Many moons ago (nearly 7 years ago to be precise) I embarked on a journy to research & draw as many Batman villains, from comics, TV, movies, games and anywhere else, as I could. I reached 224 including both rare and well known villains.
I am fortunate enough to have a couple of full page illustration in this month's (August) Storytime Magazine, based in the UK. It's a really well produced magazine full of great stories for kids and fantastic illustrations from artists all over the world.
Does anyone remember the cool 90's point and click PC game The Neverhood? It was made entirely out of clay, and had a bunch of cool characters and environments. I really loved that game and it was a huge inspiration to me at the time.
I started thinking about it again the other day, so decided to do a quick illo of the main character Klaymen.
I believe it's the right time to show a picture of a snobby pig chef...
Hey all, Just thought i'd share an illustration of a scarecrow I call Jack. This is just an exploratory play for a picture book idea I have...
I've been meaning to do a process blog for years. Finally, I remembered to document my latest illustration as I was working on it in Photoshop, so here it is...
Here's a monster truck, driven by a monster trucker!
I found an old sketch of a caveman and his rock band the other day. So for fun I decided to actually finish it off- here's the result...
So Planet-Pulp's theme for July is Looney Tunes. I loooove me some Looney Tunes!!
One of my favourite LT shorts is "One Froggy Evening" starring the lesser known Michigan J Frog.. Here's my drawing of the singing, dancing frog for my entry this month.
Just wanted to highlight the new fan art series i'm doing. I loved Hanna Barbera cartoons growing up, and even though the best (60's) were well before my time (80's), I was fortunate to still be watching reruns on New Zealand TV.
Check out the series as it grows on the project page here... Hanna Barbera Fan Art
Or keep track of updates on facebook here... www.facebook.com/wanderingbertart