Saturday, January 30, 2010

I'd rather have one pound of atmosphereum than a ton of unobtanium.

This is the mutant from film sci-fi classic, The Lost Skeleton of Cadavra.

Below, is the skeleton holding a meteor containing the rare element atmosphereum and Animala.

Sunday, January 10, 2010

Drawing, Yelling and Watching a ton of Movies and T.V.

So, I have this baby now and I've been awake for the better part of a month eating junk and watching trash to pass the time. I watched the 1975 sleeper hit, The Land that Time Forgot, which was much better when I was six years old. I also watched The Fantastic Voyage to the Center of the Earth, which was no good either. The movie seemed to be made by the same British production team and was also based on a novel by Edgar Rice Burroughs. There was an unintentionally funny running line about the sheep herder hired to lead the (un)fantastic voyage being paid in sheep. I also watched Texas Chainsaw Massacre Two--a slasher movie without a body count. Not even its cool sets and Dennis Hopper could make it decent. Ice Pirates kicked TCM II's ass.

The biggest happy suprise I had was a five part British mini series called Day of the Triffids. Not to be confused with 1962 movie of the Triffids which is not nearly as good. Day of the Triffids crushes most zombie movies into the dust.

I should have drawn a man eating plant that would have been useful because the Triffids are man eating plants from outer space. Just watch the movie and stop making that stuck up,"what an idiot" look. Killer plants are no joke and they teach use about the dangers of socialism.

It's been a long while, but I finally got back to marking up the sketch book. After my spiral into fat daddy land it feels good to be back into a sort of routine. I started off with some of the funny animals. They're fun and easy to draw. At this point with all I have to do in a day, it's got to be fun, easy, or nothing at all.

I've also been fooling around with some wacky word bubbles.

My bands demo is done please check it out. Loud, Dark, Heavy, Ugly.

So sorry it's a myspace link, ugh!

This kid heard it...

Check out this Blog. The person that does this has said some nice things about my work.