Fan Art

A Saucerful of Sketches

Christina Wald-1-13-15-agent carter demo

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

John Hurt in his rooster hair from Dr. Who

 

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The BBC Amusment Park I Would Like to Visit

Pop Smoothie BBC Amusement ParkA 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.

A Little Loki

Loki by Chrisitna WaldI have been super, super swamped lately. The good news is after I finish the book I am currently illustrations, I will be catching on comic projects. I have a couple zines and a webcomic in the works.

In the meantime, I just found out that Murder on the North Sea is a finalist in the mini-comic category of the SPACE Day Prize. How cool! Now I just need to do the next one…

Sinister Cover-Murder on the North SeaSo, until there are more comics, enjoy this little Tom Hiddlston/Loki painting…

Kim Novak and Pyewacket or Happy Halloween!

Bell Book and Candle

Getting into the spirit of Halloween in the sketchbook today and National Cat Day yesterday.

This is from my favorite movie growing up, Bell, Book and Candle.

I even had a cat named Pyewacket (I spelled it wrong though as Piewacket). She was not a Siamese but was memorable for her desire to kill all humans or at least stick her claws in them.