I have been so swamped that I have been terrible about updating this site. I have been commissioned to do a bunch of picture books so it has put my comics on the back burner.
This was inspired by seeing the new Mad Max movie a couple years ago and then was inspired by the art book.
Car I was inspired to design by the art book
A stream of consciousness piece that got a little crazy…
Daveed Diggs as Thomas Jefferson (and Lafayette)
Lin-Manuel Miranda as Hamilton
I have been super swamped lately and have not done a lot of comics for this site. In the meantime, here is some Hamilton fan art. The show is crazy addictive.
I hope to see it when we are in NYC sometime, but I am not holding my breath.
The top piece was lightly inspired by the ink drawing in the original 70s edition of Jesus Christ Superstar but went a bit out there.
The show has a JCS/Evita vibe to it. As a recovering Andrew Lloyd Webber addict, it is irresistible.
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May 12, 2016
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I recently did these portraits of Ginny Weasley and Luna Lovegood for a Christmas gift so shhhhh.
They are such diverse characters, almost Breakfast Club-like in their differences…
I enjoyed painting both but I had a soft spot to Luna and Ravenclaw…
I love that the new show I am having with
Anthony “Tank” Mansfield and Jaimie Filer at Pop Revolution Gallery is called The-Show-That-Shall-Not-Be-Named.
This painting I did of Bellatrix Lestrange seems to fit in the show theme…
See you September 17th!
Game of Thrones starts in just a couple weeks! Here is a watercolor demo I did of Olenna Tyrell, one of my favorite characters played by the amazing Diana Rigg.
Amanda Palmer sketch by Christina Wald
Sketch of Amanda Palmer done with a bit of leftover paint. I just listened to her book
The Art of Asking. Really excellent!
A couple of the songs on the audiobook are stuck in my head. I guess I will have get some of her albums on iTunes.
It is a nice companion piece to the Neil Gaiman portrait I did a while ago.
Lots of irons in the fire right now including the first Catbat mini. Stay tuned!
Agent Carter…. I love the show so far!
Here are some recent class demos I have done for an assignment on portraits. I will also have art in a show featuring comics at the Art Academy starting Friday, January 30th. Details soon.
John Hurt in his rooster hair from Dr. Who
A while ago it was announced that there is going to be a BBC Amusement Park opening in 2020.
This is the park I want to visit… Of course rides like the
Absolutely Fabulous Blackout and the Black Adder Adventure Times would have to be in later park expansions.
Fortunately, I had help with this cartoon with my Imagineer friends who came up with way more ideas than I had time to draw. I used the most suggestions from Katie Wearne (who feels that we should start designing real amusement parks) and additional help from Nicole Justice, John Karabaic, Avys Hardison, Matt Harmon and Troy Cooksey. Additional thanks to Tiffany Jeane Vincent for a last minute suggestion to the Dr. Who ride name that made it 50% cooler!
I sketched more rides than ended up in the final map; maybe there will be an expansion map with the
Chef! Food Court…
Oh, and sorry
Top Gear… Maybe that can be in the expansion.
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