So as I was finishing this ink wash drawing I had a revelation- It’s not often in life that we achieve our dream goals. Sometimes we get pretty close. I draw for a living which is pretty sweet but when I was 15 I thought I’d be living the high life drawing only monsters and comics. My tastes have changed since I was 15- I like superheroes and really like monsters but I’ve got other things that I that I like draw more.. ok, maybe not more than monsters. To the point- I don’t think this is my best drawing, but I guarantee you, if you showed this to my 15 year old self he would clearly say I have satisfied all of my arty aspirations and can now glide on my skills. Which is pretty sweet to think about.
Okay, maybe not but these two would make such a cute couple when they’re not trying to destroy each other and cause massive amounts of collateral damage. MoCCA festival is coming up and I’m so excited to debut this zine!
You know there is always room for more monster. Another image from my MONSTER VS GIANT ROBOT zine that I’ll debut at MoCCA this year.
Posted the inks of this image a couple of post ago- here are the colors. Pretty creepy all around. ENJOY!
Getting ready to make some new silkscreen prints! Starting with this weirdo. This is the base lineart. I’ll be working on the separations later this week. This one might make it’s way onto a tote bag.
Side note. IT IS CRAZY COLD IN PROVIDENCE. I don’t mind the cold but I’m not built for below zero.
All giant monsters start somewhere, usually in a radiated nuclear test site… except this poor guy. He was conceived, grown, and made very cranky in a lab. Another page from my monster vs. giant robot zine.
One monster containment unit.
I’m about to start post production on my Giant Monster VS Giant Robot zine. I’m really excited about this. I have some really cool idea’s for this zine that I haven’t done before- playing with transparencies and fold out posters. Stay TUNED.
I’m almost done with the robot part of my new ROBOT VS MONSTER art zine! Here we have the detail blueprint plans for the cockpit of the USMC Chopshop Assault Mech. Stay tuned for more to come!
Happy New Year! Celebrate it with thisbad-ass Mermaid out of my sketchbook! She wields a victorian era whaling harpoon and a shark tooth club. She’s accompanied by her besty Moray Eel Murray! This is no little mermaid! cheers!
Have a Santa-Bot 3000! Good? Bad? He knows. Whatever you do or do not celebrate! Happy Holidays!