like the fact that the young lady is heading into danger with just her fists to deal justice. What the heck is a Nerf pistol gonna do, little guy?!
The first two pages of a planned five page adaption of "The Generals" by Shel SIlverstein. Playing around with style & approach.
I love Shel Silverstein. I want to be Shel Silverstein.
And there you are.
My love for Dahl knows no bounds. Mike Teavee.
Conceptual art for an idea that's brewing...
The diabolical Count Olaf, from Lemony Snicket's wonderful "A Series of Unfortunate Events" novels. Graphic novel adaption anyone?
From the memoirs.
I love drawing big mustaches. And even bigger hats.
For "An Imaginary Life" picture book.
The artist Simon Bisley informed a love for big, absurd, over-the-top warriors. He infused those characters with tongue firmly in cheek, which a lot of the folks who copied his style completely missed. Man, I love Simon Bisley.
From my comic story, "Little Bastids".
I like that anchor wrapped in the monster's teeth. Funny little moments that come from out of nowhere that make me happy.
From my book, in progress.
I love being silly and absurd when I can, which I guess could be all the time if I felt like it. I grew up watching Python reruns and fell in love with Terry Gilliam's brilliantly twisted animation. I am nowhere near that brave or talented, but the influence of Gilliam's silliness runs through my body.
Absurd. Goofy. Like me.
Just might be my most favorite of "children". I could draw this fella all day. From my comic in the making, "Little Bastids".
A brush study of Napoleon from "Animal Farm". It's no Ralph Steadman, but it'll do.
From my memoirs. Years before the great ugly beast known as Middle Age swallowed me whole, I fought different forms of beasts in my youth...