My god, it’s been a long time since I’ve posted! I’ve been stupid busy with all sorts of neat stuff that should be coming your way in the next couple of months. What did you say? You don’t believe me? Okay, fine. Don’t! Go ahead and skip past all these cool teaser images… Phew! So much stuff, right? Anyway… A [...]
You know how when you’re inking a drawing and your mind creates an unbreakable focus beam that practically burns through the paper with super laser heat? Yeah, me neither. When I’m inking a drawing my mind wanders more than a Trey Anastaio guitar solo (LOL!) And more often than not I daydream about projects that I will probably never have [...]
Well, well, well… Look who is catching up on their Alphabeasts. I drew this Fell Beast last night after I got done packing up the remaining orders I got over the holidays. If you are still waiting for a package from the “Holiday Freeze” It’s on it’s way! Here’s some Fell Beast info from the LOTR Wiki: “The term Fell [...]
Here are some ass kickin’ Ewoks for this weeks Alphabeasts entry. I was down to the line on this one. I didn’t even finish the shading on the trooper or his gun. Maybe I’ll get it cleaned up during lunch. Get that trooper all gritty! -B
Dzee-dzee-bon-da – a monster so ugly that even he is terrified of his own appearance. I swear I didn’t make this up.
I’m a little late posting this: This was the finale of this year’s Halloweirdos illustration explosion. I finished it up about 3 hours before I got on a plane to Atlanta, so it was a little rushed. I wish I had a little more time to play with the animation. Big ups to JChris Campbell for going to an insane [...]
Do two shitty drawings equal one good one? I sure hope so! The condition of cynocephaly, having the head of a dog — or of a jackal— is a widely attested mythical phenomenon existing in many different forms and contexts. Cynocephaly was familiar to the Ancient Greeks from representations of the Egyptian gods Hapi (the son of Horus) and Anubis [...]
This is my B entry for the Alphabeasts project. What’s a Balaur you ask? A balaur is a creature in Romanian folklore, similar to a European dragon. A bălaur is quite large, has fins, feet, and is polycephalous (it usually has three, sometimes seven, or even twelve serpent heads). Wow! I just copied and pasted that from Wikipedia! Wow!