Saturday, July 17, 2010

DeadCowboy scribble

Tried scribble some stuff for Covered. Couldn't quite get the fear in his eyes and it's all a bit too stiff. But I think I'll go for some science super gorilla instead.

I'm keeping the comic title for later though. Dead Cowboy comics. I like it.

From The Dusty Files: MEGA BLOWOUT

A wholebunch of cards and scribble over the past few years mostly to or for my other half. though very little of is of a traditionally romantic flavour.

Sunday, July 11, 2010


And so here it is. One day to go and all the pretty versions of player I did for work, are now zombified into completeness. Or something. Best thing of the tournament for me:)

Thursday, July 8, 2010

V2 Sneijder

Its more World cup art. This time, unlikely (in my book) finalist Wesley Sneijder.The baldy hobbit faced wunderkind of Holland/Netherlands. I begrudgingly admire Holland. The are made up of misfits and misfirers.Well, here's to a unique final. All I will say is 'Go on, Torres. Stun the world with that El Nino skill'

As an addition, I finally used some things (eg, not making all shadow black) I picked up from Adam Hughes excellent book, Cover Run.
Highly recommended. Get it here

Wednesday, July 7, 2010

KLOSE (to the edit)

Yep, another World Cup artwork. This time of the man I'm hoping not only gets a Winners medal but also breaks the record for most goals scored in the World Cup.
They play Spain tonight, and despite my love for Torres, Villa and Sexual Ramos, Germany just deserve the title this time. Their football has been truly world class all the way through.

and here's the black and white version

EDIT: To say BUGGER. Genuinely gutted Germany didn't get through. And now Klose's chance to break records is semi-gone

Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Bookmarks on the 5th

Drew some bookmarks for my girlfriend last night.
The Ubiquitous Jimmy, a mountain gorilla from the DVD I was watching earlier in the day (albeit with an Inception suit and gun, and then Leo DiCaprio himself. He's joined by Bender because old Futurama was on the TV

Scribble on the TV feat Angelina Jolie

Sat in front of the telly, a pack of postcards, 4b pencil and a marker.

Hackers, still a great teen movie, a great intro to the sheer hotness of Angelina Jolie.
The computer effects do date it terribly. More than the 3.5" floppy discs and dial up modems. But hey, Angelina Jolie...

Bad Day at Black Rock. Not seen it for years, and for the first time in widescreen. It is something spectacular. Really. Its a short film but so perfectly realised. A solid start, middle and finish. A powerful mix of Noir, western, what would now be called Lynchian take on small town values, exploitation and of course, the first western hero to use martial arts in a film.
Very, very cool and highly recommended

and finally, a cross between Mickey Mouse and Batman for no reason.