Monday, February 15, 2010
So here's an image of ol' Honest Abe wrecking a car. It was totally justified, as it was being driven by the Enemies of America (tm). I'm sure you can look at this and find all sorts of political subtext, but the fact of the matter is, Abe Lincoln throwing a car into a rock makes me laugh. This is of course a recreation of the iconic first appearance of Superman.
Done in marker and ink. Sadly the scan messed with some of the colors.
Character sheets for a creature design. It's a combination of a dog, a cat and a bull.
A sculpture of the creature. During the sculpting process a few changes were made to the anatomy in an attempt to make it look slightly more realistic. Most notably, the torso has been stretched, and to a lesser extent, the neck and head as well.
Most of the creature is made up of a wire frame wrapped in aluminum foil for density. Only a slight layer around the creature is made up of Super Sculpey.
3D model of the creature, done in 3D Studio Max.
Thursday, February 11, 2010
A standoff on Coney Island. Highly inspired by the cult classic film "The Warriors" and the comic series "Pirates of Coney Island". Reference was used for the famous Wonder Wheel. The two figures were drawn during a live studio session.
Done in pen and ink.
Wednesday, February 10, 2010
Monday, February 8, 2010
A storyboard I did using my friend as the model.
Done with markers and pencil.
If you look closely at the dark figure chasing him, you can see he is wearing a crown. I almost did a seventh panel which would show that he was being chased by The King. You know, the scary guy from the Burger King commercial.