Friday, December 30, 2011

Dracula: Crime Fighter?

Found this floating around on my desk at work. Totally forgot about it. its from the inside back cover of the first issue of Dell's Dracula comic. Its about a scientist who becomes a dracula and decides to fight crime or something. The pledge makes me laugh almost as much as the costume. Just keep in mind he's a scientist.

Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Space Mummy Vampire Squid thing

A quick study of what I was planning on drawing for this round of C.L.O.C. vs. The Mighty Men and Monster Maker. So far all the art that's been produced for this thing has been fantastic, but considering who's involved I would have been surprised to see crummy art. Below is the Final version of what I drew. looks like I changed my mind about the nose.

Monday, December 19, 2011

Wrasslin' drawings.

Watching Raw tonite just felt like drawing a couple of my favorite wrestlers. Sometimes wrestlers are just fun to draw.
Zack Ryder
Wade Barrett

Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Monday, December 5, 2011

Championship League of Champions Vs. Mighty Men and Monster Maker: Round 1

Check out the CLOC BLOG to witness the weird world of a bunch of artists re-interpreting things created using Parker Brothers / TOMY toy The Mighty Men and Monster Maker. Up there is my entry for this weeks Monster, I don't know why he's smoking but it looked funny to me so he is. Below is the original MM&MM design.

Saturday, December 3, 2011

Weird coincidence?

On the Website for video game Gotham City Impostors

Drawing I did in 2006 about other job's Bruce Wayne could have had.
Not saying anyone ripped me off, I'm not famous enough for that to be the case, just a weird coincidence.

Friday, December 2, 2011


Did a big graphic on Roller Derby for the National Post. With a little help from my pals Mike Faille and Jonathon Rivait. Pointed in the right direction to find info by Graves of the Undead Bettys.
you can look at said graphic Here!

That is all.

Did this a while ago. its an expanded version of something I did for The National Post. There was no color in the paper version just Mr. H in black and white, no hobo symbols except the ones in his cravat and on his glasses
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