewer].

Who could have thought I could say so much about the Ninja Turtles. Go fig!

Tuesday, July 7, 2009

Transform and get the FUCK OUT!

Oh Prime--you are amazing. This is totally how Prime would handle his female troubles.....yeah....

I have always been a fan of transformers and of Mr. Prime. I keep it no secret how much I dislike the big screen sequel Revenge of The Fallen. Its a big clusterfuck of plot holes and insane camera angles. The dialogue was so bad and it just blew my mind how some people were laughing in the theater. My friend told me that the movie was great because of the special effects but seriously this is why movies today suck ass! Essentially this means that a shitty story that doesn't make any sense with absolutely no continuity to its prequels is a great movie so long as the CG is good. WTF?! I'm sorry--but this movie was 100 miles long but only 2 feet deep. Pretty visuals shouldn't trump the story..

Lets fill every god damn scene with 40 explosions and a bogus 1 liner!

This piece is not to be taken too seriously, just having some fun!

10x15 on illustration board with photoshop overlay

Optimus and Arcee = HASBRO

Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Forge cover concept.

Tuesday, May 26, 2009

The Man Who Killed Dracula

Piece of work of the character Trevor Belmont from the Castlevania series. Evolution of this piece can be viewed here.

Monday, May 4, 2009

Saturday, March 28, 2009

A Girl and her Robot -reimagining-

I posted a -what would seem now to be- preliminary drawing of this more finished piece.

Thursday, March 26, 2009

Thursday, February 12, 2009

Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Go go Mega Wall!!

So the other day I was feeling really--REALLY bored and so I saw an empty space on my wall between the guitars and the post board....One thing led to another aaaand---dunanana! SUPAH FIGHTIN' ROBOT! MEGAMAN! .... sadly this is probably the best color matching I've ever done.. oh well!

its roughly 15.5x13 inches
Acrylic paint

Gotta love the blue bomber!

Tuesday, February 3, 2009

AstroLAD conceptual

conceptual sketch for AstroLAD!

Mega Sh!t

Mega Sh!t [12x10in]
--Pen and Ink--Markers--Charcoal--Digital--