Posted by | January 2, 2007
Hulk like striped leggings

Wow, holidays sure take a toll on the old blog action. Anyways, here's an illustration I did of The Hulk. Click on the orange "more" link to some exploration sketches,...

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Posted by | December 16, 2006
Santa Blast

This week's Drawergeeks was Santa. I figured one of Santa's reindeer is always lighting the way, so.....    (click on the image for some cool zoomage action) (more…)

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Posted by | November 30, 2006
Raggedy

This was for the latest Drawergeeks. You can click onnit for a nicer, bigger, more robust version. Honestly, I'm not sure what I was thinking here, other than perhaps trying...

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Posted by | November 12, 2006
Wuv, Twoo Wuv

This illustration is more about Fay than it is about the King. I think. Well, it's about something, I'm pretty sure of that.

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Posted by | October 19, 2006
Grim Reaping

For the latest halloween themed DrawerGeeks. (more…)

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Posted by | October 8, 2006
Poor HP…

You might not be able to tell just from looking at it, but, this illustration for the last Drawergeeks was something of a breakthrough for me. Yup. The DG assignment...

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Posted by | August 25, 2006
The True Church of Elvis

I thought I'd do a stained glass version of Elvis. Why? No, no, no. Why not? (more…)

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Posted by | August 21, 2006
Tea?

In the past I hadn't given Corel Painter's new watercolor brushes much of a chance. Since they're so much slower than the digital watercolor brushes, I never used them much....

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Posted by | August 11, 2006
What’s that thing doing here?

Here's my version of Benjamin J. Grimm (of The Fantastic Four Fame). He's my favorite, cuz he's done made with rocks. I like rocks.  Keep scrolling, cuz I gots me...

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Posted by | July 26, 2006
Iron Boy

Here's another illustration from Drawer Geeks. The assignment was Iron Man. I ended up doing an Iron Boy, cuz I thought it would be nifty. Here he is, followed by some...

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