for this week’sNews at 10:24 pm on 21/10/13
This week’s SketchLottery topic is Krang.
Had fun drawing this one!
This weeks topic over on Illustration Friday is Moustache and with it being October, the scare month i guess, i drew a picture of Vincent Price with his iconic pencil moustache (from the movie Edward Scissorhands).
News at 5:47 pm on 13/10/13
Neil Gaiman’s latest book is a tremendously fun, silly little gem of a read.
After learning of it’s release, I jumped on to Amazon and ordered myself the US version (with Skottie Young’s delicious drawings) and sat by the letterbox awaiting it’s arrival. When it did arrive finally after it’s trip across the pond, I ripped open the box and poured over the book’s jacket for about 10 minutes.
That night, I read Fortunately, the Milk to my wife in bed. How we laughed.
I took it to work with me the next day and told everyone about this wonderful new book.
Then I sharpened my pencil, scratched my head, and began drawing my own version of Professor Steg (a time-travelling dinosaur) and the main character in the story, a father who goes out for milk.
Here it is!
I won’t give away any more about the story, but I implore you to click this link and get a copy. You will not be disappointed.News at 10:14 pm on 11/10/13
It’s official, I am now a part of a great new project.
Masters Of Anatomy is a new book (now backable on Kickstarter!) featuring over 100 talented artists from all over the world in al kinds of fields of expertise. From comic artists to illustrators and all kinds of artists in between. The book will feature each artists interpretation of Andrew Loomis’ classic drawings of the “Ideal Proportions” for both Male and Female.
There are some truly incredible artists involved in this project, many i admire and all of which i look forward to featuring alongside.
Click the image below to go to the Masters of Anatomy website for more information and to see all the artists involved.