I will admit I had grander plans for this piece but when I sat down to do it I felt simple was best and I wanted Neo to have a cookie. The greens got away from me as well, I’m using a different set of paints than I usually do so they are a little […]
I had to clean this one up a lot in post production because I didn’t leave enough around the edges and with the white around it didn’t quite fit. I think I liked just the inked version of thise more than the colour one:
So for the last two NoGum Trading Cards for this month I had an idea to do a variant double and then I got obsessed with replicating an image with two states. No cult film does that better than John Carpenter’s They Live. I did both drawings separately and I will sit down and paint […]
I’m not sure it’s possible for me to hear the song Surfin’ USA and not think of the van surfing scene in Teen Wolf. Incredibly dangerous and obviously only recommend if you are indeed a teenage werewolf or Styles (you’re not Styles so calm down and stay inside the moving vehicle). A worthy addition to […]
Inspired by the amazing description of Star Trek V The Final Frontier: Kirk meets God and is unimpressed Australian TV Guide I started playing around with One Sentence Synopsis over on Twitter for the Star Trek films and then after asking what I should do next the overwhelming response was the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Far […]
Drawing Disney characters is a challenge because I think part of makes them Disney is the style in which they’re done. That said I enjoyed stepping into their world for a brief appearance LOL.
The standout hero of a recent Batman piece I did was a little Rocket Penguin who sneaked into the picture. So I had to draw a couple of standalone penguins… I always intended to pop these on t-shirts and stickers but originally I was going to digital colour them but sometimes I like the effect […]
This was just a fun little scribble that I’m convinced I’ve done before but can’t for the life of me find anywhere. I really wanted to just play around with the structure of it all and present the scene flat on the space. My Bill Murray needs more work.
I’m not sure if I’ve ever been quite so proud of two likenesses before but I’m really pleased with my Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing. This is kind of a scene from the classic horror film Horror Express that I highly recommend seeking out for some campy 70s horror. The eyes on the evil character […]
I really enjoyed Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, which is probably a bit of an understatement as I consider it one of the best comic book films to be released. The artwork was stunning, the story a delight and the premise a LOT of fun. I’m always excited to see (or hear) Nic Cage in a […]