Wednesday, June 5, 2013

New Sketch Day #2


“Ray has gone bye-bye, Egon... what've you got left?”
- Peter Venkman, Ghostbusters


Stay Puft
8"x 10"
$100


Stay Puft.  An all time classic from an all time classic movie.  Ghostbusters is by far my favorite movie to date.  It was such source of childhood imagination and what probably most helped shape my nerdiness to this date.  I easily watch Ghostbusters multiple times a year, including the sequel.  To pay my respects I thought it fitting to paint Stay Puft for New Sketch Day.  


Wednesday, May 22, 2013

New Sketch Day #1


Batman from Batman: The Animated Series. On train looking heroic and epic
Batman
10" x 8" oil on board
$100


New Sketch Day came about as a way for me to do little paintings that help me explore and learn new techniques and color approaches.  I greatly look forward to this new weekly adventure of exploration and study.  I’m looking forward to seeing how this evolves over time and how it will play into my way of picture making. 

For the maiden voyage of New Sketch Day, I knew it had to be from Batman: The Animated Series.  Batman:TAS is easily my favorite animated show of all time. 

Wednesday, December 12, 2012

A Zombie At Glens Falls


A zombie attacks a solider over a water fall.
A Zombie At Glens Falls


            Once again I have to give a big shout out and thanks to the guys at FUBAR Press.  I was lucky enough to do another pin-up for their newest and soon-to-be released graphic novel FUBAR: American History Z.  This anthology of stories takes place from about the first Thanksgiving until almost current era.  I highly recommend reading all their FUBAR anthology books.  The stories and art are easily on par with any big publisher and one never feels as though you didn’t get your moneys worth. 

            I will go on record, as saying the artists in these books will have bright futures in the arts.

            Upon being told of the projects time line I instantly knew I wanted to pay homage to the illustration The Battle At Glens Falls by N.C. Wyeth.  The idea spoke to me because