Friday, July 18, 2008

Selections from the Necronominotebook, Vol. I

This lovely lady is one of my favorites, and I need to find time (after I finish the chain-smoking cyclopean grizzly bear I'm working on) to make her complete. On the bottom of the page I've included a couple molluscan shellfish that could result in death if improperly prepared and consumed.

The one on top is my first take on the creature. The bottom one is Robin's suggestion on which route I should take with it. I think her's is better.

Inks Done.

Tuesday, July 1, 2008

"The Greatest Herbivore Upset of the Late Cretaceous" Souvenir Mug

I'm doing this one as the new liner for Robin's clear plastic insulated coffee mug. When she sees this image, posted and incomplete, she's apt to call and berate me for not having it finished. So I assure you all; a completed, colored version of this will be posted quite soon. My well being depends on it.

Craw? Cray?

I did this ol' shell-daddy for work, and my roommate Matt did the colors on it. To check out some of his stuff, go to

"You're one ugly motherscratcher."

Another Drink N' Draw night, when the subject was simply "Prom Photos", I did this one of a Predator going stag to his high school formal. Given time to color, his tux would've been burgundy, the same color of the spilled lifeblood of every cheerleader who turned him down for a date. Also, his prom theme was "Secluded Paradise".

Ghouls! Ghouls! Ghouls!

This zombie picture was a Drink 'N Draw assignment, titled "Better Ways The Crocodile Hunter Could Have Died". Naturally, I decided that having him ripped limb-from-limp by a horde of flesh-eating mongoloids was about as inconceivable as the actual way he died. There's still plenty of work to be done here.

This was done last year for a friend in need of an undead majorette Halloween costume.

Lust At First Taste

This guy was finished late last year. As a poverty stricken young adult, I had no funds for Christmas presents. So I gave the original to my mommy.
11" x 15" pen & ink, acrylic