Thursday, July 17, 2014

Johnny Winter R.I.P.



Sad news about Johnny Winter's passing. Not sure how this will affect the already purchased tickets to see him and Edgar and the Vanilla Fudge next month. Celebrating the joy that was Johnny with Mean Town Blues from Woodstock 1969.

Monday, July 14, 2014

Maude Redux


It is always a joy to draw the wonderful Maude. This is from my latest session with her. Black and white charcoal pencil on gray Strathmore paper.

Saturday, July 12, 2014

Bloodbath Rising


This is another acrylic painting of Bloodbath, reimagining a scene from Mayhem #1. Bloodbath was Lester Connors, the "payload" for the first human teleportation experiment. During the experiment an earthquake sends Lester not only through space but through dimensions to the planet Marba, where magic still exists and people still settle their arguments with the sharp end of a sword.

Friday, July 11, 2014

Bloodbath



In the 1970s I did a couple issues of a comic book called Mayhem. My contribution besides a few full page illustrations was a strip called Bloodbath. Bloodbath was Lester Connors, the "payload" for the first human teleportation experiment. During the experiment an earthquake sends Lester not only through space but through dimensions to the planet Marba, where magic still exists and people still settle their arguments with the sharp end of a sword.

Lately I have been toying with acrylics and decided to do this representation of Bloodbath on both worlds. It is not 100% complete, but close enough.

Tuesday, July 08, 2014

Lovely Lisa


I have had the pleasure of drawing the lovely Lisa Davis off and on for almost 15 years now. This was the latest time, this past Sunday. She is one model I never tire of.

Saturday, July 05, 2014

The Rockets' Red Glare



Pretty cool and what an advertisement for the Phantom 2 personal drone. I didn't know they existed but now I want one.

Thursday, June 26, 2014

Jennifer Juniper

 
Jennifer, done last week. This is a 25-minute pose done with black and white charcoal pencils on a gray Strathmore paper.